Windows 10: Windows 10 PC's over heating

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       15 Jan 2016 #21

    Just one more thought and I'll quit bothering you. Could it be a wake up setting in BIOS? I know with Dell you have limited settings, but just a thought. Or could it be a server side setting?

    Also in the FWIW department, my Sister teaches computers in a small private school. All of the computers started shutting down at the same time every day. After a lot of hair pulling and investigation, it was found that one of the students had decided to play a joke on one of his friends in the next period. He ran a batch code to shut down the computer at a certain time. All of his friends thought that was cool, so they did the same thing. It took a lot of what you are doing to figure out what was going on. BTW, that student who started it happened to be her Grandson.
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  2.    15 Jan 2016 #22

    Oh wow! Ill check the BIOS and our Server 2008 R2 but its never done this with Windows 7 before we reimaged into Windows 10. So the BIOS wouldn't have changed, ill still give it a look though. Thanks for your help, essenbe.
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  3.    15 Jan 2016 #23

    Are you sure your PCs are really shut down, not sleeping or in hibernation?
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  4.    21 Jan 2016 #24

    Hey dalchina, I really think there was an option that has really messed up this image. My win. 10 pc at home and at work doesn't power on its self. I made a new image and have put it in the classroom and its doing as it should. Might just have to disk image this copy I have here this summer to make a solid Windows 10 image. Thanks for the help I'm sure there is a weird configuration somewhere.
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