Windows 10: Can't stop mouse from waking computer
Have you checked the settings here:
PowerOptions>Edit plan settings>change advanced power settings>Sleep>Change settings to disable.
Network &sharing centre>change adapter settings>R click for Properties>configure>Power management, remove tick from allow device to wake computer.
I had already set the network driver (Nvidia) to not wake. At your suggestion, In power options I changed the Allow wake timers setting to Disable. Sorry to report, the mouse still wakes the computer. I do appreciate your help.
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