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Much of the time to wake the framework up from rest you have to tap the spacebar or delicately tap the force button.
Anyway there is no compelling reason to take care of the PC.
On my PC I have it set to NEVER got the opportunity to rest on battery or connected,
Regardless of whether rest is off when you shut the "top" the screen goes off and the framework powers saves. So rest is an unnecessary capacity.
My recommendation is to set Power and Sleep to NEVER, at that point when you open it the screen snaps on and your all set.
I have my PC set up that way.
I am happy killing Hibernation work for you.
But even with my lid settings to do nothing the laptop will not wake up. Most of the time I have to hold the power button down for a while before I can get it to boot up.
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