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If I want to sleep my PC,everything goes as it should, but when the display turns off, PC starts work again. I checked settings in Windows 7, I took out all the USB devices I tried to disconnect the monitor, set the bios, I reinstall the bios, set the factory settings, installed new drivers, unplugged the fans, also disconnect power to the PC case panel ... still wont go to sleep Intel celeron E3400, vga gigabyte 4550 128MB, HDD 500GB WD, 2GB RAM patriot

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Get into the power saver setting or simply click on the sleep button in the start up area
it is in the drop down box when you select user

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You better off getting an AGP card as your onboard graphics cannot be altered from what i can see and in any case will not be good enough to play most games as the 3d and shader won't is needed

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Drivers will not affect whether the drive shows up in BIOS or not.
Your BIOS should have a setting under the 'Advanced' section for IDE and or SATA. Usually this needs to be set to 'Enhanced' mode or 'SATA plus PATA'  Check your jumper settings-The drive should be set to 'Master' (if it even has jumpers).Check the power lead to make sure the drive spins up. Try different power lead and different SATA cable. If possible, try the drive in another machine to make sure it isn't 'Bad out of the Box'
If the drive does not show up in BIOS its a hardware issue or BIOS setting .
Once it shows up in BIOS - you'll be good to go.

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Hi,

It would seem that you posted twice, pls see you other post.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: ''CMOS Settings Wrong! USB DEVICE OVER CURRENT STATUS DETECTED

Have you checked all USB port sockets to see if any of them are broken? I mean inside the socket itself. It is easy to break the small plastic black tongue in these (e.g. by bending down on a USB memory stick. Then when you put another USB plug into it, the 4 contacts can get bent and the +5V will short out with the case.
Check all USB sockets.

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Click on Start.

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