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Re: MY asus pc continues to not wake up. I have to
POWER OPTION control panel---->power options--->change plan setting---> Turn off the display-never Put the computer to sleep-never control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->advanced power setting -set hard disk "turn off hard disk after" to never -set Sleep "Sleep after" to never -set hybrid sleep setting to off -set hibernate after setting to never Restart pc POWER OPTION control panel---->power options--->change plan setting---> Turn off the display-never Put the computer to sleep-never control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->advanced power setting -set hard disk "turn off hard disk after" to never -set Sleep "Sleep after" to never -set hybrid sleep setting to off -set hibernate after setting to never -set display to never Restart pc
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The power button is the key to your problem. Just pressing it should wake your computer from sleep or hibernate mode. Alternatively hold the power button down for up to 10 seconds and the machine will power off. Wait for a minute or two and pressing the power button again should reboot the computer.
To help you with this you can get an operating guide to your machine here: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/X450CA/E_eManual_X450VC_CC_CA_VER7926.pdf
You can save it to your computer for future reference, and perhaps a second one so that you can look at it in the event that you can't get into your Acer for any reason!
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Press the Power button. Then Restart (or if the computer Starts on its own). On homepage, Right click, then select Personalization. Select Screen Saver, then choose "Change Power Settings" under Power Management. Power Options screen will let you make a variety of choices, including when the computer sleeps. Be sure to save your actions.
Check in power options and the CMOS settings for anything USB related and disable anything that would cause USB to sleep or power save, make sure legacy USB is on, then check your Windows power options for the same, disable anything to do with USB power saving. If all else fails, go to ASUS website and go to the drivers and downloads section, download the latest BIOS revision for your model and update your BIOS.
Try this simple solution- press on the power button for a very long time, until the laptop stops working.
After the computer shuts down, turn it on again and look for the sleep settings, sometimes the computer is too eager to turn off the display. You'd be surprised how many computers have troubles waking from their sleep (maybe they need to call the charming prince). Anyhow, check the settings for the computer's sleep. I always ensure that my laptop won't independently fall asleep, always by button.
check it one by one first is remove the ram, then then restart it, if nothing use another vga card ..insert the ram and then start again.. else..reset it by removing the battery in few second the start again until you find the couse of that problem..
I have had similar problem. I found, by trial and error, that using Windows hibernate mode actually works every time! Windows makes a "System screen shot" and stores it on hard drive and then powers off. Just be aware that you must ensure enough hard drive space for this. I am using this mode every day now.