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02-18-2022 01:26 PM
You may need a bios or driver update to fix the sleep problem. Alternatively start using hibernate instead of sleep.
Your product ID is missing and I can only guess which is not good enought
Look for your product ID and go here https://support.hp.com/au-en/drivers/desktops
put it in and see if your bios and drivers are current.
I assume you have HP's support assistant. Bring it up and click on updates and follow instructions
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