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Puppy Wary 5.3 doesn't like going in Standby....
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VictorVictor5

Joined: 23 May 2012
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PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 10:48    Post subject:  Puppy Wary 5.3 doesn't like going in Standby....  

Greetings,

I should've posted this months ago, but I'm finally getting caught up on some things.

As a noob, once I tried to put Puppy in Standby - didn't like that. When I tried to take it out of Standby - Puppy started deleting files. So that was that for trying Standby again!

If needed - here are my specs:

Gateway Solo 9100 laptop
PII processor @ 400 MHz (aww yeah lightning fast! - Puppy does work good on it though)
384 MB of RAM
160 GB IDE HDD with a Windows XP partition.

Note: This computer does have an 8.4 GB limit due to its age (1998). I have XP on the 8.4 limit and extended partition, as well as Puppy being on the other half of the extended partition.

VV5
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Ray MK


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Posts: 765
Location: UK

PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 11:35    Post subject:  

Hi VictorVictor5

Wary does not have acpi installed or activated - it can be added - however:

An easy option is to use a Puppy that comes ready setup.

Pemasu’s Exprimo puppy’s are among the best.
Fluppy, Saluki and Slacko are good too.

All above are “lite” enough to run on your kit - although probably,
slightly slower than Wary.

HTH - best regards - Ray

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PostPosted: Fri 14 Dec 2012, 17:51    Post subject:  

Thanks Ray for the feedback.

VV5
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