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GurhanB
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Probook 450 G2 Sleep/Restart/Hibernate Problem

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Probook 450 G2
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have added an SSD (Samsung SSD 860 EVO 250GB (232.9 GB)) to my notebook. I have installed the SSD on main HDD place and removed DVD and placed HDD with a caddy. I have installed windows 10 pro fresh with digital activation. I have installed all the latest drivers . ı wanted also to upgrade the bios (Current Bios:Hewlett-Packard (version: M74 Ver. 01.54; date: 3/3/2020)) wich according to the HP assistant is the latest one. After installation i started to have problems when trying to restart the computer shuts down to a level where it dows not restart and unless i interviene by holding down the power button it eill not shutdon to be restarted. Shutdown acts the same. When i close the lid it will not start where , left its almost  the same. I have made an extensive search and tried almost everything proposed and i really got frustrated. I have seen  a similar post

 

 https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebooks-Archive-Read-Only/Notebook-sleep-restart-shut-down-problem-W...

in which as far as i understand could not find a solution to this issue. It would be kind if anyone from the community or a proffessional from HP help us solve this frustrating and funny problem.

 

Kindest Regards

 

Gurhan B.

 

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