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Sleep/Hibernate


fritzl65

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Hello,

I am newb...

I bought Advanced System Care for one reason onl;y...

My PC will not goto sleep/hibernate.

It did before I installed new Windows 7.

I have had hard drive failure...bootmgr missing but data was intact, ...

so I bought new HDD and installed Windows 7 then copied user over from old HDD, Old HDD was not "in" system during install of window 7

 

I have tried every imaginable method to find which device is causeing the pc to be insomniac

...

 

I removed permissions to allow device to wake.

 

When I manually tell pc to sleep... the PC boots.

 

 

So I read that advanced system care can address this... I spend the money.. and it does not...

 

 

Can anyone help ?

 

Thank you for reading

 

 

Fritz

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Hi fritzl

Have you tried powercfg.cpl written in Run to open the power-plan settings and choose your setup?

Another possibility may be sfc /scannow if you have the install file/disc in order to check if all necessary files are ok.

A chkdsk is always a possibility too.

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

Hello,

I am newb...

I bought Advanced System Care for one reason onl;y...

My PC will not goto sleep/hibernate.

It did before I installed new Windows 7.

I have had hard drive failure...bootmgr missing but data was intact, ...

so I bought new HDD and installed Windows 7 then copied user over from old HDD, Old HDD was not "in" system during install of window 7

 

I have tried every imaginable method to find which device is causeing the pc to be insomniac

...

 

I removed permissions to allow device to wake.

 

When I manually tell pc to sleep... the PC boots.

 

 

So I read that advanced system care can address this... I spend the money.. and it does not...

 

 

Can anyone help ?

 

Thank you for reading

 

 

Fritz

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Hallo Solbjerg,

 

I did not type the power setting cfg to access the power plan set up.. I went through the control panel..

 

I set them to 1 min 3 minutes...etc...

the screen will power off but the PC will not sleep

 

 

I thought I saw a

"Restore Windows settings to default" control in this advance system programme...

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Hi fritzl

Yes in ASC toolbox you have the possibility to choose the function WinFix - under the menu point "More" you can choose to activate or deactivate the hibernate/sleep button settings as far as I remember.

Isn't that explained in Usage of IObit Products?

If not - it is an oversight, and I apologize :oops:

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

Hallo Solbjerg,

 

I did not type the power setting cfg to access the power plan set up.. I went through the control panel..

 

I set them to 1 min 3 minutes...etc...

the screen will power off but the PC will not sleep

 

 

I thought I saw a

"Restore Windows settings to default" control in this advance system programme...

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Roy may be onto something here...

I was running avast before and still the pc would sleep...

perhaps an update changed this?

 

 

solbjerg,

I have used the WinFix, and set the hibernate/sleep function through the software and it doesnt change.

 

I thought I recalled seeing a "RESET" windows button in the software, but I cannot find it.

thanks for reading

 

Fritz

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