Nope it wont. Because you have not set up your power modes in the bios or enabled them.
They need to be enabled.
You need to go into the bios and find the Apci option.
And set what we call the S modes up.
S1,S3 suspend to ram. S4 mode suspend to Hard disk drive.
The first mode S1,S3 will turn the computer off leaving only the ram modules with power to store all the data, where when on a resume it will start where you last left it, if the system was sent into hibernating, sleep mode.
The second mode will save the current state of the OS and any programs running in windows to the HD drive and resume from there as it creates an Image of what was running at the time. So you need to set them up in the bios to get rid of the error messages you are getting.
S4 mode is better than S1 or S3 mode because if there is a power cut all data will be lost
stored in the Ram as it is volatile memory, it always needs power to store Data, and hold it.
Choose a mode set it up in the Bios, save the settings, exit the bios.
Let the system load and test it.
ACPI sleep states:
S0: Monitor off, system still running tasks
S1: CPU idle (parked)
S2: CPU powered off
S3: "Sleep/Standby", state is saved in RAM, the rest of the system is powered down
S4: "Hibernation", state is saved to disk, system powered down
S5: "Shut down", state is lost, system powered down
Be sure that these power saving features are enabled, otherwise sleep and hibernate won't work.