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I have a custom AMD Phenom IV computer running Windows 7, and it started behaving that way this morning, after installing Windows update KB2310138 (update for microsoft security essentials), failing to update IE11, and installing a new version or update of Adobe Flash. One of those updates must have disabled keyboard wake-up. That windows update cannot be ...
Hey GuYz i got the awnser i also had the same problem and the answer is because of your power settings most people set it to high perfomance which dosent lets it enter sleep just go on this link and download a small file it'll fix it for sure i tried it thanks ! Link:http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Troubleshoot-power-problems
And the answer is... Something had turned on Wake on Pattern Match in the device settings for my Ethernet controller. In addition to the steps I describe in the OP, I verified that there is nothing in Task Scheduler and I verified that none of my USB devices had a setting that would wake the system. (Several USB devices have such as setting, but that ...
By default a Windows 7 or 8 PC will do hybrid sleep - this saves the state to disk like hibernate but then goes to sleep instead of shutting off. Then if power is lost it can resume as if the system was hibernated but otherwise it will just wake from sleep which is much faster. An ID=42 event will appear in the system log from the KERNEL-POWER source when ...
USB devices! Any and every USB device can keep your computer awake or wake it up. In device manager you can disable USB devices from doing this.
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