I changed my laptop recently, used an Acer (Windows 7) and now I'm using a Samsung laptop with Windows 10. The thing is, I was using my older computer with another monitor (laptop monitor disabled) and a logitech keyboard. The keyboard has a power button, so I kept the lid closed and always waked the laptop with the button, without opening the lid, this way the laptop's monitor stayed disabled.
The new computer doesn't allow me to wake it up with the keyboard's power button. So every time I turn it on I need to open the lid, use the laptop's power button and then disable the monitor again in the windows display settings (even if I close the lid it stays on).
Already disabled the USB selective suspending setting. (It's a wireless keyboard)
Looked for the power management properties of the keyboard in the Device Manager, but this tab doesn't show up.
The keyboard doesn't appear in "powercfg -devicequery wake_from_any" list.
C:\Users\User>powercfg -devicequery wake_from_any Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller Qualcomm Atheros AR9485WB-EG Wireless Network Adapter ACPI Power Button Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter #2 PCI-to-PCI Bridge Intel(R) Management Engine Interface PCI-to-PCI Bridge (001)
Still, the button can turn off the computer (sleep), it just can't wake it up.
Making this button work would really save me a lot of time...
Edit: The keyboard is a K270 and it's connected to the laptop with the same usb as the mouse.
Windows (device manager) says all keyboard and it's power button's (it shows up as a different device) drivers are up to date.
All three USB Root Hubs and the two Generic USB Hubs in the Device Managers got both options of Power Management tab unchecked:
Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
Allow this device to wake the computer
But the last option (about waking up) is grayed out, can't change it. Maybe this is the problem?