I have a computer in my room, and it is somewhat noisy. Naturally, before I go to bed, I want to put it on standby mode. The computer supports APM and ACPI, but there is no place to turn on standby mode.
I did some research, and found in a Microsoft KB article, this:
APM in Windows 2000 does not support Standby mode on computers when batteries are not detected (such as on desktop computers). This is a mobile or laptop feature only.
Does anyone know a hack/registry setting that can be made to enable standby mode on PC's? I could *really* use it.
Also, when Windows 98 was on this PC, standby mode worked fine.