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It could be a Ghost. Or a demon. Some things that caused this same issue for me were: I had a very sensitive mouse and even though I was in bed, the mouse would move just very slightly but not noticably, and that woke the PC. I have also had a problem with USB devices (keyboard/mice/Wireless adapters). Sometimes, and usually over a period of several ...


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There is a certain event in the Event Viewer that may help you troubleshoot spurious wake-up issues. You can find it under Windows Logs > System; look for "Power-Troubleshooter". However, as you see, it's not always helpful. Mine shows "Unknown" even though I woke it up using the power button. As an IT admin, I can tell you that spurious wake-ups are ...


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I've seen this problem with a number of routers that proxy DNS lookups. If you go to a command prompt and run ipconfig /all , you should get a list of your current DNS servers. If you see a private IP address such as 192.168.something.something, chances are your router is not passing your requests out to the Internet properly. The solution to this problem ...


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Ubuntu stores time as UTC, while Windows uses "local" time. As a result, both operating systems are using the same hardware clock, but interpreting it differently (causing the time discrepancies). You should switch Ubuntu to use local time instead of UTC time, thus keeping the two operating system's times in sync. You can do this by editing /etc/default/rcS ...



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