Windows 11 not saving state after power loss

Midi_Amp

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Hi all, I'm running Windows 11 insider build 22483 rs prerelease 211015-1431.

Seems like whenever there's power loss when my PC went to sleep, it starts a cold boot. Previously on my Windows 10 latest update, when my PC went to sleep and there's power loss, it starts again with previous state saving all my opened folders and opened apps. I didn't change any setting except for BIOS update that forced the TPM 2.0 module.

Frankly I don't know about BIOS settings, I only know how to turn one XMP profile and change fan curve plots, other than that I never touch anything. Should there be a BIOS settings I have to tinker or does Windows 11 update had anything to do with it?

Thanks in advance.
 
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No its not your bios settings fault many people are facing this problem and in next few updates this problem will be addressed by Microsoft so wait for it and simply no need to play with your system critical settings....
 

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