Selective sleep mode.

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  1. Posts : 43
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Cortina is NOT enabled
    I have tried to reset Firefox and EDGE. EDGE appears not to offer that option...but in Advanced Options I have selected "LIMIT" in media autoplay, instead of everything
    In Firefox Settings; Notification Permission; I have reset my webmail page from "Allow" to "Block"
    Same result appear in the Command Prompt! (audio stream is in use)
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  2. Posts : 27,214
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)

    This is weird, there is a lot of users with the same bug, and it goes back to 2013 or 15.
    -some reports, that installing drivers from Realtek help (instead of offered drivers fom MS update)
    -some of them set an exemption in powercfg - requests
    -installing mute extension helped some (it disables any audio stream in background)
    -disabling line in (input) in audio drivers

    and then some.
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  3. Posts : 43
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Been over my notes again as I have not reviewed them for 24 hours...This problem first occurred 08/31/19 after installing 2 ms updates...KB 4512941 & KB4511555
    The following day, awaking a computer from sleep...or what I thought was sleep, only to be greeted with a blank screen and auto shutdown...plugging the power source into the laptop...and powering up the device showed battery @ 4%...the laptop battery had basically drained to a point it shut itself down, so again I am thinking that windows 10 update 'might' have something to do with the audio stream situation
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  4. Posts : 27,214
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)

    If you can, uninstall the first one KB 4512941. A lot of media, etc updates.
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  5. Posts : 43
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Good Morning AndreTen

    Unable to remove KB4512941...not found in the "Uninstall an update" page. I have KB4515530 installed 08/31/19 showing!!
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  6. Posts : 43
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Good Morning.
    Another morning of dealing with sleep issues!
    I have succeeded in adjusting the settings of '' opened and using Firefox. Simple solution was to use the 'Settings' gearwheel right side of the Outlook toolbar near the top of the page.
    In "Settings": 'View all setting in' at the very bottom: General: Notifications: I un-ticked ALL 'notifications' and SAVED. Now sleep occurs every time! Still unable to use EDGE.
    Running 'powercfg-requests' in Command Prompt shows no returns...'None'
    Not sure why KB4512941 is not showing in windows uninstall update app!
    Selective sleep mode.-no-kb4512941-pt-2.png

    Selective sleep mode.-no-kb4512941.png
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