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Sleep Mode

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HP All-in-One 22-c0xx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My computer doesn't sleep as 'deeply' as it used to do a couple of days ago. In the past, when I put it to sleep, all the noise would stop, and a slowly blinking white light was present under the screen. Currently, it seems to only sign out of the account and turn off the display while all background noise still going on.


I tried restoring the power option to default and disabling hybrid sleeping, but neither helped.

What am I missing here?

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Hi @rbn33


Welcome to the HP Support Community. I'd be happy to assist you with the sleep mode issue.


Let's try these steps -


Step 1 Hard Reset -

1) Shut down the computer, then disconnect the power cord from the rear of the computer.
2) Press and hold down the power button for at least 10 seconds, then release it. The power light indicator might turn on briefly then go out.
3) Reconnect the power cord, then turn on the computer to confirm if the issue is resolved.


Step 2 Enable the keyboard to wake the computer -

1) In Windows, search for and open the Device Manager.

2) Click the arrow next to Keyboards, and then double-click the name of your keyboard.


Keyboards selection in the Device Manager window


3) Click the Power management tab.

4) Select the box next to Allow this device to wake the computer. Click ok.


Step 3 Windows Updates troubleshooter -

Click on this link to run Windows Updates troubleshooter.


Step 4 Windows Updates -

1) In the search box, type and open Windows Updates.

2) Check for updates.

3) If the updates are available, click on install and restart the computer.


Step 5 HP Support Assistant Updates -

1) In the search box, type and open HP Support Assistant.

2) Check for updates.

3) If the updates are available, click on install and restart the computer.


Step 6 Troubleshoot using the Windows Power troubleshooter -

1) In Windows, search for and open the Control Panel.

2) In the Control Panel Search field, type troubleshooting.

3) Click Troubleshooting.

4) In the System and Security area, click Improve power usage.

5) Click Next to run the troubleshooting tool.


Step 7 System Restore -

1) Shutdown the computer.

2) Turn the computer back on again and repeatedly tap on the ESC until a Startup menu appears.

3) Press F11 once for System Recovery.

4) Choose the Keyboard Layout.

5) Click on Troubleshoot.

6) Go to Recovery Manager and click on System Restore.

7) Choose a Restore point or a Restore date when the computer was working fine. Click on OK to initialize the System Restore.


Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 


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