Speech Recognition turns off when switching to battery power

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by deck4, May 24, 2007.

  1. deck4

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    This problem only occurs when I am running a Vista Business Edition laptop on
    battery power.

    If I have "Speech Recognition" running and in the "Sleeping" mode and then
    unplug the AC adapter the "Speech Recognition" goes to the "Off" mode
    immediately and you can't turn it back on with the voice command "Start
    Listening". However, when I plug the AC adapter back in to the computer the
    "Speech Recognition" automatically goes back to "Sleeping". Now, if I have
    "Speech Recognition" in the "Listening" mode and then unplug the AC Adapter
    the "Speech Recognition" program maintains its current "Listening" mode and
    works fine until I give the comman to "Stop Listening" after which it goes
    into the "Off" mode instead of the "Sleeping" mode. Again, I only have this
    problem while running the computer on battery. Everything works fine while
    connected to AC.

    I have tried this on three different laptops running Vista Business Edition
    and get the same results.

    I have tried changing my power options to full performance etc. while on
    battery with no resolution.

    Does anyone know the resolution for this?

    Thank you,
     
    deck4, May 24, 2007
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    deck4, May 24, 2007
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