I honestly didn't know where else to post this, but I thought as Parted Magic is Linux based (as far as I can tell) then it should be here. My main reason for using Parted Magic is to erase SSD drives. I use the version included on UBCD, 2013_08_01. This has normally put my PC to sleep to erase SSD drives in the past. The only thing that I can think of that has changed is the BIOS - I have kept it up to date, but kept the settings the same. My motherboard is the Asus ROG STRIX H270F GAMING. It currently has the latest BIOS, 1010, from 14/04/2018. Just out of principle I ensure that it is up to date now and again. What happens is I boot from my UBCD USB drive, load Parted Magic and then I run the Erase utility from the desktop. The utility shows the drive as frozen, so I press the sleep button in the utility and the PC goes to sleep and the power light flashes a few times. After a second or two, the PC will wake itself up with a black screen. I am forced to either reset or power cycle the PC and it boots as normal - shows BIOS startup, then loads Windows. Any ideas or pointers?