Computer restarts after sleep windows 10

It"s been happening for a month. I leave my Asus on, leave for a bit, and also and also once I rerotate hours later on, it"s either:

*shutdown

*appears to be asleep and also will not wake up -- the power switch is lit, however normal things won"t lug the screen on, favor hitting secrets or moving the computer mouse.  I have to restart it.

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I"d be really grateful for any assistance!

 

 

OS Name    Microsoft Windows 10 HomeVersion    10.0.17134 Build 17134System Manufacturer    ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.System Model    Q501LASystem Type    x64-based PCSystem SKU    ASUS-UltrabookProcessor    Intel® Core™ i5-4200U CPU

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#2Nunos


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Posted 03 July 2018 - 11:15 AM


Welinvolved Bleeping Computer. It can be the power settings so deserve to you please check the settings and also tell us exactly how they are configured?

 

1. Click Start > Setups > System2. Left side food selection click > Power and Sleep.3. Scroll dvery own click > Further Power Settings.4. Left food selection. For each of these Click > "Choose what the power butlots do" and Click > "Choose what cshedding the lid does". Please Keep in mind both :When I press the power button ~ Hibernate.When I press the sleep button ~ Turn Off the Display.When I cshed the Lid ~ Sleep.


#3bschoeck


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Posted 03 July 2018 - 12:45 PM


Thanks Nunos.

Those were all collection to SLEEP.

But I"ve readjusted them to your configuration. 

 

Now I"ll wait a little bit to check out what happens.

Edited by bschoeck, 03 July 2018 - 02:22 PM.


#4bschoeck


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Posted 03 July 2018 - 02:22 PM


Hmm-- that didn"t resolve the difficulty. 

I walked away from the lappeak, let it sleep, and once I changed, it was totally shutdown.

 

Any next steps?


#5Nunos


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Posted 03 July 2018 - 04:33 PM


Next off up it can be that it needs a details vital be pressed. Typically it is a tiny symbol on the vital that looks prefer a fifty percent moon. 

 

After that you can inspect Device Manager for the Mouse and Touchad actually > Properties and also set them to

 

1. uninspect "allow the computer system to turn off the gadget to conserve power".2. Check "permit this gadget to wake the computer".

 

https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/14792-computer-wont-wake-up-sleep-2.html

 

Several pages tright here and also specifically I think Post 17 is a fellow Asus owner and he seems to have found a key combo that wakes up the display screen. Have you noticed if your difficult drive tries to spin up and it is simply a babsence screen? Or is it just nothing at all?

 

Might attempt some of the suggestions in those articles to view if any type of of their essential combos work on yours. :D

Edited by Nunos, 03 July 2018 - 04:41 PM.


#6bschoeck


bschoeckTopic StarterMembers35 postsOFFLINELocal time:08:17 AM

Posted 06 July 2018 - 11:11 AM


Hi! I tried your Device Manager instruction, however that hasn"t fixed it. 

I checked that various other forum, but that problem is slightly different -- his computer was stuck asleep, wouldn"t wake, and wouldn"t reboot.

 

  Mine is stuck asleep and also WILL reboot, or is asleep and will reboot rather of simply waking.  Subtly various, haha.

 

Just currently I had actually the latter: I pressed the Power switch, which is set to put the lapoptimal to sleep. 

When I pressed Power,  it Rebegan rather of waking up.  Went via the boot display screen, all my programs had actually been closed, and so on.

 

Any other ideas?


#7Gregk430


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Posted 06 July 2018 - 07:51 PM


It"s very likely that your machine is overheating. Try downloading Speccy, if you have actually very high temperatures, you may must cool down your lappeak by dusting it out or using a lappeak fan.

Malware might also cause your computer to overwarmth bereason of running procedures. 


#8bschoeck


bschoeckTopic StarterMembers35 postsOFFLINELocal time:08:17 AM

Posted 07 July 2018 - 09:09 AM


Hi Greg430k,

 

Overheating when it"s in Sleep mode...?

At any rate, Speccy claims I"m 45-65C.

The Web says that"s a healthy selection.

See more: Windows Consider Replacing Your Battery, Battery Showing Consider Replacing Error: Solved

 

Anypoint else?


#9JohnC_21


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Posted 07 July 2018 - 09:33 AM


Firstly, disable Fast Startup if not currently.

 

Open an elevated command also prompt and type:

powercfg.exe -h offshutdvery own /s /f /t 0Reboot. Hopecompletely rerelocating the hybrid shutdvery own solves the sleep problem.

 

If that does not job-related then execute a sleep in clean boot mode. There may be a conflict in between startup items and procedures.


#10bschoeck


bschoeckTopic StarterMembers35 postsOFFLINELocal time:08:17 AM

Posted 20 July 2018 - 11:48 AM


Hi JohnC_21! Sorry for the delayed reply.

 

I did both of your suggestions (disable Rapid Startup, and also Sleep in clean boot mode).

Neither solved anything. 

 

It"s still like:

Press Power switch (or pick Sleep from Start menu).  Laptop sleeps.  A minute later on, press Power button.  It restarts from shutdown. :

 

Aacquire, I have set Power button to Sleep, so it"s really weird that the lappeak shuts down entirely.

 

Any various other ideas? Thank you!


#11JohnC_21


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Posted 21 July 2018 - 08:23 AM


It"s been happening for a month. I leave my Asus on, leave for a little bit, and and also once I rerevolve hours later on, it"s either:

*shutdown

*seems to be asleep and also will not wake up -- the power button is lit, however normal things won"t lug the display on, prefer hitting secrets or moving the computer mouse.  I must restart it.

I has actually this difficulty on an old desktop after I set it to sleep and it turned out to be the power supply. In your case I think the just point to perform is set the computer system to never sleep. Tbelow might be a BIOS setting in the Power Section. If S3 set to S1 and also check out if that helps.

 

https://www.pcworld.com/article/225833/Tweak_Your_Windows_PCs_Sleep_Setting.html


#12pcpunk


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Posted 21 July 2018 - 03:28 PM


Pull out the battery likewise, those peskies little bit things reason trouble occasionally.

 

Just in case, carry out you have actually the latest BIOS?


Version 212
BIOS 212
 
Was this an Upgrade from 8.1?  Clean Installs fix many type of difficulties.
 
There are other driver updates for Windows 10 Upqualities on the Asus site for your laptop that may or might not aid.
 
Maybe Fn+F1 will work-related much better to put computer into Sleep Mode?  And, one of the Updates at the website is for Hotkeys:
Version V1.0.0039
ATKPackage (For Windows 10 Upgrade)
ATKPackage consists of ATKACPI driver and also hotkey-associated utilities.
To prevent displaying OSD abtypically due to compatibility worry after upgrade to Windows 10, please update ATKPackage to v1.0.0038 or over.
 
Some had success through Power Settings to Performance together with the various other power settings being correct.

See more: How To Fix Failure To Display Security And Shutdown Options Windows 10


Edited by pcpunk, 21 July 2018 - 03:31 PM.


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#13pcpunk


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Posted 21 July 2018 - 03:37 PM


This looks to be an excellent solution for you.  ASUS FAQ


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