When the computer enters the suspend mode, the following
- The LCD backlight turns off.
- The LCD power is powered-off.
- The hard disk is powered-off.
- The CPU clock is set to the lowest speed.
- The CPU is stopped.
- In the ThinkPad Features Program, the computer can be set to
Will not suspend even if LCD is closed..
- When the computer is powered with ac power and is used
with one of the following IBM PC cards, the computer will only enter
the standby mode . The PC card and application program
- 3270 Emulation Credit Card Adapter
- 5250 Emulation Credit Card Adapter
- Token-Ring 16/4 Credit Card Adapter
- Credit Card Adapter for Ethernet
The following conditions prevent the computer from entering the suspend mode.
- While the communication link is running.
- When a serial mouse or external pointing device has been selected
in the Config menu of the Easy-Setup.
Events that cause the computer to enter the suspend mode:
- Suspend mode is requested by the Fn key (Fn+F4).
- The LCD is closed.
- The keyboard is opened.
- The specified time has elapsed from the last operation with
the keyboard, mouse, hard disk drive, parallel connector,
diskette drive, or the AC Adapter is plugged in.
The time is specified by Suspend Timer in the ThinkPad Features program.
- The battery condition is low. The battery power indicator
- The PS2 OFF command is set in
the ThinkPad Features program.
Events that cause exiting or resuming of the suspend mode:
- (Resume) The LCD is opened.
- (Resume) The keyboard is closed.
- (Resume) Real time clock alarm signaled.
- (Resume) Ring indicator
(RI) signaled by serial or PCMCIA device.
- (Resume) The Fn key is pressed.
- (Exit) Timer conditions are satisfied
to enter hibernation mode.
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