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    G750JZ Goes asleep while using or in the middle of doing something

    Hello,

    This just started happening a few days ago....

    I'll be in the middle of doing something and my laptop turns off or goes to sleep.... I hit the power button and it comes back up immediately
    where it left off and the live television i may be watching or youtube video is still playing. The highest temp my cpu has gotten is 62 c so it isnt overheating

    I wonder if it really is shuting off and not going to sleep? Because i saw fast turn on is enabled, which i never knew i had till recently..

    can someone tell me whats going on??? It's not the GPU cause optimus is enabled.

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    Not sure if this really makes sense, but have you checked the setting for your display to turn off which is different from the standby setting?

    If you right-click your battery icon to check your power settings, you should be able to see what is going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homie22 View Post
    Hello,

    This just started happening a few days ago....

    I'll be in the middle of doing something and my laptop turns off or goes to sleep.... I hit the power button and it comes back up immediately
    where it left off and the live television i may be watching or youtube video is still playing. The highest temp my cpu has gotten is 62 c so it isnt overheating

    I wonder if it really is shuting off and not going to sleep? Because i saw fast turn on is enabled, which i never knew i had till recently..

    can someone tell me whats going on??? It's not the GPU cause optimus is enabled.
    Hi Homie22,
    Sounds like your display is just timing out, and turning off the display.
    Check your power plan setting, I think my JZ was set to "Balanced Recommended" by default.
    This power plan allows the display to time out (turn off the display) if you are running on battery power.
    Change your power plan to "P4G High Performance", this power plan prevents this time out from happening.

    Hope this helps you my friend?
    Good luck, and good gaming
    GottiBoi55
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