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    See Devices able to Wake Computer in Windows 10

    See Devices able to Wake Computer in Windows 10

    How to See Devices that are able to Wake Computer in Windows 10
    Published by Category: Performance & Maintenance
    04 Mar 2021
    Designer Media Ltd


    How to See Devices that are able to Wake Computer in Windows 10


    This tutorial will show you how to see a list of installed devices that are able to wake your Windows 10 PC from a sleep or hibernate state.


    Contents

    • Option One: To See Devices that are Currently Configured to Wake Computer from any Sleep State
    • Option Two: To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from any Sleep State
    • Option Three: To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Light S1 Sleep State
    • Option Four: To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Deeper S2 Sleep State
    • Option Five: To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Deepest S3 Sleep State






    OPTION ONE

    To See Devices that are Currently Configured to Wake Computer from any Sleep State


    1 Open a command prompt.

    2 Copy and paste the powercfg -devicequery wake_armed command into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)

    See Devices able to Wake Computer in Windows 10-devices_allowed_to_wake_computer.png






    OPTION TWO

    To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from any Sleep State


    1 Open a command prompt.

    2 Copy and paste the powercfg -devicequery wake_from_any command into the command prompt, and press Enter.






    OPTION THREE

    To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Light S1 Sleep State


    1 Open a command prompt.

    2 Copy and paste the powercfg -devicequery wake_from_S1_supported command into the command prompt, and press Enter.






    OPTION FOUR

    To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Deeper S2 Sleep State


    1 Open a command prompt.

    2 Copy and paste the powercfg -devicequery wake_from_S2_supported command into the command prompt, and press Enter.






    OPTION FIVE

    To See Devices that Support Waking Computer from Deepest S3 Sleep State


    1 Open a command prompt.

    2 Copy and paste the powercfg -devicequery wake_from_S3_supported command into the command prompt, and press Enter.


    That's it,
    Shawn




  1. Posts : 101
    Windows 10
       #1

    How does one figure out which device corresponds to which? In regards to when two devices are listed as:
    HID-compliant mouse
    HID-compliant mouse (002)

    Device manager doesn't seem to show the difference, or it's listed in the details tab under some option and I'm missing it...
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  2. Brink's Avatar
    Posts : 60,446
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #2

    yesir360 said:
    How does one figure out which device corresponds to which? In regards to when two devices are listed as:
    HID-compliant mouse
    HID-compliant mouse (002)

    Device manager doesn't seem to show the difference, or it's listed in the details tab under some option and I'm missing it...
    I suppose you could use the process of elimination by disabling one of them in Device Manager to help ID them.
      My Computers


  3. Posts : 101
    Windows 10
       #3

    Brink said:
    I suppose you could use the process of elimination by disabling one of them in Device Manager to help ID them.
    Thanks! That did the trick.
    Never knew disabling a device would also remove it from being listed in the cmd command. Now we don't have to brick something to check
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  4. Brink's Avatar
    Posts : 60,446
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #4

    yesir360 said:
    Thanks! That did the trick.
    Never knew disabling a device would also remove it from being listed in the cmd command. Now we don't have to brick something to check
      My Computers


 

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