I have a failed video card so I've removed it and I've plugged my monitor directly into the motherboard's DVI slot. I had to go into the BIOS to change the Initiate Graphic Adapter from "PCIE/PCI" to "iGPU". I went back and looked in the BIOS for any sort of power options but couldn't find any. The sleep option is not available in two user accounts now. I thought for sure I'd find something in the BIOS, but nothing obvious caught my eye. I used to have the "change when the computer sleeps" option pictured here but that option isn't even in my UI now. It isn't grayed out, it's not even there. If I do the start menu then hover over the arrow next to shut down, sleep is grayed out. Hibernate is available. I don't have any yellow or red icons in anything in my device manager. The display adapter there reads "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter". I tried to update its driver but it says it's up to date. Under the control panel -> power options -> advanced settings -> sleep, I tried setting a hibernate time and rebooting, but still no "change when the computer sleeps" option is available. Besides, I think hibernate is different from sleep, anyways. Anyone have any ideas? I really want to be able to set a sleep time as I listen to audio in bed and I usually fall asleep before the audio ends so it's nice to set my sleep time before I go to bed and know the PC will go to sleep shortly after the audio ends and the computer goes inactive. I've run "powercfg -a" in the command prompt and it says (full screenshot here): * The following sleep states are available: hibernate * The following sleep states are not available: standby S1/S2/S3 Not super techie here, does this mean my motherboard/integrated graphics (which Windows is telling me is up to date) doesn't support putting the system to sleep???