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Not turn off the display

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Voldem    0

Hello.

Please, help to solve my problem. Not turn off the display. After clicking the lock button - turns off the screen, but after 8 seconds-again, light, lighting very dim, this is only noticeable in the dark. But if the device shuts down itself - no light. Installed WM 6.5. What is the problem?

I apologize for my English.

Thank You.

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sakisds    0

Here the light dim appears for 3 seconds after locking and goes away on it's own. Maybe you have an application that keeps the device from sleeping?

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Voldem    0

Immediately after the hard reset , without third-party programs - not be completely cut off.

I tried to install different firmware. But the same result.

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try this --

HKEY _ LOCAL _ MACHINE\System \CurrentControlSet \Contro l \Power \State \Suspend \{98 C 5250 D - C 29A - 4985 - AE 5 F - AFE 5367 E 5006 } - change ( Default ) DWORD Dec to 4

HKEY _ LOCAL _ MACHINE\System \CurrentControlSet \Contro l \Power \State \Resuming \{EB 91 C 7 C 9 - 8 BF 6 - 4 a 2 d - 9 AB 8 - 69724EED 97D 1 } - change ( Default ) DWORD Dec to 4

HKEY _ LOCAL _ MACHINE\System \CurrentControlSet \Contro l \Power \State \Unattended \{EB 91 C 7 C 9 - 8 BF 6 - 4 a 2 d - 9 AB 8 - 69724EED 97D 1 } - change ( Default ) DWORD Dec to 4

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Voldem    0

I checked the registry branch , DWORD have the value 4.

The problem is not solved. It is possible that this defect. It Is A Pity. ;)

Thank you, colleagues for answers.

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