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Here’s what I did: It’s so worth the drawbacks if you’re using external displays, being able to close and open the lid without fullscreen apps crashing e. Then I saved it. Having read through these posts and comments I believe I’ve resolved the issue.
JosephStalter Replied on November 21, Thanks for marking this as the answer. What brand and model of laptop are you using?
Did this solve your problem? I checked that thread out and don’t find my answer.
Hrm still does not work. Depending on model it might be in setup menu, but equally it might be a physical power supply that disconnects as well. For possible resolution, we have found this thread.
Email Required, but never shown. Double-click the name to open the properties panel for your device. I am using Mint Prevent screen turning off when lid is closed Ask Question. Replacing the ACPI Lid device’s driver as described in this answer is the only thing that has ever solved this problem for asuss. Post as a guest Name. Check your system’s firmware configuration.
How to set what opening the lid does (windows 10)
I had the same problem with Linux Mint Cinnamon Be sure to fully power cycle and reboot the machine once you apply these settings. You can also change the option suspend to hibernate or poweroff.
Don’t wake up on lid open
Details may vary between different computers, but look for options related to screen, power, sleep, performance, or hibernate. Don’t wake up on lid open I found this small Bash script on linlap. Secondly, what’s the videosystem. Byron Hawkins 7. For now, I would try kernel 3.
Michael Gall Replied on November 20, Click the box to Allow this device to wake the computer. I did check my bios settings and didn’t find anything useful yet. In reply to JosephStalter’s post on November 26, That setting should be enough.