Falcon_ASUSThe comment below - disabling the Intel(R) Audio Displays in the device manager solved all the issues I was experiencing, and basically saved my laptop before I attempted a full reset. I would definitely recommend attempting this before trying a full reset.
Failure to wake up normally is usually caused by a system error. I would recommend that you try restoring your system first.
Sorry for any inconvenience it may be caused.
okna2003Thank you okna2003!!! I was about to bin my UX461 because of the crashy sleep function. Instantly after applying this workaround sleep was working beautifully, and 1 week later continues to work. I had tried disabling modern sleep, disabling hybrid sleep, disabling virtualisation, disabling various startup services, updating to win11, updating graphics drivers from asus, updating bios, downgrading bios, full wipe+reinstall, but none of it worked. Disabling the "Intel(R) Display Audio" has worked! For some reason named differently in my device manager?
Disable (without uninstalling) Intel(R) Audio for displays in Device Manager. After that, be sure to restart your laptop.