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    See Wake Source in Windows 10

    See Wake Source in Windows 10

    How to See Wake Source in Windows 10
    Published by Category: Performance & Maintenance
    18 Apr 2018
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    How to See Wake Source in Windows 10


    This tutorial will show you how to see the wake source of what woke up your Windows 10 PC from a sleep or hibernate state.

    See also: Modern standby wake sources - Windows 10 hardware dev


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    See Wake Source in Windows 10 OPTION ONE See Wake Source in Windows 10
    To See Last Wake Source in Command Prompt

    1. Open a command prompt.

    2. Type the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)

    powercfg lastwake

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    See Wake Source in Windows 10 OPTION TWO See Wake Source in Windows 10
    To See Wake Sources in Event Viewer

    1. Open Event Viewer (eventvwr.msc).

    2. In the left pane of Event Viewer, open on Windows Logs and System, right click or press and hold on System and click/tap on Filter Current Log. (see screenshot below)

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    3. Check Power-Troubleshooter in the Event sources menu, click/tap on an empty area in the "Filter Current Log" dialog, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshots below)

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    4. You can now click/tap on an event log in the middle pane of Event Viewer to see its wake source. (see screenshot below)

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    That's it,
    Shawn


  1.    18 Apr 2018 #1

    thank you


    Thanks Brink

    I ran the command and gave me this

    Wake History Count - 1Wake History [0] Wake Source Count - 1 Wake Source [0] Type: Wake Timer Owner: [SERVICE] \Device\HarddiskVolume3\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Acronis\Schedule2\schedul2.exe (AcrSch2Svc)C:\Users\Manny

    I'm guessing its the Acronis, nice little command to know

    Thanks again, thank you to the other user asking me to check BIOS, I did that and reset BIOS :)
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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       18 Apr 2018 #2

    Agreed. It looks like a wake up schedule for Acronis.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


 

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