How to Fix When Windows Shuts Down Instead of Sleep?

by Karen Jodes technology world

Sleep Mode is very convenient for users who spend a lot of time on the computer. However, sometimes, instead of going to the sleep mode, the system shuts down. If you are facing this issue, then read on and check out the potential solutions.

Check the Power Settings of the System

  1. Hold the Windows and R keys altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Run section.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘ms-settings:powersleep’ into it and select the OK button.
  3. Once you reach the screen of ‘Power and Sleep’ and then choose the ‘Additional power settings’ option.
  4. Once you reach the menu of Power Options, select the ‘’Choose what the power button does’ option.
  5. Then modify the values for all these options ‘When I press the power button to Sleep, When I press the sleep button’ and ‘When I close the lid.’
  6. You should click on the ‘Save changes’ option.
  7. Now, look at whether modifying these settings ordered the issue out. Otherwise, attempt the next solution.

Update the IMEI

  1. Hold the Windows and X keys altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Windows + X menu.
  2. Then select the Device Manager
  3. Once you reach the screen of the Device Manager, select the System Devices option.
  4. Go to the ‘Intel Management Engine Interface,’ and right-click on it, then choose the Properties option.
  5. You should click on the Driver section and then choose the Uninstall Device option.
  6. Later, reboot the system.
  7. Now, you can download the newest IMEI driver version.
  8. Finally, pursue the directions to finish the setup.

Check BIOS and Ensure that Power Saving Mode is Turned On

  1. You should reboot the system and hold the suitable button to enter the BIOS.
  2. After that, browse for the option of ‘Power Saving Mode’ and turn it on.
  3. You have to store and shut the BIOS.
  4. Now, in case the option was turned on, then pursue the next process.

Run the Windows Power Troubleshooter

  1. Hold the Windows and X buttons altogether over the keyboard to invoke the Win + X menu.
  2. Once you reach the Settings screen, choose the Update and Security.
  3. Click on the Troubleshoot option and choose the ‘Power’ through the left menu.
  4. Later, select ‘Run the troubleshooter’ and pursue the steps.
  5. Now, look at whether this solves the issue.

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