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When the computer is left on, sometimes it goes into sleep mode and i have no idea how to turn it on.

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You could try the pressing the f4 tab,move the mouse around or if these does not work just turn it on again
hope this helps

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Try pressing a key on the keyboard (like spacebar). Or if that fails, try pushing the power button.

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Just hold the power button for two seconds and the computer will wake up

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