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    Power options unavailable

    This week, after installing the newest batch of Windows Updates, my monitor, which was set to sleep after two hours of no activity, is no longer doing that.

    I went to Settings/Display and tried to see if any changes had been made to my power settings.

    It said "Your power plan information isn't available". When I clicked on the other plans, I got the same message.

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    When I went to the link for why can't Windows retrieve this information?, I get a troubleshooting page that doesn't address this issue.

    How can I get my power settings back?

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    Some things to try are shown here:
    http://windowsforum.com/threads/prob...iliable.22678/

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    Some things to try are shown here:
    http://windowsforum.com/threads/prob...iliable.22678/

    Jerry
    Looks like a useful link Jerry and a good find - I'd have clicked the Thanks button for a useful post if we still had the Thanks button.

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    I tried a number of the methods suggested in the link, but none solved my problem until I got to System Restore.

    Restoring the system to just prior to the latest Windows updates brought back my original settings for power management, and allows me to again modify them. This week's Windows updates will have to be re-installed. one-by-one, and should reveal the update that played havoc with my power settings.

    Thanks for all the help.

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    Happy to hear you solved your problem. Thanks for posting back with the solution.

    Jerry

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