Motorola L3391 Owner's Manual: Power Management; Suspend-to-disk (suspend Mode)

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Power Management

Your computer supports APM (Advanced Power Management) and
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) for power
management. The power management feature allows you to reduce the
power consumption for energy saving.
With an ACPI-compliant operating system such as Windows 98 and
Windows 2000, power supply to different computer components is
controlled on an as-needed basis. This allows maximum power
conservation and performance at the same time.
In general, Windows' power management works in this way:
What ...
Power to the hard disk is turned off
Power to the display is turned off
The computer enters Standby mode.
The hard disk and display are turned
off and the entire system consumes
less power.
The computer enters Hibernation
mode. (See the next subsection for
more information.)
* Depends on your settings in Windows.
For detailed information on power management, see Windows' Help.
Suspend-to-Disk (Suspend mode)
NOTE: If your operating system does not support ACPI, you can use the computer ' s
"Suspend-to-Disk" function, which is equivalent to Windows' Hibernation function.
(See "Power Menu" in Chapter 5 for more information.)
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When ...
When the hard disk has been idle for
a set period.
When the display has been idle for a
set period.
When the entire system has been idle
for a set period, or
when you press Fn+F10, * or
when you close the cover, * or
when you press the power button. *
When you press Fn+F10, * or
when you close the cover, * or
when you press the power button. *
Managing Power

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