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Usually pressing the power button once will wake a computer from sleep. Often all that is needed is a mouse movement or hitting the enter key. If your are in Hibernation mode as opposed to sleep mode
The key stroke(s) needed will be in the Power Settings section of control panel.
If it is in sleep pressing any key or moving the mouse will generally wake it up. If you left the computer unplugged in sleep mode then it most likely ran out of power. If your using hibernate I would recommend not using it as it has so many issues.... :) If you have to hit the power button to wake it up then it's either shutdown or in hibernate. FYI there will generally be an amber light on to indicate sleep mode. If no lights it's most likely not in sleep mode. Comment if you need additional assistance.
1. you will need to go into you BIOS settings for the mother board to disable the sleep mode. 2. You also have a " sleep mode" in your Windows environment. Check how to in the "help and support" link at the start button or Windows Orb ( for Windows 7)
Usually, to wake from sleep pr hibernate, you just need to press the "Power" button of your laptop. It will not turn it off or restart the laptop if it is in the "sleep" or hibernate mode. Pressing any key usually wake it up. The default way is to press the power button as if turning it ON for the first time.
press and hold the power button down for about 5 secs. The computer will shut down. Restart it and right click on the desktop, go to properties then look for screensaver tab , then choose power options, click on hibernation tab at the top and uncheck enable hibernation. Or choose stanby options and choose a longer time before the computer goes to sleep.