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I am having a weird problem on my dell computer. My Dell model is Inspiron 1440. Whenever i hibernate my computer, the next day when i plugged in ac adapter into the computer with the electricity flowing. My computer will auto-on by itself without having pressing the on/off button. If i would to hibernate and repeat the same process again, it wouldnt happen till the next day. Can anyone help me solve my problem.. Thanks. :)
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Do you mean that after you set it to hibernate, and it goes to sleep, then when you plug in the charger that it auto turns back on? Your computer may be set to detect it and think that it is about to be used so to startup. Kind of like when you plug in your phone it starts going to a charging screen.

Correct me if I'm wrong :)
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Do you mean that after you set it to hibernate, and it goes to sleep, then when you plug in the charger that it auto turns back on? Your computer may be set to detect it and think that it is about to be used so to startup. Kind of like when you plug in your phone it starts going to a charging screen.

Correct me if I'm wrong <img src="http://www.geekstogo...IR#>/smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />


so what am i supposed to do?
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