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    Post color problems on laptop "MC"

    after i exit the media car, the color on my display are all screw up... i have to reset the daytime/nightime lighning setting. my setting don't stay the same after i exit...Any help please

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    anyone knows how to save the daytime/nightime settings for good

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    If you have a set setting that causes it to work properly..then set both the day and night settings in the Setup to the same thing, and select "Auto change" also. That should keep the right settings always

    I think i've got what you want right...if not, just let me know and i'll shoot myself


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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    I think i've got what you want right...if not, just let me know and i'll shoot myself
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    That's a little over the top!! Maybe just hack off one hand or something!

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    the settings for day time are to purple but i set for for a almost perfect but once i shut it off they go back to being to purple

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    can any one help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalito
    can any one help me
    Don't exit MediaCar!?

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    well i have to shut down my laptop some day.... i can have it on day and night ... what is the power draw and a laptop in hibernate mode...vs just on...or satnd by?

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    In hibernate mode the laptop is off, it writes the contents of ram to the hard disk and turns off, when you turn it back on the computer reads the data it stored from ram onto the hard drive and puts it back into memory.

    In suspend mode the computer uses very little power, I think it's just enough to keep the data that's in ram alive. I have a laptop at home with a bad battery that only lasts 5 minutes, but it will stay suspended all night on that same bad battery. So it's got to draw very little.

    That laptop (celeron 550, 288MB, 20gb) that's soon going to be the basis of my MP3 project. I have a CRAPPY 60W DC inverter that I got from wal mart for $15. it's rated at 60W rms, 75w peak. I can use that adaptor to run the laptop at full load and charge the battery at the same time, so It must draw less than 60-75W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by volvo9
    In hibernate mode the laptop is off, it writes the contents of ram to the hard disk and turns off, when you turn it back on the computer reads the data it stored from ram onto the hard drive and puts it back into memory.

    In suspend mode the computer uses very little power, I think it's just enough to keep the data that's in ram alive. I have a laptop at home with a bad battery that only lasts 5 minutes, but it will stay suspended all night on that same bad battery. So it's got to draw very little.

    That laptop (celeron 550, 288MB, 20gb) that's soon going to be the basis of my MP3 project. I have a CRAPPY 60W DC inverter that I got from wal mart for $15. it's rated at 60W rms, 75w peak. I can use that adaptor to run the laptop at full load and charge the battery at the same time, so It must draw less than 60-75W.
    so in simpler words .. which one would you say is better having the laptop on hibernate than stand by or viseversa...?

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