When I put my desktop computer in sleep mode I can simply wake it up by pressing a button on the keyboard. Easy! But whenever there's a power outage the computer needs to do a complete boot up to start up again, effectively loosing all my unsaved data.
It's as if it was previously shut down (as opposed to going to sleep mode), even though I had it put to sleep before the power outage. So it should be off already, but only in sleep mode, when the power is cut.
I also get the Windows Error Recovery screen on boot up and I can't wake it up by pressing a button on the keyboard. Instead, I have to press the power button.
Is this normal behavior? How can it "crash" when it's already powered off? Sleep mode doesn't use any power?! Or does it?...