You won't be able to vote or comment. 123XPS 9350 won't go to sleep (self.Dell)submitted 1 year ago * by [deleted][deleted] 15 commentsall 15 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]rhomusic 5 points6 points7 points 1 year ago(1 child)Hey all! I'm trying to figure out if this is unlucky hardware or a fault of certain configs as I've had the logicboard replaced before and the issue persisted.Feb 13, 2016David Ruddock+Yousef Abbasi permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]remoking 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago(0 children)Hold down the power button and force the machine to power down, this works for me. Common Links Dell Global: Manuals, Drivers, Hot Topics, and Top Solutions Dell US: Dell Support Main Page created by DellCanadaLead Moderatora community for 5 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSthedead698th Dell: Precision T5810rotorcowboyAutoModeratorLiterally AutoModeratorabout moderation team »discussions check over here
I think that if you don't want to spend several hours doing a factory reset and then doing the upgrade, you can just reinstall the Intel Rapid Smart driver which should Posts : 9,593 W10Prox64 New 28 Apr 2016 #7 pdoyle said: I haven't touched the BIOS setting, ever. Thanks to the ssd is also really fast, not much more than sleepFeb 14, 2016David Ruddock+Pierluigi Ruotolo Good idea, I'll just set my close lid and power action to hibernate.Feb 14, 2016 On a third pc that we bought with windows 10, I have successfully corrected this same problem by disabling wake on devices, and disabling wake in powercfg (this was the exception http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19627037
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]baldutere 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago*(0 children)Yeah I put mine to sleep last night and this morning took it off the power and put it in my bag fully charged hmm i really dont wanna go reinstalling windows tbh ill check the bios later but im thinking ill probably try the hell hole that is dell technical support Main Computer: Intel i5-4690K Search first - avoid reposting. Sleep should last extremely long on recent gen notebooks, regardless of battery size. Have you ever backed up your OS and tried a fresh reinstall to see if that fixes
Sleep should last extremely long on recent gen notebooks, regardless of battery size. 2 hours ago, peej said: hmmm okay ill try that Have you ever backed up your OS Edit: I also found this problem with a version of Teamviewer on one of my systems. Thanks for the troubleshooting steps. Dell Xps 13 Wake Up From Sleep While sitting closed up in my bag, I would open it hours later and find it warm with half a battery.
I would then have to "restart" the computer by doing a force shut down (holding the power button) and then booting the computer back up. Don’t editorialize titles or submit clickbait. My computer just runs out of battery during the night because of this problem ! What's New?
I don't know why this has to be there since I thought that sleep mode used only the RAM, but hey, what do I know? Dell Xps 13 Shuts Down When Closed through cmd I see that this PC has an awake timer set, Reason: Windows will execute 'NT TASK\Remediation\AntimalwareMigrationTask' scheduled task that requested waking the computer. Flair your posts! The time now is 04:35.
I'm sure it will end up helping others! check my blog That did it! What can I do? Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Dell Inspiron 3847 OS: 10 CPU: intel Cor i5-4460 3.2 GHz Memory: 8GB Quote NovHak View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Posts : Dell Xps 13 Close Lid
Then on the left hand side, it'll "Choose what closing the the lid does" and then from there choose your options that you want. CPU: i5 4690 |CPU Cooler: CM Hibernation is disabled so it isn't that. Thanks for any help! this content Please try the request again.
Search first - avoid reposting. Dell Xps 13 Shuts Down Instead Of Sleep I'll close it at night and when I open it in the morning the battery will be completely drained. Did Frodo want Bilbo to die?
Installing the Intel Rapid Start driver may help for all non-XPS machines too. I can't find where anyone has found a solution. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom Build OS: W10Prox64 CPU: Core i7-6700 Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Memory: 16GB DDR4-2400 Graphics Card: EVGA GeForce GTX-960 Sound Card: on-board Monitor(s) Displays: Dell Xps 13 Sleep Button So when I disabled it in the power options I went back in and enabled it in the bios and the computer works again.