Re: Laptop Sleep Problems
Have you made sure that all the latest updates have been installed through Windows Update? Also, what happens when you manually set your computer to sleep via the start menu? Does the system wake up properly afterwards? Further, is hybrid sleep enabled (i.e. sleep with hibernation), and if so, have you tried disabling it to see if the system sleep and resumes properly?
I've had a similar problem, but with Windows Vista on a HP NX7300 Business Notebook I previously owned. After waking the computer from sleep, the display would occasionally fail to turn on, but the system would resume successfully. Sometimes, closing and re-opening the lid (or tapping the switch which senses when the lid is closed) re-enabled the display, but failing this, I would have to reboot the laptop. I never did manage to find a solution to the problem, but you might have better luck!
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