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Sleep issues .......again.....

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So sleep was working on my computer.

Been doing overclocking, had to reset the bios yesterday. Didn't notice anything......

But today it wont wake from sleep.

1. When I go into sleep, the powers buttons flashes continuously. IT HAS NEVER DONE THIS.
Feels like the hibernation my laptop does, with the button flashing.

2. When I attempt to wake it, powers comes back on. FLASHING CONTINUES of the power led.
No display. Its like windows gets stuck waking up.

Now:

I have disabled hibernation and hybrid sleep. No idea why it acts like hibernation.....

Any suggestions or help?
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FOUND IT.

CPU VDDA voltage - 2.5v normal.

I had lowered it and tested stability with no ill effects to try and help with heat. Apparently with it lowered the systems does not wake from sleep.

Weird
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