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PC boots straight into bios after going into sleep... Please Help

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Did a quick search online and it appears that may be caused by corrupt security settings.

 

Try removing your PIN, restart the system, and then setup a new PIN and test.

Hey,

So I build my pc recently... here are the specs https://pcpartpicker.com/list/PLqXQD 

So if I let my pc turn off into sleep and I wake it up by smacking my keyboard... it goes into BIOS. Or if I hit the power button after it goes to sleep... it will go into bios on boot.

Also in bios nothing shows up as a bootable device. But if I'm in bios and turn my pc of and on then it goes into windows like normal.

Please Help... Thank You!

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Hmmm sounds like there may be an issue with Windows sleep mode which could be a ram/ssd issue. Can you try using your PC with just one stick of RAM to see if that changes anything?

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1 minute ago, Raid Owl said:

Hmmm sounds like there may be an issue with Windows sleep mode which could be a ram/ssd issue. Can you try using your PC with just one stick of RAM to see if that changes anything?

Thanks for the response... well see I would love to do that but... It a really tight ITX pc... so any other options?

 

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Did a quick search online and it appears that may be caused by corrupt security settings.

 

Try removing your PIN, restart the system, and then setup a new PIN and test.

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47 minutes ago, Tech87 said:

Did a quick search online and it appears that may be caused by corrupt security settings.

 

Try removing your PIN, restart the system, and then setup a new PIN and test.

That would be quite interesting. I'd like to know if this fixes it.

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12 hours ago, Tech87 said:

Did a quick search online and it appears that may be caused by corrupt security settings.

 

Try removing your PIN, restart the system, and then setup a new PIN and test.

11 hours ago, Raid Owl said:

That would be quite interesting. I'd like to know if this fixes it.

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH! It actually worked! I'm very surprised that actually fixed it!

I really appreciate you taking your time and helping me. 

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