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Computer doesn't go into sleep mode properly (Asus Crosshair V Formula)

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So it seems like after updating to the latest mobo bios(1003), my computer now is having a problem going into sleep mode. Before I was able to press a button on my keyboard and make it go into sleep mode, turning off everything and only keeping the blinking power led on. But now When I do press the button, it goes into sleep but it keeps everything on but the monitor and the blinking power led on the case is the same.
This is the strange part, to make the computer exit sleep mode I have to press the restart button. Once it is pressed, the computer does it's usual restart but at the OS it boots up everything that I had on before it went into sleep.

I would have just downgraded to the earlier bios that worked but my computer was having some problems(BSODs). Now they have stopped. So any ideas on how to fix this?
Thanks in advance
Edited by raemen - 1/1/12 at 7:26am
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Before flashing your BIOS you should have written down all your previous settings. Compare the setting for sleep state in your current BIOS with the old stetings you wrote down. It should be under Power Options
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Before flashing your BIOS you should have written down all your previous settings. Compare the setting for sleep state in your current BIOS with the old stetings you wrote down. It should be under Power Options

I looked through the bios and nothing really seems to have changed, also the settings that are different don't have anything to do with sleep mode. I also don't have any "Power Options".
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