Do you mean like to have it start at a certain time of day/week or something? It would be a whole lot easier to just put your system into HYBERNATE mode via the Power Schemes option. To find out more on this subject, go to Help, and type in Power Up, and look for Power Schemes for... and follow their instructions on how to put the system into Hybernation.
yes if we turn off our computer without signing out our computer will automatically disconnect with internet.
Depending on your OS, You might be able to turn on your computer automatically, at a certain time. I know that on windows XP, you can set auto start throught the boot menue when you turn your computer on.
Your motherboard may not be configured for software power management.
no!! The startup does that :)
turn on your firewall before connecting to the internet. That should fix the problem. It's an old virus
Turn your computer on.
If the computer does not log you off automatically when it enters standby, then yes. Also, this could be a sign of a faulty sound card that needs to be replaced.
it means it dons'nt like you
Nothing is missing you just need to reinstall windows completely again.Follow these steps while installing windows.Just connect the CD Drive and a hard disk in which you want to install windows.Turn on computer and Insert CD in CD Drive.Computer will automatically detect boot from CD.If the boot is not selected then select Boot from CD.Install windows using installation wizard.Turn off Computer and then connect all drives in correct ports (SATA ports).Turn on Computer and press F2 at the First page displayed for bios option.Change the boot order of drives such that the first drive is the drive in which Windows is installed.Save changes and exit Bios.Then the computer will turn on.
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Windows Task Scheduler can only run when Windows is actively running on your computer (it is in system memory, the system is powered on, etc). Therefore, you cannot program Windows Task Scheduler to turn on your computer at 2AM, since the computer would be turned off. It would first need to be turned on in order to have Windows Task Scheduler turn the computer on (a Catch-22). Instead, look at your BIOS/CMOS configuration and see if it as an "alarm" feaure. Some BIOS code will allow you to program your motherboard to automatically power on at a certain time. This is notably true in older motherboards, but some newer motherboards might also have this feature. You should contact your computer's manufacturer or check the manual if you are unsure of how to access your BIOS configuration.
If your computer does not detect a webcam in the computer. It will automatically turn the computer off.
The best way to shut down Windows XP is to go to the Start Menu, click Turn Off Computer, and then click the Turn Off Computer icon.
you turn the computer off and when u turn it on press Safe mode. you turn the computer off and when u turn it on press Safe mode.
turn on automatic updates.. go to the start menu click on control panel click windows update. then click on change settings. check the box which says install uptades automatically.
Yes its totaly necessary because if you get hacked the hacker could delete windows. So when your computer is on and your not using it turn off your modem or turn off your computer.
In some old windows computers the spacebar can be used to turn on the computer.
DOS is not part of an Apple computer, it is part of all Windows PCs.
The hard drive has the windows files on it which in turn helps the CPU indentify the windows version.
explain to the computer the difference between the light and dark side and let it make its own mind up
Right click the Lync icon in the system try and choose 'exit'. If you do not want Lync to start automatically everytime you start the computer, go to your Lync client options (the cog in the top right corner). Go to personal settings and un-tick the 'Automatically start Lync when I log on to Windows' and then click OK.
because you are pregnant
in the start menu there is shutdown, log off and an arrow. Click on it and choose options. There u can choose, weather u want to start it with windows or not.
It depends how the system is configured; Microsoft strongly encourage you to have an account - with a user name and password. But with such an account, you can configure Windows 8 to automatically log the computer in to a particular account so that when you turn the computer on, it doesn't ask for a username (or password), but takes you straight to the start screen. However, if you change the network to which the computer is connected, you will be asked for your password before you can use the machine.
You only can if your computer has bluetooth capability. if it does go into control pannel, on windows, and then go bluetooth, and turn it on. then turn your phones bluetooth on and connect them. for macs go to spotlight and search for bluetooth. do the same as windows.