'reviving' my asus a

First you have to do a hard reset with your laptop. Remove the battery off the laptop and the AC adapter then press and hold the power button for around 20 secs. then put everything back together then turn it back on. Once inside windows you might want to disabled the Hibernate mode of your PC since it might result to the same problem your facing right now. Here's the steps you need to do.

1. Click Start then on the Search box type in Power Option and press enter.
2. In Power Option select Change plan settings on where the PC is set at (Balanced or Power Saver)
3. Once in Change settings for the plan: Balanced or Power Saver click on Change advanced power settings
4. Look for Sleep the under it look for Allow hybrid sleep and set it to )0 or never do the same thing with Hibernate after.
 
First you have to do a hard reset with your laptop. Remove the battery off the laptop and the AC adapter then press and hold the power button for around 20 secs. then put everything back together then turn it back on. Once inside windows you might want to disabled the Hibernate mode of your PC since it might result to the same problem your facing right now. Here's the steps you need to do.

1. Click Start then on the Search box type in Power Option and press enter.
2. In Power Option select Change plan settings on where the PC is set at (Balanced or Power Saver)
3. Once in Change settings for the plan: Balanced or Power Saver click on Change advanced power settings
4. Look for Sleep the under it look for Allow hybrid sleep and set it to )0 or never do the same thing with Hibernate after.
 

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