Power Management Features (TP 570 - 2644)

Power Management Features

Three power management modes are provided by the computer to reduce power consumption and prolong battery power.

Standby mode: In standby mode, the following occurs:

Note: Standby mode in Windows 98 is called suspend mode in Windows 95.

The computer enters standby mode when the Fn + F3 keys are pressed.

The computer exits standby and resumes normal operation when any key is pressed.

Suspend mode: When the computer enters suspend mode, the following events occur in addition to what occurs in standby mode:

Note: Suspend mode in Windows 95 is called standby mode in Windows 98.

Any of the following events causes the computer to enter suspend mode:

Any one of the following events causes the computer to resume operation from suspend mode:

Note: The computer does not accept any event immediately after it enters suspend mode.
Therefore, wait a few seconds before taking any action to reenter operation mode.

Hibernation Mode

For the Windows NT User A Windows NT user cannot create a hibernation file in a Windows NT system that uses the NTFS format system, the Windows NT default format.
If you want to use hibernation mode, you should reinstall Windows NT with a FAT format system.

In hibernation mode, the following occurs:


Any one of the following events causes the computer to enter hibernation mode:

The computer exits hibernation mode and resumes operation when the power switch is pressed.
When power is turned on, the hibernation file in the boot record on the hard disk drive is read and system status is restored from the hard disk drive.

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