Windows 10 instantly reactivates after hibernate

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  1. Posts : 57
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    Windows 10 instantly reactivates after hibernate


    I'm not entirely sure if it's hibernate or sleep. But it's the only option available in the shutdown menu, so i hope you know what i'm talking about.
    It's a desktop. And it does put the machine into sleep, but it instantly turns the machine back on. I have no idea how to troubleshoot this kind of issue. I've found plenty of people having problems not being able to initiate sleep, but my problem is getting it to stay in sleep. Hopefully some of you have some suggestions on how to get started with this kind of issue.
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  2. Word Man's Avatar
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    Try disabling Fast Startup first and then see if it behaves as expected. Tutorial here: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4...dows-10-a.html
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  3. Posts : 57
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    Word Man said:
    Try disabling Fast Startup first and then see if it behaves as expected. Tutorial here: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4...dows-10-a.html
    It's off. Did that when playing with wake on lan, which i never got working. But that's another story.
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  4. Posts : 57
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    Bump
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  5. Posts : 138
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    You can issue the command powercfg /lastwake in an elevated command prompt to see what's waking it up
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  6. Posts : 57
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    DoItJust said:
    You can issue the command powercfg /lastwake in an elevated command prompt to see what's waking it up
    Says "Wake History Count - 0"
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  7. Chuck38's Avatar
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    This might work. This isn't from me, I found it here. Windows 10 PC refuses to stay asleep - Microsoft Community

    If the issue still occurs, I would suggest you to check if there is any devices that is preventing the computer to go to sleep mode. Follow the steps:

    a) Type cmd on the Start screen and right click on it. Select Run as administrator.
    b) Type the following command and hit Enter:
    Powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
    c) You will get the name/names of the devices. To disable a specific device from waking the computer, run the following command:
    Powercfg -devicedisablewake "devicename"
    Note: Make sure that you replace the “devicename”placeholder with the name of the device that you want to disable.
    d) If this issue still occurs after you disable one device, disable the devices in this list one by one until you determine which device is causing the issue. If you want to re-enable a device to wake the computer, run the following command:
    Powercfg -deviceenablewake "devicename"
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  8. Posts : 57
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    Chuck38 said:
    This might work. This isn't from me, I found it here. Windows 10 PC refuses to stay asleep - Microsoft Community
    This is the list.

    C:\Windows\system32>Powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
    Intel(R) Ethernet Connection I217-V
    HID-tastaturenhed
    HID-kompatibel mus
    HID-kompatibel mus (001)

    Translated.
    Ethernet, duuh.
    Keyboard
    mouse
    mouse

    I'll try disabling them one by one to see if that does anything.
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  9. Word Man's Avatar
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    fusk said:
    This is the list.

    C:\Windows\system32>Powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
    Intel(R) Ethernet Connection I217-V
    HID-tastaturenhed
    HID-kompatibel mus
    HID-kompatibel mus (001)

    Translated.
    Ethernet, duuh.
    Keyboard
    mouse
    mouse

    I'll try disabling them one by one to see if that does anything.
    Do you have two mus or a mouse and a touchpad?
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  10. Posts : 57
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    Word Man said:
    Do you have two mus or a mouse and a touchpad?
    Nope, only one mouse, and there's always only been one. So i'll try disabling the 001 and see if that does anything.
    It's a desktop.
    But now that i saw that, i looked in. I don't remember what it is called in English. Rightclick explorer and click administration. The list where you can see your hardware. And i just removed the 001.
    But when ever i refresh for hardware changes it readds it.

    I tried removing the other one but then my mouse stopped working. Another refresh and it was working again.

    But the other one i don't know why is there.
    Deactivating it would also be an option.

    Will have to test.
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