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Yoga 3 won't turn on from sleep

Q: Yoga 3 won't turn on from sleep

I've had the problem where the Yoga 3 won't turn back on. Fully charged, power cable in and out, even tried the hold down the power button for 10, 20, 30 and 60 seconds. Disconnected the battery, ran off power cord and ran every virus/system check. Put everything back together and everything works fine.... for a day or so, then same problem. Thoughts? Is this a function of coming back from sleep, i.e. can I work around this by never letting it go to sleep? Would replacing the battery fix the issue (and if so which battery should I get?) Sean

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I recently noticed that my Yoga 3 Pro 1370 is not turning off the fan or the keyboard light when it times out and goes into auto-sleep. However, the physical power button on the side, which is set to enable sleep, works properly. BIOS, Lenovo and Windows updates are all up todate. Any advice appreciated, txs!

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Hi everyone, when I wake my Yoga 900 from sleep mode, it takes around 6 seconds for the screen to turn back on. That's reasonable. My girlfriend's Yoga 900 however takes only 2 seconds, we bought them around the same time, same system etc. Also, since yesterday, when the screen goes black after the set time (e.g. 5 min) and I touch the touchpad or press any key it also takes around 7 seconds before the screen goes back on which is way too long since before it reacted alost instantaneously. What might be the issue? Could both things be connected somehow? Thanks for any help!

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Hello,My laptop doesn't turn back on after it goes to sleep. When I close the lid of it and after the screens go black, I press the power button and the lights on the power button light up as the laptop would be on, but the screen remains black. To get it to turn on with the screen, I have to shut it down and turn it back on. It is very annoying and I would like to get some help. The laptop runs Windows 10 Home. 8 GB ram, the i7 Intel processor. The laptop still has 200 days of warranty.Please help.

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Hello, we got 2x Try-and-Buy Lenovo Yoga Tablet Laptops (an X1 Yoga and a Yoga 260) to evaluate their suitability for our company, since we intend to upgrade several of our employees laptops. However, ever since we got the devices we noticed on both of them frequent issues with the display and waking from sleep. Very often the laptops won't wake up properly with the screen staying black. In those cases the display-backlight seems to turn on, and I assume the system is running somehow in the background. Putting the computer to sleep again (e.g. by closing the lid) makes the computer wake up properly on the second attempt. Different error in the same category is when a video is running and the laptop is connected to AC - plugging out the AC cord made the screen go black while the media content's sound kept playing. All drivers were updated to the newest version via Lenovo System Update 5.07.0029. Any ideas? I also tried to open a support ticket, but Lenovo wanted to send and install a new display (!). Apparently, that seems like a driver/software issue?! Best regards

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I have clicked the start>sleep in my windows 7.

When the pc is sleeping, it wakes up by itself. I guess there are some scheduled task by windows 7.

Why?

Is there a way to see why or what task caused my PC to turn on by itself?

How to see what task was done during the auto wake up?

Thanks

A:Why my PC turn on by itself during sleep?

Check out Power Options and Sleep Mode Problems

Especially Step 4 and 5 - but do read all.

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Hey everybody,
I'm brand new to this forum and am wondering if you guys can help me out...

My sister's computer currently won't turn on at all and has been struggling with it all day.
She has a Dell Studio 1555 laptop and put it to sleep last night and when she went to use it the next afternoon, it wouldn't turn on at all. I suggested to her to take out the battery and unplug the charger, wait, and put them back in later to try again and this did not work.
She also said that it didn't feel warm to the touch.
If there's any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much in advance.

-Lindsey
 

A:Put computer to sleep and now it won't turn on!

A faulty battery can sometimes cause odd power-up problems even when connected to the mains.
Try removing the battery and leave it removed.
Plug in the power adapter and switch on at wall socket.
Try starting the laptop now.

if it works without battery, the battery has died and needs replacing.
 

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Hi all I am running 8.1 and am trying to backup my hard drive but after so long the screen goes black and stops the backup,
also I have move the mouse to get my log in screen which I do . It then carries on from where it stopped.
I tried extending the screen saver but that doesn't make any different so what can it be?? is it sleep mode or hibernation.
if so could you tell me how to switch them off please!!!!.
Len

A:how to turn off Hibernation/Sleep

Keep it powered up, go into power settings and set to not allow it to go to sleep when plugged in, same as not letting hard drive shutting down. As for shutting off Hibernate, which will also disable Fast Boot. Open up a Command Window in Desktop, Windows key + "X" and choose "Command Prompt (Admin)". Then enter Powercfg /h off

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Brand new E5570 turns off instead of sleep when I click Sleep.Windows 10 2015 LTSB fresh install all updated / BIOS drivers etc. powercfg / energy has only one line:
Errors
Platform Power Management Capabilities:PCI Express Active-State Power Management (ASPM) Disabled

PCI Express Active-State Power Management (ASPM) has been disabled due to a known incompatibility with the hardware in this computer.

A:E5570 turn off instead of sleep

Hi tdeak,Thanks for posting.I would suggest that you run the diagnostics on the computer by following the steps mentioned in the video below and check if there is any issue with the hardware on your system.http://dell.to/164l6g4Here is some additional settings you can try:http://dell.to/2hKSLgz

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i installed the latest version of Windows Vista on my laptop yesterday. when i close the lid on the laptop the screen shuts off and the machine goes to sleep (like it should), but when i open the lid the computer wakes up but the screen never turns on. the screen glows black. i waited a while but the screen still does not turn on. in order to get it to work again i have to hold the power button to turn it off, and then boot up the pc from the beginning. why? and where is "run" in vista. in xp it was under start -> run. i cant seem to find it on the new os. Thanks i do not have the lid issue in XP
 

A:Screen does not turn on after sleep

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Hey I just got a brand new Dell Inspiron with Windows 8. I have the settings set to sleep when closing the lid of the laptop, but the computer seems to always turn off. When I open the lid, my computer is completely off and I have to press the power button to turn it back on and wait for windows to reload.

This is not a battery problem as it happens even when plugged in.
I have also tried using the command prompt "powercfg /hibernate on" but it hasn't fixed anything.

How can I fix this problem? This is probably one of the most frustrating thing to happen.

A:Closing lid, will NOT sleep, will turn off.

Hi please try this

powercfg /a - will show you your supported sleep sleep states
powercfg /energy - will generate a report and should point out problem areas to you - this might lead you to why sleep isn't working

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Hey I just got a brand new Dell Inspiron with Windows 8 (got it yesterday). In the power options I have the settings set to sleep when closing the lid of the laptop, but the computer seems to always turn off. When I open the lid, my computer is completely off and I have to press the power button to turn it back on and wait for windows to reload.
This is not a battery problem as it happens even when plugged in.
I have also tried using the command prompt "powercfg /hibernate on" but it hasn't fixed anything.

How can I fix this problem? This is probably one of the most frustrating thing to happen.

A:Closing lid, will NOT sleep, will turn off.

hinbernat would have been on by default, which could be the cause of your problem. Try powercfg -h off

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I want to put my PC to sleep every night so i doesn't run the power bill up 1000 times. I have a backup setup to start at 3 in the morning (when i'm obviously not using it). When it's asleep it can't do that so, i need a way to wake it up to do the backup then go back to sleep after it's done. Pls, help! Thanks

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When I close my Yogo 900, it often does go to sleep. It continues to run (and of course eating battery). I've installed all the latest drivers and BIOS. Any ideas how to solve this?

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In the past 2 days, my new Yoga 14 has gone to sleep while in use. If I check the event log, the sleep reason is button or lid. I've got about 2 weeks left on the return window and will probably return if I can't find a solution for this.

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In Control Panel, Power Options, you can choose to not require a password in the sleep mode. Despite setting it this way, it keeps requiring a password. Bug?

A:Sleep password protection won't turn off!

Can you get to it in Advanced Power settings? It may be grayed out in there, but clicking on it offers a way to unlock it.

Password Protection on Wakeup - Enable or Disable in Windows 8

That image is slid down a little, the setting will be up at the top, right under "Change Settings that are currently unavailable" Click on the "Change" link and it should unlock the "Turn Off Password" to wake thing.

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The HDMI port on my ideapad stopped working for some reason.I have tried uninstalling all the drivers and reinstalling.This fixed the issue, until I put the computer to sleep - or rebooted - or shut down.I have found that I can get it to wake up again if I disable the driver and then re-enable it.I have turned of S3 in the BIOS - which didn't help.I have even tried to rollback the drivers to the original shipped version - still same issue.Does anyone else have a solution to this, as it's really annoying?

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A large number of people have the same problem I have with the sleeping laptop that goes comatose (won't respond) and won't shut down properly.  I have installed the software driver update and have seen little improvement.  I have had this problem for months and have no doubt its shortening the product lifespan. Has HP come out with any updates to resolve?  If the problem cannot be resolved, there needs to be some type of product exchange program implemented or a refund issued.  I have had the HP Support Team work on my computer 3 times and a local computer company, with no success.  Please resolve.

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Ok so I have an HP 2159m 21" HDMI Monitor that keeps going to sleep unexpectedly, and does not turn on back on with mouse or keyboard movements, the only way I get it back on is to pull the cord from the back of my machine because the power button does not shut down the machine when this happens it is like frozen, I know it is not my settings because I have my power settings set to never go to sleep or turn of the monitor, and this happens when I am in the middle of doing something on my machine, I know it is not my Graffix card because I Installed a new one because I thought it may be the issue.

I have a Fan on the outside with the case side off blowing cool air on my hardware because if the case cover is on it shuts down within so many minutes sometimes of turning my machine on, my CPU seems to be working fine as with my HD, could this be my Motherboard or is their something I am missing? why doesn't the machine itself shut down if it is getting to hot? is it problems with my motherboard? grr this started happening like 2 months ago and I dont have the $ to go and buy another motherboard at the moment even thought hey are so cheap ;(

anybody had these issues in the past any suggestion is wanted?

A:Monitor keeps going to sleep unexpectidly, and does not turn on.......

Graphics card or CPU are getting too hot.
At least that is what it appears to be from your description.

Let me see if I can find some monitoring tools if no one else posts them first.
I'm using what came with my ASUS hardware so they won't work with your moboard.

I'll get back to you in a few minutes if no one else does first.

This gives you CPU and GPU temps plus a lot of other info.
SIV - System Information Viewer

You will see this towards top left of column. Left picture below
CurrentReleaseDownloads First one down siv.zip is what you need. It is not a big download.
After download extract files.
Inside folder you will see a blue magician figure next to SIV64X.exe click that to open.
Then you will see right pic below hopefully with temperatures as mine does. I circled the CPU and the GPU which is the bottom temp.
Hope that helps and works.
Post temps when you get them.

Mike

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My computer will go into the Sleep mode after a certain amount of inactivity. How do I turn of the timer on that function? The real problem is that when this occurs it locks up the system and I have to use the external Start button to close down the computer. The same thing occurs if I click on the Sleep button or Shut Down. I have a fairly new Compaq Presario w/512 RAM and 2.2Ghz speed. Is this a software or a hardware problem.
 

A:Turn of Sleep/No action function

Go to Control panel, and open 'power options properties'. In there, you can set the system to never shut down/sleep etc.

Scorp.
 

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Hi. I just built a new computer, and it has 4 case fans, with lights, and 2 lighted fans on the power supply. This is in my room, and awfully bright if I leave on. I've looked into fan speed controllers, but was wondering, is there a way to have them automatically turn off when I put my computer into sleep mode? I have a clear acryllic case, so thats my biggest problem right there. Thanks.
 

A:Can I have fans turn off automatically in sleep

If by sleep you mean standby, then you should be able to do that. In the bios, you should be able to select the suspend mode. Chose s3 rather than s1. s1 leaves the fans on, s3 turns them off.
 

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Hello, I have a brand new HP Spectre which has only been used a few times. When I close the lid of the laptop, it goes into sleep mode, similarly when I press the power button once it sleeps. My problem is that when I open the lid and press a key, or open it and press the power button again, the keyboard lights up, the fan goes mental, but the screen never turns on. I've left it for upwards of an hour before and it doesn't turn on. When I put the laptop in sleep mode also, after about 5 minutes the fan goes mad. This is awful for when I'm trying to transport my laptop without having to turn it fully off. Should I take it back as it's still under warranty? Or how can I fix this?

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Is there any way at all to have the notebook power down the USB ports on sleep? I have a Toshiba Satellite where this is a BIOS option, but the Pavillion BIOS is very sparse when it comes to user configuration and there is no such option.  I often connect a vavriety of peripherals via USB (logic analyzer, chip programmers etc.) and have to disconnect them if leaving the laptop on sleep. Prefer not to use hibernate either,

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This doesn't happen all the time but it stopped a while ago but started again recently. When I look at the screen really close I can see the log in screen but there is no back light. The computer still runs so I can plug it into another monitor and switch screen settings and restart it from there.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II N930 Quad-Core Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 5 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 4094 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6500M/5600/5700 Series, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476837 MB, Free - 10842 MB; E: Total - 99 MB, Free - 61 MB;
Motherboard: Acer, Aspire 7551
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
 

A:Screen doesn't turn on after sleep

looks like the back light has gone and needs replacing
 

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Short and sweet, they don't work unless I do it manually, and the sleep mode is known to randomly jump awake at times too.

Anybody else have this problem or know of something I have to turn on/off for it to work?
 

A:sleep mode / screen turn off

I found a problem like this after installing service pack 1. My problem was fixed after I updated my bios.
 

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Pretty self-explanatory by the title. I haven't had this problem until two days ago, and I Sleep my computer on a regular basis. This now happens about one out of three times I wake my computer.

The computer turns on, but the display doesn't. It's not the monitor--if I power it off and on, nothing changes, but it will turn on as usual after I forcibly restart my computer. Every time this happens, my only option is to hold down the PC's power button until it shuts off and then power it back on. I've also checked all the cables.

My guess is that it's the graphics card, though it's strange that it started recently--I haven't installed any video driver updates.

The only change I can think of is Windows 7 auto updates that installed recently (none were for the display, all were for "x64-based systems").

My graphics card is an EVGA 9600 GSO with 768MB DDR2.
Windows 7 x64
Hanns•G HH251 connected via DVI (video card end) to HDMI (monitor end) cable.

Another note: This only occurs with sleep. No problems with Hibernate (thus far, at least).

A:When wake from sleep, display won't turn on.

disable the sleep feature, use to happen to my fathers pc had to disable it from happening.Not sure how to fix it but its a quick fix for the moment till someone who knows more then i do responds

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The display and the sleep feature timers do not work. I just did a complete restore to try and correct this problem and another problem, which was no restore points and no ability to create one. The restore points are working for now, I mean that I was able to create a restore point. The display and sleep timer, not so, still a problem.

I've had this desktop Win8 computer since November and honestly I don't know if this has been a problem the whole time or not. Definitely, not the display, I know it has worked, but the sleep timer I'm not sure. I set the timer and just assume it sleeps and then goes into hibernation after a certain amount of time. With all the refreshing and restoring and changing over to this computer, I've not been paying much attention to the sound of the fan or the missing orange color on the power button (not visible, on the side of the computer).

I've set the timer through the Power Options feature in the Control Panel to 10 minutes for the sleep and to turn off the display to 3 minutes. Neither of them respond after set times. The computer is still wide awake and the display is not gone.

I have also gone to the "Change Advance Power Settings" menu box and turned off the hybrid sleep, which didn't help, and the Multimedia Settings in this menu box to turn on the setting "Allow The Computer To Sleep". Neither of these fixes did anything.

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A:Sleep won't turn off computer after set time

Try pushing...
+X then A to open CMD as admin

type...
POWERCFG /REQUESTS
Does anything come up? It will list services and drivers that are requesting the computer to stay awake.

If nothing, type...

POWERCFG /ENERGY
When the report finishes type...
MOVE ENERGY-REPORT.HTML C:\
This will move the file from the sys32 folder into the root of C so that you can open it.
Go to C drive root and open the report.

The report will tell you if something is preventing sleep.

Post your results of both reports if you'd be so kind.

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Description:
When I close the lid or put the PC to sleep, the screen will turn off, fans will continue to blow, led lights are on and PC gets unresponsive to mouse, keyboard and power button, so the only option I have in order to use my PC is to long-press the power button tu cut the power off. It's a common trouble with no clear answer. Sometimes, just sometimes it gets to sleep if I try when I just turn the PC on and logged in, after a few minutes or tasks it's impossible to sleep the computer.

I've tried:
FormattingUpdating drivers (with the manufacturer drivers, and after the format with Driver Booster 2 with no luck in non of those cases)Disabling windows media shareDisabling hibernate modeMany many changes in power optionsGetting RAM and SSD out and back on (deperation)Updating Windows

Background:
Problem started after I bought a SSD and install windows on it.

Specs:
Acer Aspire V5-561G (replaced the original 1TB HDD for a SSD Samsung 850 EVO 500GB)Intel i7-4500U8GB RAM DDRL3AMD Radeon R7 M265 2GB dedicated VRAM

CLUE!!!:
If i run powercfg it says that sleep mode S3, Hybrid, Fast boot and Hibernate is available, but S2 and S3 are not available because "the firmware of the system doesn't allow it" (translated from spanish).
Now, using dumppo on cmd as administrator:
Code:
dumppo admin


it says:
Code:
Min sleep state......:S1


So, as I read on a website, if that happened (having the min sleep state as S1) that might be the problem, so I cha... Read more

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Is there a setting some where that will keep the monitor from turning on when WMC scheduled recordings record while the computer is in sleep mode?

Right now if the machine is asleep and a scheduled recording starts, the monitor turns on. It doesn't show WMC, it shows what ever was on the screen when I put it to sleep.

I realize that I could turn off the monitor, but it just seems like there should be a better fix than that.

Thanks

A:Does monitor have to turn on if recording w/WMC from sleep

Thank you for all the views.

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New wrinkle.
Let's say I have some background programs running, maybe Defrag or somesuch. Maybe I want to keep the computer awake for a TV show I'm recording an hour from now.
So...
I turn off my monitor and walk away.

APPARENTLY my computer then enters sleep mode, or some other hybrid power option setting and ALSO disconnects from the internet. When I re-start the monitor, I have no internet connection, SKYPE has to re-connect and the background programs I mentioned have stopped.

All this from turning the monitor off?

Ideas?
Kevin

A:Computer goes to sleep when I turn the monitor off

Well, when turning a monitor off, there is no activity on the hard drive. Causing it to go into sleep mode to preserve energy. If, you use a battery that is. And yes, that can happen if the monitor is turned off. You shouldn't turn a monitor off if you are doing something. I don't know about the internet problem but I'll look for a solution.

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I just spent the last 30 minutes searching for this issue and can't seem to find anyone else who is having this problem.  The issue I'm having is that whenever I flip the lid to go into tablet mode, the machine seems to go into sleep or hibernate.  It doesn't do it 100% of the time, but it will always do it when I really need to go into OneNote to take some quick notes but instead waste time having to flip it around again, log in, and flip back into tablet mode a second time.  Occasionally, it will shut down completely instead of going to sleep, or resume but with a blank screen, forcing me to manually power it off by holding the power button, but these occurances aren't nearly as frequent as it going into sleep.  Another thing I noted is that when it resumes from the sleep mode it goes into, sometimes the Lenovo Battery Guage will show up with a red X, as though a battery isn't detected.  I find it odd because the machine functions just fine on battery.  If I plug in the AC power in this state, it will recognize the AC power as plugged in, but the battery gauge's status of "no battery" does not change.  If I open the battery app, it properly detects the battery and its charge level.   Things I have done to attempt resolution:* Disable all sleep/hibernate mode options in Windows Power Manager* Checked all applicable settings in the Lenovo Settings app* Ensure system was up to date with all Windows Updates, as well as... Read more

A:X1 Yoga going to sleep after flipping lid

I guess I've come up with a diagnosis and a partial solution.   The problem apparently was the computer constantly failing to see the battery installed.  It would randomly detect the battery as not being installed, even when I was on battery and the machine stayed on just fine.  The battery has been functioning perfectly in the sense that I could operate off of AC power without issue, but the Power Gauge would show no battery being detected, then eventually it would come back and be fine, showing the proper charge level.   The reason the machine kept "turning off", or in this case Hibernating, was because Windows is set to either go to Sleep or Hiberate when it reaches the "Critical battery action" percentage in the Power Manager.  Because the battery would no longer be detected, the "Critical battery action" would kick in because it would think the battery is completely out of juice.  Unfortunately, Windows does not allow you to set this action to "Do nothing", offering only the options of "Sleep" or "Hibernate".   The partial solution:I followed a procedure I found for another model.  It involved the following steps: 1) Go into the BIOS2) Disable the battery3) Shut down machine and disconnect the battery4) Plug in AC power and boot into the OS5) Shut down the machine, disconnect AC, and press the power button 10 times6) Reconnect the battery and AC and boot into Windows So far, after doing that proce... Read more

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Hi everyone,  I bought a Yoga 920 about a month ago, and in the last week or so have had an issue with the computer's sleep function. Essentially, when I put the computer to sleep (either by shutting the lid or clicking using the mouse or pressing the power button), after a few minutes, it will not wake like you would expect it to do so under regular operation. The only way to awaken the laptop is to hold the power button and do a hard reset. This has caused me to have to do a hard reset multiple times a day.  The issue appears to be similar to this: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/forums/v3_1/forumtopicpage/board-id/ll06_en/thread-id/34896  Has anyone had a similar problem? What solutions are there? 

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Anyone else having a problem with it not waking up from sleep? I put it to sleep, the screen goes black and the keyboard is still lit up. I try to press the Windows logo on the screen or the power button and nothing happens. I feel the vibration but that is it. What I find funny is that I can still turn on and off the backlit keyboard.

A:Yoga 2 Pro not waking up from sleep

Yeah, so it eventually turns off on its own to the point where the Windows logo below the monitor no longer vibrates when pushed and I have to power on the machine. Might just do a restore and see what happens from there...

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I have an issue with my Lenovo Yoga 90013ISK (with Windows 10).The laptop goes into sleep mode after about 2 minutes if i do nothing on the laptop. (If i listen to music or watch a video, it does not go into sleep mode)It also only happens, if i wake the laptop up from the sleep mode. (If i shut it down and restart afterwards, it will not go into sleep mode) I updated all drivers and also tried to adjust all settings in the powermanagement-module, but nothing changes.

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A:WHere is the sleep button on the yoga 460

Do you mean a physical button? I've made a quick scan through both the Yoga 460 hardware manual and the user guide, and I can find no reference to a "sleep button". Where do you see such discussed/hinted at?
 
Regards.

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Just got a brand new Yoga 710 w/ Win 10 Pro and the system just shuts down when put to sleep.Happens when:- I close the lid (even if "close lid" power option is set to sleep), or- I select the "Sleep" option from the Start [equivalent] menu, the system immediately shuts down (within seconds),- Leave the system idle for 5 min (what sleep timeout is set) And since it shuts down:- I lose any open document, applications running, etc. Also, on restart, Windows occasionally will also complain that it wasn't shutdown properly, starts to scan disk, etc. This is really BAD!- Pressing the mouse or keyboard doesn't do anything and only pressing the power button will get it working again (and I see the Lenovo BIOS logo, etc.).It feels like the OS is trying to go to sleep, but the laptop is shutting down instead. I tried calling Lenovo customer service but the response was really really unacceptable:- First tried to disable sleep completely and saying that that since this is a new machine so that should be okay.- I asked what about battery life if I don't use the laptop (say overnight) for a while -- response was I should shutdown the laptop. I checked the power option, tried disabling hibernate, disable fast boot, etc. and other suggestions from searching the forum but nothing worked.   Also checked BIOS settings but there's not much that can be changed (which is rather surprising).Drivers are BIOS are up-to-date. Any other ideas?  Any one else seeing this i... Read more

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Hey everyone, I was wondering is it normal for the fan to be still running after I put the laptop to sleep? It happens both with clicking "Sleep" in the Start Menu and closing the lid. I can see the think red dot starting to blink but the fan still runs for about 30 seconds or so with hot air pumped out. I've never noticed that with the X1 Yoga 2nd Gen. Is this a new feature or a new bug...? Thanks a lot! Jack

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I've had this happen a few times and only when I least expect it.  I thought that perhaps it didn't like me disconnecting devices after shutdown but after several rounds of testing, I think the problem is closing the lid (which is set to sleep) but not always. Is anyone else finding that sometimes when the computer should sleep that it's shut down completely, without hibernating, thus resulting in a cold boot the next time it's started up? Each time it's happened, I've found the following event in the event log at the same time that I expected the computer to sleep, so I know that it's not a case of an attempt at hibernation that failed. Log Name:      SystemSource:        EventLogDate:          5/22/2017 5:11:59 PMEvent ID:      6008Task Category: NoneLevel:         ErrorKeywords:      ClassicUser:          N/AComputer:      FennelDescription:The previous system shutdown at 3:01:37 PM on ?5/?22/?2017 was unexpected.Event Xml:<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">  <System>    <Provider Name="EventLog" />    <EventID Qualifiers="32768">6008</EventID>    <Level>2</Level>... Read more

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Hello, My Yoga 900 has woken from sleep in my backpack multiple times. I have tried to find a setting to disable the keyboard while the computer is asleep, but I have not been able to find one. I have asked technical support about this problem and they too do not have a solution. I requested the agent I spoke with to pass along my request to the tech department and he agreed to do so. Is there some existing way for me to solve this issue? 













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A:Yoga 900 waking from sleep

Hello, Why don't you just put the Yoga to hibernation while in your backpack ?

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Hi all, I've had a Yoga 13 for nearly a full year now with no problems until recently, when the laptop has constantly failed to enter sleep mode when the lid is closed. As a result, the laptop will continue to run in my bag until the battery drained. It is not a problem of rewaking when closed, as the screen will remain on with lid closure and the laptop never enters sleep mode. Is there a way to tell if this is being caused by a software problem (recent update to 8.1) or if the hardware involved in sensing a closed lid is now faulty? Steps already taken:Usng advice from a previous thread, I have uninstalled the Lenovo Energy Management software - this does not solve any conflicts with Window's own energy management.Power options shows that device is supposed to sleep on lid closure - changing settings to hibernate did not cause machine to hibernate on lid closure either.Powercfg shows no wake timers, -devicequery wake_armed shows "RTL8723A 4.0 + High Speed Chip." However, these should only be impacting the problem if it was waking from sleep - my device never enters sleep in the first place. Thanks for the help - hopefully I can fix this while hanging on to this fantastic laptop.

A:Yoga 13 does not sleep on lid closure

I know I'm digging up an old post and I'm not sure if you've figured it out. I also had this problem and I think I've 'fixed' it. When I was trying to diagnose the problem, I too tried to watch the screen closely as I closed the lid. I noticed that right before the magnets click together, I saw a notification appear on the screen. If you open the lid again fast enough, you might be able to see the message. The message I saw was a digalog box asking me if I wanted to enable tablet mode. This made me think that for some reason, the laptop thought I was actually folding the screen backwards (into tablet mode) when I was actually closing the lid. What I did was to fold the screen all the way back, waited for the computer to show the dialog box, I chose an answer (I think I chose 'Always ask'), and then folded it back into regular laptop mode. I closed the lid, the screen turned off, and the computer went into sleep mode (the setting I chose in Power Options). Hope this helps.

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I sold my Yoga 460, and downgraded to the Yoga 12, now the Fn + 4 does not put to sleep. Any solution?
 
Mod's Edit: Additional information added to Subject line for clarity of issue and moved post to its own thread.
 

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I have a Yoga X1 (1st generation).  I have the screen set to max brightness.  When I wake the laptop from sleep, the screen is always dim for a few seconds before going to 100% brightness.  I would like the screen to start at 100% brightness.  How do I prevent it from starting dim.  (Note: I have adaptive brightness turned off and I tried going into the Intel Graphics Settings and changing the Power Plan to Maximum Performance.  These interventions didn't solve the problem.)

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I have a Yoga Pro 2. i7, 512 GB harddrive(the most expensive one).  The computer will not wake up from sleep mode. I have tried modifying the sleep settings. I have updated all the drivers(this laptop is less than 2 weeks old). If I use the settings on the laptop or if I close the lid, it goes into sleep mode. But Nothiong I do short of doing a hard restart will bring if out of sleep. Does anyone have any suggestions to overcome this.  Thanks. 













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A:Yoga Pro 2 Sleep Mode

So I just updated the non essential microsoft updates, and sleep mode seems to work again.... If anyone is having this issue try this to see it if helps. 

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I cannot get the Y2P to shutdown or sleep. When I try to shut down it powers off but after about 2 seconds it turns itself back on and boots up. Same thing happens when I try to sleep. Please help! I've tried pretty much everything I could find online including the following: Turn off wake on lan on the network adapterTurn off auto restart on windows errorsUpdated biosUpdated driversDisabled all non microsoft servicesFactory reset of the OSWent through every device in device manager and turned off "Allow this device to wake the computer"powercfg /lastwake (shows nothing) Anyone have any other suggestions on fixing this problem? Shutting down isn't a huge deal as holding down the power button will eventually turn it off. But not being able to sleep the laptop when I close the lid is a deal breaker as the battery constantly drains.













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A:Yoga 2 Pro will not shutdown or sleep

Can you take a screenshot or send us the Windows Event Viewer System logs? The source of the problem might be found there.Also try accessing the BIOS settings, make sure LAN wake and Magic packet and similar things are disabled.

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Hi there, I'm not sure if this topic's been brought up since I couldn't find it. But I recently purchased the Yoga 920, and everything works fine except that the laptop goes to sleep after some time on it's own. I've changed the power settings for both screen lid down as well as the "put computer to sleep" to "nothing" and "never" respectively and it still happens. Even in my advanced power settings, there's only a very limited power menu. Also possibly related, there's only a "balanced" power plan, no battery saver or high performance. Regardless, it's driving me insane and any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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I had posted about this near the start of 2016 and then a BIOS update was released to fix the issue. The Yoga 900 wakes up from sleep when picked up and rotated. Previously, the issue was with the screen hitting the buttons and waking the laptop up. Now, I think it might have to do with rotating it when it is asleep. I do not have this problem if I rotate the laptop as it is going to sleep, only if I pick it up after it has gone to sleep. I have been having this issue since the last BIOS update was released. Is there some way to fix this problem? If not, can an update be released to fix the issue? If I need to clarify something about the problem, please let me know. 

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