Inspiron 15r N5110 Sleep Issue
I just got my 15r a few weeks ago and as soon as I got it I noticed that when I tried to put it to sleep by closing the lid it would become stuck in a semi-sleep state (screen off, power light on, non-responsive, and it would begin to get very hot). The only way I found to get it out of this state was by holding the power button until it turned off or pulling the battery.
I recently replaced the standard hard drive with a new Solid State drive and thought that might fix it with a fresh install of Windows. However, it was soon doing it again. I began doing research. The things I have tried include:
- Going to powercfg -a through Command Prompt. It shows that S1 and S3 states are available and S2 is not. From my research, S2 is not needed for standard sleep mode.
- I disabled the webcam drivers. This fixed it temporarily but the problem reappeared. I checked and the drivers are still disabled.
- I uninstalled all drivers for Realtek. Restarted the computer. Then allowed Windows Update to reinstall the drivers. This worked for one time before the problem reappeared.
- Before I replaced the hard drive I was using it by telling it to hibernate instead of sleep when the lid was closed. This worked but I do not want to have to hibernate it every time I close it since it takes longer on wake up.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can give.