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Suspend Mode Timeout

This setting defines the number of minutes before the system enters "suspend mode", the deepest level of system inactivity shutdown. The exact definition depends on the system, but in general this mode means that all system devices are shutdown (except for any that the BIOS is specifically told to keep running) and the processor is shut down to a trickle mode. The default option is "Disabled".

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