Sleep is one of the essential parts of any computer. If you cannot access the sleep feature from your computer, then it might be frustrating. This issue occurs due to several reasons.

To fix this issue, you have to restart your operating system, download and install current updates of Windows 10. If you still have trouble with this issue, you need to do some troubleshooting. In this article, we will show you all possible solutions to fix this issue quickly and conveniently.

 

Check Power Settings Option

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button.
  2. Click “Power Option.”
  3. Click “Choose what the power buttons do.”
  4. Select “Change settings that are not available.”
  5. Select “Shutdown settings.”
  6. Locate “Sleep” and then click the checkbox to preview the Power menu.
  7. Select “Save Changes.”
  8. Now restart your operating system and then check the issue resolved.

Updates Drivers

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button.
  2. Click “Device Manager.”
  3. Click “Display Adapters” and then select the adapter name from the list to enable it.
  4. Now right-tap on your adapter name and then click “Update Driver Software.”
  5. Click “Search automatically for updated driver software.”

Now restart your operating system and then check for improvements. If you don’t have any drivers updates for your operating system, then right-tap on your “Graphic Card” driver, select “Uninstall” and restart your operating system.

Checking Availability of Sleep States

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Tap on “Start.”
  2. In the search field type “cmd” and hit the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
  3. Right-tap on the “Command Prompt” and then click “Run as Administrator.”
  4. Select “Yes” to confirm your command.
  5. On the prompt on your screen, you need to type “powercfg –a.”
  6. Tap “Enter”
  7. After the above process, available sleep states will appear on your screen.

Restore and Restart Power Plans to Default

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Tap on “Start.”
  2. In the search field, you need to type “cmd.”
  3. Right-tap on the “Command Prompt” and click “Run as administrator.”
  4. Select “Yes” to confirm your command.
  5. On the Prompt, you need to type “powercfg –restoredefaultschemes” and then hit the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
  6. The above process will reset your power plan settings to default, and the customized power plan will be removed.

Make Group Policy Change

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start.”
  2. Click “Run.”
  3. In the search field, you need to type “gpedit.msc.”
  4. Click, “OK.”
  5. Now type “User Configuration Administrative Templates Start Menu and Taskbar.”
  6. Double-tap on the “Remove and Prevent access to the Shutdown command.”
  7. Click “Disabled.”
  8. Double-tap the “Change Start Menu power button.”
  9. Click “Enabled.”
  10. Select “Shutdown.”

Switch a Local account and Rollback to Microsoft Account

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Click “Start.”
  2. Click “Settings.”
  3. Select “Account.”
  4. Move to “Your account.”
  5. Select “Sign in with a local account instead,” Then, you need to follow the on-screen instruction to create a local account.
  6. When you have login with a local account, you need to select “Settings” click “Account” and then hit “Your email and accounts” to sign with a local Account instead of Microsoft account.
  7. Here you need to enter your Microsoft details during the setup.

Rollback the Driver

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button.
  2. Click “Device Manager.”
  3. Click “Game controllers, Sound, and Video” and then select a video card or graphic from the list to enable it.
  4. Right-tap on the video card or graphic and then click “Properties.”
  5. In the Properties section, you need to click the “Driver” button.
  6. Click “Roll Back Driver” then you need to follow on-screen prompts.
  7. If there is no button available, that means there is no driver to roll back.

Uninstall and Reinstall Driver

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button.
  2. Click “Control Panel.”
  3. Select the “Programs” button.
  4. Locate and click on the names of your driver that appear on your screen.
  5. Click “Remove/Change” or Remove/Add” option.
  6. You need to confirm your command to uninstall your driver.
  7. When the driver uninstalls from your device, you need to restart your operating system to complete the uninstallation process.
  8. Now turn on your device and reinstall the video card or graphic driver.
  9. After the above process, you should get the solution.

Run Clean Boot

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. You need to log in as an administrator account.
  2. In the search field, you need to type “msconfig” and hit the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
  3. Click the “System Configuration” button.
  4. Locate the “Services” button.
  5. Click the “Hide all Microsoft services” box.
  6. Select “Disable all.”
  7. Navigate to the “Startup” button.
  8. Select “Open” Task Manager.
  9. Now you need to close “Task Manager” and then hit “OK.”

Run System Restore

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Select the “Start” button on your device.
  2. In the search field, you need to type “System Restore.”
  3. Select “Create a restore point” on the list appear on your screen.
  4. Here you need to enter your administrator account credentials or allow permission when prompted.
  5. Select “Choose a different restore point” in the system restore section.
  6. Select “Next.”
  7. Select a restore point created that before you have experienced the issue.
  8. Click “Text.”
  9. Hit “Finish.”