X140e keeps hibernating after telling it not to hibernate

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X140e keeps hibernating after telling it not to hibernate

#1 Post by mikey pizano » Thu Jan 22, 2015 9:28 am

Ok this is annoying me. I have set the "Hibernate after" setting to never, yet when I open the lid in the morning, it went into hibernation over night... Is there something I missed?
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Re: X140e keeps hibernating after telling it not to hibernat

#2 Post by rkawakami » Thu Jan 22, 2015 3:21 pm

A number of things come to mind:

- What OS are we talking about?
- I'm assuming that when you say you open the system in the morning, that it's been connected to an AC adapter the whole time. Double-check that your hibernate option is for when the system is connected to AC power.
- Exactly where, are you setting the hibernate timer to "never"? I believe you can get to a setting like that in two different places: Lenovo's Power Manager and Windows itself.
- What is "lid closed" option set to?
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Re: X140e keeps hibernating after telling it not to hibernat

#3 Post by mikey pizano » Thu Jan 22, 2015 5:30 pm

Whoops forgot the details! New toys will do that to you...

Windows 8.1. I set it under the power settings in Control Panel. Lid setting is set to sleep only. Where are the Lenovo power settings? I installed from scratch since it came without a hard drive. Also it is plugged in, hibernate on both is set to never.
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#4 Post by rkawakami » Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:41 pm

Okay, I've got next to nothing experience on Win8 so I don't know if there were any ThinkVantage tools to handle the power settings. From the sounds of it, you've hit all the right buttons.
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#5 Post by mikey pizano » Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:46 pm

Wouldn't care but don't wanna ruin my new SSD or waste 8GB of space for something I don't want.
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Re: X140e keeps hibernating after telling it not to hibernat

#6 Post by mikey pizano » Fri Jan 23, 2015 10:29 am

After digging around, I found there was another setting. IN THE AMD SOFTWARE! :eek:
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