Does your computer go to sleep randomly or after 2-3 minutes of inactivity and for no apparent reason? If so, follow the instructions to fix the problem.
Some users have reported that their computers go to sleep randomly or suddenly after 2-3 minutes of inactivity. The problem can occur on laptops or desktop computers and usually occurs after updating Windows 10 to the latest version.
In this guide, you’ll find instructions on how to stop Windows 10 from going to sleep randomly or after 2 minutes of inactivity.
How to fix: Windows 10 goes to sleep after a few minutes of inactivity or at random times.
Caution: If you have a laptop computer and it randomly goes to sleep, make sure you don’t wear anything with a magnet (such as a magnetic bracelet) on your hand, or have anything magnetic near your laptop (such as your cell phone). it has a magnet inside it). A magnet near the bottom corner can put the laptop into sleep mode because it thinks you’ve closed it! If you want to bypass this problem, see the end of this article.
Method 1. Prevent Windows 10 from going to sleep in power settings.
1. Type edit power plan in the search box, and then click It’s open.
2. In plan settings:
a. Installation Put the computer into sleep mode for Never and press Save changes.
b. press Change advanced power settings.
3. Expand in advanced power settings Sleep, apply the following settings and click OK:
Then sleep: Never
Enable hybrid sleep: Off
Method 2. Reset and reset power settings.
The next way to solve the random sleep problem in Windows 10 is to reset the active power plan to default settings and reset the sleep settings. For this:
1. Follow steps 1-3 of method 1 above to open advanced power settings.
2. press Restore the plan’s default settings and then press OK in the confirmation message:
3. Restart go to your computer and then follow the instructions in Method 1 above to reset your sleep settings.
Method 3. Fix Windows 10 Sleep Timeout Using Registry Editor.
The next way to solve the “quick sleep” problem in Windows 10 is this turn on the System Unattended Sleep Time* inside Power options after modifying the system registry.*
* Information: The The system will time out unattended power setting – the idle time after an unattended wake-up before the system returns to a low-power sleep state.
1. Opening Registry editor. For this:
1. Press at the same time Win + R buttons to open the run command window.
2. Stand up regedit and press Enter To open the registry editor.
2. In the registry, go to:
3. In the right pane, open Attributes REG_DWORD.
4. Change the value data to 2 and press OK.
5. Close the registry editor.
6. Now follow steps 1-3 of method 1 above to navigate Advanced power settings.
7. Expansion Sleep and install The system will time out unattended to a higher value (eg 30 minutes).
8. Click OK and you’re done!
How to prevent your laptop from going to sleep when you close the lid:
1. Type cover in the search box, and then click It’s open for Change what capping does.
2. put the When I close the lid setting to Don’t do anything to both On the battery and Networked and press Save the changes.
That’s it! Which method worked for you?
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