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System shuts off (crashes?) during sleep (Resolved).

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Best Answer spid4567 , 07 July 2021 - 07:12 PM

Interesting question!  There were 2 updates installed in June (KB4023057, KB5003637).   I read through the descriptions, and nothing seems to stand out.  But, I am hopeful... Go to the full post »


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I have had this PC for about 1 1/2 years.  Until recently, it would go to sleep, then wake up without any issues.  The last few weeks, sometimes, it is either shutting down or crashing when it should be sleeping.  I need to reboot the machine to get it back up.

 

There haven't been any issues, and I haven't added any new hardware in quite a while.  What could be causing this?  What should I look at?

 

Thanks!


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Have you checked the update history to see if any updates got installed around the time that the issue first happened.


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Interesting question!  There were 2 updates installed in June (KB4023057, KB5003637).

 

 

 

I read through the descriptions, and nothing seems to stand out.  But, I am hopeful updates will fix the issue.  So far, the PC went to sleep and woke up!  But, that is only a sample size of one.


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Be sure to create a new system restore point while the computer is behaving as it should do.


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