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njnbat
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How to wake HP x360 S102tu from sleep without opening the lid

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HP x360 S102Tu
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i am using HP X360 s102tu with an external monitor. Have changed the setting to Do Nothing when i close the lid. 

 

To wake the laptop from sleep I need to press the power button but at the same time i have to open the lid as well. 

 

Is there a way i can achieve this without opening the lid ? 

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banhien
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@njnbat 

 

Probably you have to allow your mouse or keyboard to wake it up as shown (my example is keyboard):

 

        kb allow.png

 

(a) Open Device Manager,

(b) Go to Keyboards,

(c) Right clic and select Properties

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BH
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Hi 

i do not get the power management option tab in the driver. What can be done ?

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