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  1. Hi all, I have recently ran into a problem where my computer will not stay in sleep mode. This is something that used to work, but has stopped working recently. What has changed? I have been testing out new backup solutions: Paragon Hard Disk Manager Suite 15.Acronis True Image 2015.What have I tried The following steps failed to allow the computer to sleep properly (S3 I believe) monitors switch off, but PC doesn't. Uninstalled Paragon Hard Disk Manager, and uninstalled and reinstalled Acronis True Image 2015 (with and without the cleaner tool for Acronis).Uninstalled and reinstalled Kaspersky Internet Security 2015.Uninstalled and clean installed the latest Nvidia Geforce drivers: 347.52-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-whql.exe.Closed down all desktop sidebar gadgets.Turned off "Allow this device to wake the computer" on the mouse.Unplugged every USB device connected to the computer (front and back) apart from the mouse. I clicked sleep on the start menu with the mouse, and unplugged the mouse straight after.Tried to turn off "Allow this device to wake the computer" on the Network adapter (there is only one listed, Atheros), but couldn't because it is greyed out.Killed Samsung Magician and stopped it from running on Windows startup.sfc /scannow came back with no problems.Tried changing the Bios power management from auto to S3, I am using an Asus P5Q motherboard.I ran the following powercfg commands with output: powercfg -lastwakeWake History Count - 0.powercfg -requestsDISPLAY:None.SYSTEM:None.AWAYMODE:None.powercfg -devicequery wake_armedMicrosoft USB IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 (Mouse and Keyboard Center)Microsoft USB Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 (Mouse and Keyboard Center) (001)I have also checked in the event viewer for Power-Troubleshooter messages, but they are almost all messages that I expect, either USB hub (i.e. mouse / keyboard) or power button. I then ran the Windows Performance Toolkit with the commands given in the sticky post here. The command was xbootmgr -trace hibernate -traceFlags BASE+CSWITCH+DRIVERS+POWER -resultPath C:\TEMP. I have attached the summary_boot.xml and the summary_hibernation.xml file. The ETL file is too big to upload here. I cannot seem to attach the xbootmgr.log file ("You aren't permitted to upload this kind of file") so I will paste it in here as text: [2015/02/23-15:11:05.259] Performance Analyzer Power Transition Performance Testing Utility (Microsoft® Windows® Performance Analyzer) Version 6.3.9600 - © 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.[2015/02/23-15:11:05.261] Detected inactive Win7 physical (ReadyBoot) prefetcher (the SysMain service start type is 4).[2015/02/23-15:11:05.280] Starting trace...[2015/02/23-15:11:05.776] Enabled user-mode logging to 'C:\TEMP\hibernate_BASE+CSWITCH+DRIVERS+POWER_1_um_premerge.etl' for flags '0063715b-eeda-4007-9429-ad526f62696e+06184c97-5201-480e-92af-3a3626c5b140+dbe9b383-7cf3-4331-91cc-a3cb16a3b538+9c205a39-1250-487d-abd7-e831c6290539:2093088:0+5322d61a-9efa-4bc3-a3f9-14be95c144f8+43e63da5-41d1-4fbf-aded-1bbed98fdd1d+de7b24ea-73c8-4a09-985d-5bdadcfa9017+aea1b4fa-97d1-45f2-a64c-4d69fffd92c9+a68ca8b7-004f-d7b6-a698-07e2de0f1f5d+030f2f57-abd0-4427-bcf1-3a3587d7dc7d+49c2c27c-fe2d-40bf-8c4e-c3fb518037e7+d781ca11-61c0-4387-b83d-af52d3d2dd6a+6ad52b32-d609-4be9-ae07-ce8dae937e39:0:4+d8975f88-7ddb-4ed0-91bf-3adf48c48e0c:0:4+83ed54f0-4d48-4e45-b16e-726ffd1fa4af+8c416c79-d49b-4f01-a467-e56d3aa8234c:4194304:0+30336ed4-e327-447c-9de0-51b652c86108+63d2bb1d-e39a-41b8-9a3d-52dd06677588+1fd7c1d2-d037-4620-8d29-b2c7e5fcc13a+e23b33b0-c8c9-472c-a5f9-f2bdfea0f156+4ee76bd8-3cf4-44a0-a0ac-3937643e37a3+67fe2216-727a-40cb-94b2-c02211edb34a+e6307a09-292c-497e-aad6-498f68e2b619+2a274310-42d5-4019-b816-e4b8c7abe95c:96:0+a6ad76e3-867a-4635-91b3-4904ba6374d7:64:0+15ca44ff-4d7a-4baa-bba5-0998955e531e+206f6dea-d3c5-4d10-bc72-989f03c8b84b+e8316a2d-0d94-4f52-85dd-1e15b66c5891+331c3b3a-2005-44c2-ac5e-77220c37d6b4+9d55b53d-449b-4824-a637-24f9d69aa02f+0a002690-3839-4e3a-b3b6-96d8df868d99+8e92deef-5e17-413b-b927-59b2f06a3cfc+751ef305-6c6e-4fed-b847-02ef79d26aef+cfeb0608-330e-4410-b00d-56d8da9986e6'.[2015/02/23-15:11:05.776] Enabled regular logging to 'C:\TEMP\hibernate_BASE+CSWITCH+DRIVERS+POWER_1_km_premerge.etl'[2015/02/23-15:11:05.777] Changing power state...[2015/02/23-15:11:08.048] SetSystemPowerState failed with 0x00000002.[2015/02/23-15:11:08.059] Stopping trace...[2015/02/23-15:11:08.064] Stopping trace...[2015/02/23-15:11:08.910] Stopped kernel logger.[2015/02/23-15:11:09.068] Stopped user-mode logger.[2015/02/23-15:11:09.075] The trace you are capturing "C:\TEMP\hibernate_BASE+CSWITCH+DRIVERS+POWER_1.etl" may contain personally identifiable information, including but not necessarily limited to paths to files accessed, paths to registry accessed and process names. Exact information depends on the events that were logged. Please be aware of this when sharing out this trace with other people.[2015/02/23-15:11:25.614] Merged ETL file to 'C:\TEMP\hibernate_BASE+CSWITCH+DRIVERS+POWER_1.etl'[2015/02/23-15:11:25.621] Couldn't enter power state.The strange thing was the Performance Toolkit could not successfully call SetSystemPowerState. I got a dialog box back showing me the text highlighted in red. I haven't got around to writing my own program to test what happens when I call that system call. What worked (kind of) Through some more digging I found that either running powercfg -h off or by changing the power settings to disable hybrid sleep would allow the computer to sleep correctly. I then tried to hibernate the computer from the start menu, but I get the same result. Instant wake up. Switching on powercfg -h on or enabling hybrid sleep would bring back the problem instantly. I have rebooted inbetween running these commands and without and it has made no difference. I have 670GB free out of 1TB on my SSD drive so there is plenty of space for the hiberfil.sys file and it is currently sitting at 12.5GB What next? It seems that the Windows system call SetSystemPowerState is failing, and I don't know why, I did try searching in google for the error message in the xbootmgr.log file, but I didn't see anything useful. Also if someone wants to analyse my etl file I would be grateful too. Anymore ideas I would be glad to hear them. Thanks Grant summary_boot.xml summary_hibernation.xml
  2. Hi All I have scoured the internet to find a fix to my issue but unfortunately I cannot. I have posted to several communities I am a part of and none have been able to provide results. I have a Lenovo Yoga 13 netbook running Windows 8. History: I recently had some BCD issues where I accidentally altered my boot entries. However I fixed that and it now boots fine. I confirmed with another user from the Lenovo support forums that our boot entries are the same if not similar. In addition I have rebuilt them using bootrec and bootsect. After I fixed the BCD issue my PC has had issues shutting down, hibernating and sleeping. I'm not sure if it's related to the BCD issue, but it may be. Fixing the BCD involved a lot of booting from disks and is generally a bit messy. However, it can restart fine. It can also resume from a hibernated session, however it still hangs going into hibernation. Behaviour: Shutting down results in it seemingly exiting the programs (I know because sometimes it will say a certain program is stopping it from shutting down, do you want to force shut down), then it turns the screen off. However the fan still runs and the power light is still on. Referring to MagicAndre's guide, I think it is at the kernelshutdown stage Sleep/Hibernate is the same. What I've tried: I've looked at the recommended methods Turn off fast startTurn off dynamictickI've also rebuilt the BCD using bootrec and bootsect.I've tried startup repair from Windows Recovery, but that says it cannot find winload.efi (which seems to indicate to me that there are still BCD related issues).I've reset the BIOS.I've reinstalled drivers and run windows updateI've run it in safe mode with services and programs disabled. shutdown /s /f /t 0 doesnt workRemoved all peripheralsAnd others that've slipped from memory.Finally, I found the trace method today. I ran the shutdown trace but that simulated a restart so it ran smoothly. If I try to trace sleep or hibernate it crashes and the trace produces nothing. I've posted a question in that thread asking for help for that specific issue already. However my shutdown trace is attached in case anyone can glean anything from it. Yes I did try it with logmein disabled but that didnt work either! I've done my research, i've wracked my brain but nothing! Really hope someone is able to help. Appreciate your time to read this (long) post. Thank you!! summary_shutdown.xml

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