I just got a new computer (HP Spectre x360 13t) and I noticed that when Mulitplicity is running, I can't put the computer to sleep. It just immediately wakes back up. I don't have this problem on my older Dell precession m6400. My guess is maybe it has something to do with the new S0 sleep state?Either way, is there a way to prevent this? I can reproduce at will. When multiplicity is running, selecting sleep results in it immediately waking back up. With Multiplicity unloaded, the computer goes to sleep as expected.I should note that I currently have this set up as a secondary computer. I don't know if the problem is there if it's the primary. I will try it out.
I just changed my new laptop to be the Primary and I have the same issue. This is not going to be acceptable if I can't put my laptop to sleep (Imagine if I have to leave somewhere and put it in my bag really quick).Is there a setting or something I can do to help prevent this behavior?
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That would not be a problem as you would be away from the Primary.
Please ensure you do not have these enabled:
Sean DrohanStardock Support Manager
I would also recommend updating to the 3.55 release as it had changes for connected standby setups.
Ok, so:1) When I make the full switch, this new laptop will be my primary. So hopefully there is a solution in that scenario. (it will sit in a dock a lot and be mainly used for KVM instead of just KM duties across multiple monitors)2) I did have the "prevent.." one checked on my current primary and unchecked that. I did update my current primary to 3.55 and still no go (secondary was still on 3.55). The only solace is if I hit the power button again on the lock screen, it goes to sleep, but I would rather not have to do this.Thanks,Frank
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