No option for "disconnected standby" anymore on modern standby device


  1. Posts : 194
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    No option for "disconnected standby" anymore on modern standby device


    I can't find any information about this, but did MS, for whatever reason, remove the toggle option on the WiFi settings to turn off WiFi during modern standby? The option isn't available anymore for my laptop. I am speaking about this option:

    https://i.imgur.com/jD6odQx.png

    You could actually, sometime before 1803, chose, if you want Wifi to stay disconnected during modern standby, but the option is just gone now.
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  2. Clintlgm's Avatar
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       #2

    Have you look at your power options advanced options I think that is what you're looking for.
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  3. Posts : 194
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    Clintlgm said:
    Have you look at your power options advanced options I think that is what you're looking for.
    What... no, I'm not. I'm looking for the option you see in the thread above. It's all clear, crystal clear. There is no "power options advanced options" for modern standby devices... never was. Please just answer if you know, what youre talking about and the thread is about, thank you.
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  4. Clintlgm's Avatar
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    gorgor said:
    What... no, I'm not. I'm looking for the option you see in the thread above. It's all clear, crystal clear. There is no "power options advanced options" for modern standby devices... never was. Please just answer if you know, what youre talking about and the thread is about, thank you.
    No option for "disconnected standby" anymore on modern standby device-power-settings.png
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  5. Posts : 194
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       #5

    @Clintlgm COOL :]

    Please just answer if you know, what youre talking about and the thread is about, thank you.
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  6. Clintlgm's Avatar
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    This is where the setting is, If I'm incorrect several others will chime in and correct me.
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  7. Try3's Avatar
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    Modern standby [S0 Low Power Idle] is a property of the hardware and enables some entries within Settings that users of other hardware would never see. I have one computer that has it so I also have additional entries [not the ones you illustrated though].

    If you had the extra settings you illustrated but do not have them any more, it is possible that is because your installed hardware drivers are not fully compatible with the latest Windows 10 version. I suggest that you go to your computer maker's support site and check for updated hardware drivers [possibly chipset drivers but do check them all] & for updated BIOS. If you get no joy from that then search their user forums or contact their tech support about the issue.

    You might also usefully open a cmd / powershell window and run
    powercfg -a
    to check that S0 Low Power Idle is still supported in your current state.

    Sleep States Available on your Windows 10 PC | Windows 10 Tutorials

    I also suggest that you go back to your original post and post that illustration instead of linking elsewhere. There is an icon on the editing toolbar for that.

    Denis
    Last edited by Brink; 31 Jul 2018 at 11:04. Reason: added tutorial link for more info
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  8. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Good catch, Denis (@Try3)! That's exactly what you must do to see if the state is supported. Thanks,
    --Ed--
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