If youyour computer, then try to resume it, you may find that it does not work as you expected. This could be because suspend is not supported properly by your hardware.
If you suspend your computer and then press a key or click the mouse, it should wake up and display a screen asking for your password. If this does not happen, try pressing the power button (do not hold it in, just press it once).
If this still does not help, make sure that your computer's monitor is switched on and try pressing a key on the keyboard again.
As a last resort, turn off the computer by holding in the power button for 5-10 seconds, although you will lose any unsaved work by doing this. You should then be able to turn on the computer again.
If this happens every time you suspend your computer, the suspend feature may not work with your hardware.
If your computer loses power and does not have an alternative power supply (such as a working battery), it will switch off.
If you suspend your computer and then resume it again, you may find that your internet connection, mouse, or some other device does not work properly. This could be because the driver for the device does not properly support suspend. This is aand not the device itself.
If the device has a power switch, try turning it off and then on again. In most cases, the device will start working again. If it connects via a USB cable or similar, unplug the device and then plug it in again and see if it works.
If you cannot turn off or unplug the device, or if this does not work, you may need to restart your computer for the device to start working again.
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