Mode from standby/hibernation missing on my laptop Satellite L750-16Z

I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite L750-16Z. So I had a lot of material on an old hard drive, I had need so I put my old Hard drive in my new Toshiba & installed all the drivers I could find for the model L750 /.

The only problem now is I n ' have no sleep / hibernate options. They are grayed out.

Can anyone suggest how to get this working? Or maybe there's an ACPI option that must be changed in the BIOS? Would be appreciated if anyone has the suggestion

To be honest I didn t understand what have you done with HARD drive but the fact is that you are missing some basic as display driver drivers.
I'm afraid that you must clean OS install so I highly recommend you to install original recovery image (original version of OS) m that you got with your laptop.
You have recovery media?

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