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Windows 7: After Enter Sleep Mode, it goes Shut down

22 Mar 2015   #1

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After Enter Sleep Mode, it goes Shut down

After entering sleep mode, when I hit the keyboard instate of awake it go shut down directly, when I hit the power button the windows show I impropriate shut down.

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22 Mar 2015   #2


First let's make sure your system is fully patched. Enable hardware auto-updating via Windows Update (Steps 3 and 6) then Check for Updates, install all Important and Optional, with reboots, until there are no more offered. This may take a day or more.

Next see if there's an Update for your Display driver on the Sony Support Downloads webpage for your model. This is the first suspect in any Sleep problems. I'd also update any other drivers including chipset if newer are available.

After reboot if the problem persists work through these other Sleep Mode Problems - Vista Forums
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22 Mar 2015   #3

Windows 7 Porfessional 64 Bit

Problem is it go off the laptop but not awake then I try to awake to laptop
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22 Mar 2015   #4


Are you able to start Win7?

If not work through Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start
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22 Mar 2015   #5

Windows 7 Porfessional 64 Bit

Everything is work fine, just when it enter sleep mode, then I hit keyboard, normally it will start up the windows, but now it direct turn off the laptop
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22 Mar 2015   #6


I gave you a long list of things to try, but you replied back by just repeating your problem. Did you try any of the steps?

If you want to fix this, report back results on each step as you work through all the steps I gave you. Then we'll know which others to try.

What Power Plan do you have Selected in Control Panel>Power Plans? What is the sleep timeout?
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23 Mar 2015   #7

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Step 1 :I update all dirver
Sterp 2 : I follow all setting in the Power Plan
Step 3 : I don't know why my BIOS doesn't have the option for ACPI, I try to update and It up to date (cmd show I just have s3 mode, s1 and s2 are not available)
Step 4 : Last wake up - Wake History Count -0
Step 5 : Use step 6 and follow the same setting
Step 7 : Screen saver : None
Step 8 : Follow the Selective startup I try the sleep mode it still the same
Step 9 : I turn off all wake-up program, problem still same
Step 10 : I didn't use either open the windows sidebar gadget
Step 11 : My is Laptop No motherboard jumper issue
Step 12 : I didn't do adjustment on this, my laptop can sleep automatically
Step 13 : I never use the windows media center, yet I manage to disable it also
Step 14 : Display, System, Awaymode all None, I don't think I need to override
Step 15 : I done server restore, still the same
I try all above when you post, yet It still the same, that's why I keep asking the same question,
my problem is It can go sleep mode just when I wake it up It direct off the laptop
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23 Mar 2015   #8


I understand that sleep works correctly, even at timeout. The problem is that hitting Enter to wake from Sleep shuts down the PC.

I would also enable Hibernate in the Power Option>click Your Power Plan>Choose Advanced setting>under Sleep. Ideal timeout is one hour. Now does it add a Hibernate button to the Start menu Shutdown buttons right hand arrow screen? Hibernate - Enable or Disable - Windows 7 Forums

In Power Option>Choose what Shutdown button does>Program it to Hibernate.

What type of keyboard are you using? Try another.

Next keep working through the Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7 reporting back as you go. This will go over the PC so thoroughly any problem is usually caught.
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