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Option 1: via powercfg Disable Standby/Sleep powercfg -x -standby-timeout-dc 0 powercfg -x -standby-timeout-ac 0 Disable Hibernation powercfg -x -hibernate-timeout-dc 0 powercfg -x -hibernate-timeout-ac 0 Option 2: simulate keypress Save the following as sendkey.js var WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell"); while (true) { WshShell....


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I would try hooking up a USB keyboard to see if you experience the same issue. If the same happens with an external keyboard then you can assume it is a software issue. If the external keyboard works as expected I would assume hardware failure -- most likely a short somewhere in the keyboard. This would make since as you're have keys going out in bulk ...


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Also try disabling sleeping of the machine altogether. I think when it sleeps, the computer needs a physical nudge by mouse or keyboard to wake up. So if it sleeps and you are trying to RDP that is not good enough to wake it up.


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I had this problem, neither mouse or keyboard use would prompt windows to wake up, I read this page and others and checked out all options and nothing worked. . . however I then realized that both my keyboard and mouse usb wireless receivers were on a usb hub (i.e. itself then plugged into one of my computers usb ports). Plugging in my mouse receiver ...


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You can use WinSleep to diagnose many sleep issues like this - it shows you a history of sleep/wake times. Some other features they include are: Keeps your computer asleep (while not too busy) as much as possible during periods you specify. Provides a detailed time-line graph showing when your computer was awake, asleep, or hibernating. Provides convenient ...


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Apple provides a solution for this, actually. These are the instructions, assuming you are using a Wired USB keyboard and mouse: Make sure your Mac notebook is plugged in to an outlet using the AC power adapter. Connect a USB keyboard and mouse to your Mac. With your Mac turned on and the display open, connect the Mac to the appropriate port on the ...


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After i restarted the power mode settings took effect and my nic no longer turns off on sleep mode


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Usually, sleep and hibernate issues are caused by bad chipset and video drivers. Try updating video and chipset drivers from the manufacturer website. Also, check the BIOS section to see if there is a new version of the one your computer currently uses. Sometimes, the version of BIOS have a changelog. Check it before upgrading to know if it will correct the ...


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Try going into the power option page and 'choose what the power buttons do' and be sure not to choose hibernate on any of the options. You may find it useful to turn all options off and only choose sleep for the 'when you close the lid' option.


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Try going into the power option page and 'choose what the power buttons do' and be sure not to choose hibernate on any of the options. You may find it useful to turn all options off and only choose sleep for the 'when you close the lid' option.


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I don't use this app, but it is a popular one in the community Caffeine Caffeine is a tiny program that puts an icon in the right side of your menu bar. Click it to prevent your Mac from automatically going to sleep, dimming the screen or starting screen savers. Click it again to go back. Right-click (or ⌘-click) the icon to show the menu. https://itunes....


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The main thing you need is a connected and currently working external keyboard and mouse. Then closing the lid does the right thing, though you might have to move your mouse to get it out of sleep if your OS version is prior to 10.7.


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Go to "Control Panel --> Hardware and Sound --> Power Options --> Edit Plan Settings" Click "Change advanced power settings" Go to "Sleep --> Allow wake timers" and change the setting to 'Disable'. Make sure to alter the setting for both 'on battery' and 'plugged in'. Search: Local Group Policy Editor (or gpedit.msc) Go to: Computer Configuration --> ...


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look at this page helpdeskgeek.com/windows-8/fix-windows-8-1-will-sleep/ It prints a report. The errors are the important part. I couldn't open the html page so i right clicked on the html and opened in word.(you can try write or anything else) There were about 11 errors. The audio driver was one that kept it from sleeping along with srvnet. For the audio ...


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You can get a list of what is blocking sleep with "powercfg". Press Windows-X or otherwise reach an "admin" command prompt. Enter as follows: C:\Windows\system32>powercfg /requests DISPLAY: None. SYSTEM: [DRIVER] High Definition Audio Device (HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0900& SUBSYS_1458A0B2&REV_1000\4&1c3e785f&0&0001) An ...


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I went to Dell.com's driver download with the service tag for my E6510. The display driver listed there was older, by a few weeks, than the one on my machine. I downloaded the install file and did a CLEAN install via the options. Presto! Display now works fine after hibernate and sleep!



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