SSD power drain in s3 sleep on my ZenBook Flip (UX463FL)
- System: windows 10
- Battery or AC: battery
- Model: UX463FL
- Frequency of occurrence: always
- Reset OS: did not try
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Since i passionately hate s0 sleep (because the system runs something it wants to while sleeping, which is pretty much the opposite of what i would like it to do, and doesn't let me customize anything), i have disabled it with a refind hack that edits acpi table (not that i understand it all well, but it worked). The computer now sleeps in s3. But it seems to fail to turn off the ssd, which consumes quite a bit of power, causing the battery to reliably drain to zero in about 30 hours. It is tolerable, but annoying. Is there anything i can do to fix it, without switching back to s0? In s0, the ssd does power off after a while.
bios version is 305.