Windows 10: PC turning itself on after Windows 10 upgrade.
Copy the link please, then paste. Or look at the picture above.
I try again http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/stop-wi...ndomly-waking/
Happend only when hibernating and sleep.
I've disabled Fast Startup, disabled all wake timers and I've unchecked everything that could possibly wake it up. I even pulled and disconnected all peripherals and ethernet cables to be sure and it still comes right back on. Pretty sure it started right after the Anniversary Update. And it doesn't wake up randomly. It just doesn't stay off. And when it comes right back on, it's a black screen and the monitor doesn't recognize it and says No Signal. Then I have to push and hold the Power Button to turn it off and then Power on again. Sigh! For weeks now.
Did you try to remove the wifi network adaptor from device manager. It will reinstall after reboot. But maybe it could confirm if it is a wifi issue
I just tried that by Disabling it, but still the PC comes right back on.
Just tried disconnecting all cables of all devices including the monitor and it still comes right back on.
I may downgrade to before the Anniversary Update just to see for sure that it was the culprit.
I must apologise; I don't know what APM stands for either (though I would take a guess at Advanced Power Management).
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