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So after trying everything on the internet to "fix"fix the problem, my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computer out of its deep sleep.
So after trying everything on the internet to "fix"fix the problem, my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computer out of its deep sleep.
 
1. Repeated the steps of removing the power adapter, removing the battery, holding the power button for 5 seconds, and reinserting the power adapter. I forgot the name of this reset but it is the one that pertains to power states.
 
2. Nothing happened. I desperately repeater this multiple times and finally decided to give it a try with the battery reinstalled. IT WORKED!
 
SUGGESTION: This is purely anecdotal but I believe putting the once completely drained battery through a couple recharge cycles may allow it to re-calibrate itself.
 
NOTE: My best guess at what changed from the dozens other attempts is that my battery was now drained down to approximately 15-20%. Out of frustration I believe I must have previously left things unplugged. Being drained and then charged a little may have allowed the battery's controller to discover that it is indeed not dead and safe to use, thereby signally to the computer that it is okay to resume from sleep, I don't know?
 
I hope this helps!
 
In Christ,
 
Rock

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So after trying everything on the internet to "fix" the problem ,myproblem, my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computer out of its deep sleep.
So after trying everything on the internet to "fix" the problem ,myproblem, my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computer out of its deep sleep.
 
1. Repeated the steps of removing the power adapter, removing the battery, holding the power button for 5 seconds, and reinserting the power adapter. I forgot the name of this reset but it is the one that pertains to power states.
 
2. Nothing happened. I desperately repeater this multiple times and finally decided to give it a try with the battery reinstalled. IT WORKED!
 
SUGGESTION: This is purely anecdotal but I believe putting the once completely drained battery through a couple recharge cycles may allow it to re-calibrate itself.
 
NOTE: My best guess at what changed from the dozens other attempts is that my battery was now drained down to approximately 15-20%. Out of frustration I believe I must have previously left things unplugged. Being drained and then charged a little may have allowed the battery's controller to discover that it is indeed not dead and safe to use, thereby signally to the computer that it is okay to resume from sleep, I don't know?
 
I hope this helps!
 
In Christ,
 
Rock

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So after trying everything on the internet to "fix" the problem my,my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computercomputer out of its deep sleep.
So after trying everything on the internet to "fix" the problem my,my computer "magically" fixed itself. I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computercomputer out of its deep sleep.
 
1. Repeated the steps of removing the power adapter, removing the battery, holding the power button for 5 seconds, and reinserting the power adapter. I forgot the name of this reset but it is the one that pertains to power states.
1. Repeated the steps of removing the power adapter, removing the battery, holding the power button for 5 seconds, and reinserting the power adapter. I forgot the name of this reset but it is the one that pertains to power states.
 
2. Nothing happened. I desperately repeater this multiple times and finally decided to give it a try with the battery reinstalled. IT WORKED!
 
NOTE: My best guess at what changed from the half a dozen other attempts is that my battery was drained down to approximately 15-20%. Out of frustration I believe I must have previously left things unplugged. Being drained may have allowed the battery's controller to discover that it is indeed not dead and safe to use, thereby signally to the computer that it is okay to resume from sleep?
 
SUGGESTION: This is purely anecdotal but I believe putting the once completely drained battery through a couple recharge cycles may allow it to re-calibrate itself.
 
NOTE: My best guess at what changed from the dozens other attempts is that my battery was now drained down to approximately 15-20%. Out of frustration I believe I must have previously left things unplugged. Being drained and then charged a little may have allowed the battery's controller to discover that it is indeed not dead and safe to use, thereby signally to the computer that it is okay to resume from sleep, I don't know?
 
I hope this helps!
 
In Christ,
 
Rock

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So after trying everything on the internet to "fix" the problem my computer "magically" fixed itself.  I will outline what I was doing that woke up my computer.

1. Repeated the steps of removing the power adapter, removing the battery, holding the power button for 5 seconds, and reinserting the power adapter.

2. Nothing happened. I desperately repeater this multiple times and finally decided to give it a try with the battery reinstalled.  IT WORKED!

NOTE:  My best guess at what changed from the half a dozen other attempts is that my battery was drained down to approximately 15-20%.  Out of frustration I believe I must have previously left things  unplugged.  Being drained may have allowed the battery's controller to discover that it is indeed not dead and safe to use, thereby signally to the computer that it is okay to resume from sleep?

SUGGESTION:  This is purely anecdotal but I believe putting the once completely drained battery through a couple recharge cycles may allow it to re-calibrate itself.

I hope this helps!

In Christ,

Rock

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