Start the command prompt (WIN+R → "cmd" → OK) and use this command to check what sleep states are available for your computer:
If it doesn't say
Hybrid Sleep in the list of available sleep states, you might need to update your graphics card drivers.
If that doesn't help, try running the troubleshooter and troubleshoot for power related problems
As for the screensaver issues, you might want to look into this. Some users seem to be facing these problems after installing Windows Update 2756872. If you have that update installed, try uninstalling it to see if that fixes the issues.
This solution will enable Windows machines (Vista or later) to start a batch file after resuming from sleep (possibly hibernation as well). The script will use PsShutdown to put the computer back to sleep after waiting for 15 minutes.
Download and install
Hibernate Trigger and
PsShutdown. Run PsShutdown at least once and agree to the license agreement.
psshutdown.exe to the folder where
Hibernate Trigger is installed
suspend.ini file present in the folder (open it using Notepad) and make sure it contains the following lines:
- Create a batch file in the folder called
GoToSleepAgain.bat and add the following lines in the script:
REM increase the timeout value if you need the computer to wait for more than 15 minutes
timeout /T 900
psshutdown -d -t 0
HibernateTrigger.exe. Make sure that it is running in the system tray. You might want to test it out by putting the computer to sleep manually and then waking it up again.