I think I'm the only one where I work that thinks this is so annoying. July 10, 2007 Rick Lawrence, Click the start orb, then in the "Start Search" box (or Run if you have it configured to be showing) type "gpedit.msc" (w/o the quotes). It'll bring up the pop-up asking you what to do (ex. i even tried to change to other power plans like balanced or high performance and manually change the advanced option for close the lid & power button and they too only http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/297538-how-windows-disable-front-panel-restart-button.html
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. For some customers this is no longer true. Even the blue light on the switch fails to come on, which is an immediate clue that the computer is inoperable. February 11, 2008 Rick Teodor, I agree that these options need more flexability.
The hibernate default has been driving me crazy. OR at least when I click the start button to shut down.. Ask a new question Read More Gigabyte Audio Front Panel Motherboards Product Related Resources solved Front panel audio jack not workking, back is. Defaults: password-clear: Enabled.
Enabled means that pressing the Clear button erases the local usernames and passwords configured on the switch (and thus removes local password protection from the switch.) Disabled means that pressing the Computer Reset Button I've set it in the power options to sleep and all and it still hibernates. Makes no sense that this should be hidden from the consumer. http://forums.hexus.net/pc-hardware-components/204458-how-disable-power-reset-buttons.html Example of disabling the factory reset option prev up next Encrypting credentials in the configuration file home Password recovery Copyright © 2015 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
NZXT s340 front panel audio jack and usb problem? This has always been one of those "annoying, but I'll get around to it later" things for a while, glad you have this info posted October 21, 2007 Dave Thank you share|improve this answer answered Aug 14 '12 at 8:52 Graham Wager 1,66111224 See my comment to jguaffin. –Mrchief Aug 16 '12 at 20:40 I'm not quite sure I describe a bothersome situation where, as of now, it appears that my PC is rebooting itself once in the morning upon being woken from sleep and logged into, then behaves
Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/ue40b8050xw-disable-front-panel-buttons-379888/ Fixed. Disable Power Button Windows 10 It is plain old batch file with content similar to this: choice /c yn /t 5 /d n /m Shutdown computer? If it goes through POST (the black screen or manufacturers splash screen), then it shut down completely.
The "/t 30" is the countdown, adjust as you see fit. his comment is here then i tried to modify the advanced power option in my power plan and i wasnt allowed to change the sleep option. From there you can access the service Menu. We just want the confirmation screen after we push the ShutDown button/link in start menu.
the power saving option of sleep still overrides my universal option. Modify the operation of the Reset+Clear combination so that the switch still reboots, but does not restore the switch’s factory default configuration settings. (Use of the Reset button alone, to simply Thanks! this contact form In this case, the system restarts after about three minutes.
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I also put the Windows XP CD in while the laptop is booting up and try and install windows that way but still it wouldn't work. Right now, I'm looking for the file on my other laptop (Windows XP) and I will copy it to this laptop (Windows Vista). Get downloadable ebooks for free! The installation worked, but there is one very annoying problem:Whenever I either reset using the reset button or try to reboot Windows trough the OS itself, the monitor just goes black.
What should i do on that? :eek: EDITED: Oh ya then i... Not the answer you're looking for? December 8, 2010 mrtnclzd Thanks! http://gagc.net/how-to/how-to-disable-ctrl-z-in-windows-explorer.php This is very frustrating on its own.
After I login, I want the option to 'DO nothing" but then when I want to shutdown, I should be able to. JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Lowell Heddings, better known online as the How-To Geek, spends all his free time bringing you fresh geekery on a daily basis. I would double check your connections as Karsten75 suggested but in the meantime let us know the specs on the PSU as well. i went into the power options to change my power button well when i try to change it, it goes eather do nothing, sleep, or shut down.
I just edited the registry (Vista) to make it say that "Ask me what to do" and took a screenshot. If he finds the remote he will be greeted with PBS! While acting on Group Policy object "Remove and prevent access to the Shut Down, Restart, Sleep and Hiberate Commands" marginally solves the problem with no "Ask me what to do" screen Do this: Open the Start menu Type edit po (or type edit power plan) and press Enter Press Enter again to select "Change advanced power settings" In the window that appears,
My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1, Windows 8.1 Pro x64, Windows 10 Pro x64 CPU INTEL Xeon E5-2670 LGA 2011 Paul, Minnesota Quote: Originally Posted by 450125 In Spontaneous restarts, perhaps seemingly caused by power switch?