This fault can happen when the Sleep option fails and it causes your laptop to crash when woken up. To fix this:1. Click starts > settings > system2. Left side menu click > Power and Sleep.3. Scroll down click > Additional Power Settings.4. Left menu. For each of these Click > 'Choose what the power buttons do' and Click > 'Choose what closing the lid does'. Make these changes [battery and plugged in]: When I press the power button ~ Hibernate. When I press the sleep button ~ Turn Off the Display. When I close the Lid ~ Sleep.Now return to 3 above > Additional Power Settings and continue:5. Look for 'Plan shown on the battery meter' and a highlighted circle. Yours could be 'Automatic balances or balances[recommended]. If your computer name is highlighted [HP] then use that option.6. Adjacent your choice click 'Change Plan Setting'7 On next screen click 'Change advanced power settings'8. A new menu appears. Move down and click > Power Button & Lid9. Go down the menu and make these changes [battery and plugged in]; Lid close .... change to 'Sleep' for both options. Power Button ... change to 'Hibernate' for both options Sleep Button ... change to 'Turn Off the display'.Don't forget to click OK before closing the process.Now your computer should no longer crash to a black screen.
Ok, so you click on Sleep to put it into sleep mode, rather than clicking a lid?
You will need to follow the above steps, but ignore the questions about a lid.
You will need to follow your previous process to drain the power and boot it up normally again to fix the power settings.
Unfortunately there is no faster way around this, however once you get the power settings fixed it will no longer be a problem.