Hardware Thread, PC hibernates instead of sleeping... in Technical; Hi all,
Have just got a new PC and when I set it to sleep it will not wake up ...
23rd August 2013, 11:54 AM #1
PC hibernates instead of sleeping...
Have just got a new PC and when I set it to sleep it will not wake up on mouse or keybaord movement.
The bios is set to ACPI - S3 (Suspend to RAM) There is no other option apart from DISABLED.
Wake up events are:
Resume by USB 1.x/2.0 (S3) ENABLED
Resume by PS2 KB (S3) ENABLED
Resume by PS2 MS (S3) ENABLED
Thing is when I set it to sleep, it powers off, there is no power to the mouse or keyboard and I need to push the power button to resume (like it is hibernating) and the user is still logged on, .
I have set HYBRID SLEEP to off within Windows so it should be just sleeping OR hibernating.
Windows says ACPI based PC in device manager.
Last edited by Koldov; 23rd August 2013 at 12:46 PM.
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29th August 2013, 12:31 PM #2
Jumpers on the the motherboard...
That is all.
Thanks to Koldov from:
VeryPC_Colin_M (29th August 2013)
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