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Laptop sleeps while rendering

New Here ,
Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018

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Hey guys,

I'm working with Adobe Premiere CC 2018 and I could be doing anything in the program, like adding effects or rendering, and the laptop will sleep while I'm moving the mouse. Since it happens during mouse activity, it rules out a power issue. I've found other threads with this problem, but no solution. Has anyone had this problem? It takes me triple the time to finish my work and I need my laptop for quick exports.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018
Have you gone into the Windows settings panel to tell your laptop to never sleep?Does your laptop have a BIOS setting to set to never sleep?

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Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018

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Have you gone into the Windows settings panel to tell your laptop to never sleep?

Does your laptop have a BIOS setting to set to never sleep?

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LEGEND ,
Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018

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Screensavers are fine, but I recommend an edit system not use Sleep, Hybernate or other such power saving features.  Set it up so the machine remains at full power whenever it's on.

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Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018

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The U.S. Dept. Of Health And Human Services, along with the United Nations International Human And Animal Health Organization, has found that at least 12 hours of sleep per day is paramount to good health and life longevity. Animals ( mice ) and humans (people) need to sleep more than they do these days.

A laptop and it's mice, and it's human owners, are therefore FORCED by Microsoft to sleep as often as possible, including when they are actually working.

Screen savers, Power saving options, going into 'Stand-By' mode, and a general lack of personal good habits re: sleep, has forced Microsoft to make you sleep and put your laptop and mice to sleep every few minutes.

Get used to it !

: )

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Jul 15, 2018 Jul 15, 2018

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While you are sleeping while working, along with your laptop and mice, you will be happy to note that Bloomberg will make it impossible for you to buy coca cola, own a gun, live in an affordable apartment, afford schooling for your children, and afford health care ! This is because you better take better care of yourself and sleep a lot !  Then you will be healthy wealthy and wise, and will stop being a drag on society like everyone except Bloomberg.

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whoops, sorry, I have no idea how those posts got there. I musta been sleep walking or something !

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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I have it set to not Sleep, but I do have to have Hibernate enabled for the battery backup to work properly during a power outage

I do let my monitor Sleep, however.

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New Here ,
Aug 22, 2021 Aug 22, 2021

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Hey Rashedw, were you able to ever find a solution for this.  I'm running on  a mac book pro 2018, decently spec'ed out.  On Adobe Premiere 14.9 (Premiere 2020). I must have a corrupt file but i'm having same issue . 3 times now, i was rending in and out, and the computer just shuts down.  when i turn on the computer, Premiere is frozen and i'm forced to Force quit, but the mac itself displays as if it just woke up.  Please let me know if you found a solution.

 

1. i've cleared my cache

2. imported that sequence into a new project.

 

Thanks for you or anyone's help on this.

 

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