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    Microsoft released Windows 10 update to fix power/sleep

    Microsoft released Windows 10 update to fix power/sleep


    Posted: 23 Oct 2014
    Microsoft has pushed out an update for the Windows 10 technical preview that it released on Tuesday which will fix the power or sleep issues that your install may be exhibiting.

    The update is out now and you can grab the bits by going to Windows Update within the PC settings and checking for updates.
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    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    23 Oct 2014

  1. DavidE's Avatar
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       #1

    It seems they also issued another update for sleep issues.
    Microsoft Releases Update For Windows 10 Technical Preview To Fix Power/Sleep Issue
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  2. linw's Avatar
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       #2

    Mine has that update (KB3010668), David. Worked again a few minutes ago with a Defender update.

    Another YEAH!

    Thank goodness the sleep thread won't go much further, unlike another power thread we know about.

    Feel a bit lost, now, though, with nothing to worry/winge about!! I went through a large pile of paper with my notes on my attempts to isolate the 8.1 power issues and thankfully heaved them in the bin.

    Hope everyone else with the sticky svchost issue is fixed now. Can't imagine how you couldn't be.
    Last edited by linw; 23 Oct 2014 at 19:15.
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  3. DavidE's Avatar
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       #3

    I just got another Defender definition update.
    The svchost.exe request disappeared quickly !
    Looks like the latest patch fixed the issue for me !!!
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  4. John Pombrio's Avatar
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       #4

    linw said:
    Mine has that update (KB3010668), David. Worked again a few minutes ago with a Defender update.

    Another YEAH!

    Thank goodness the sleep thread won't go much further, unlike another power thread we know about.

    Feel a bit lost, now, though, with nothing to worry/winge about!! I went through a large pile of paper with my notes on my attempts to isolate the 8.1 power issues and thankfully heaved them in the bin.

    Hope everyone else with the sticky svchost issue is fixed now. Can't imagine how you couldn't be.
    Hey Linw,

    Yeah, such a delight to see my computer lazily blinking its power light and the machine in deep slumber dreaming in binary code about world conquest.

    And I didn't have to do ANYTHING to make this happen. MS finally fixed the problem with my computer.
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  5. linw's Avatar
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       #5

    Yep, feels good, John.
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  6. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #6

    I have two svchost calls in my powerconfig -requests. Checked but KB3010668 is not installed and is not being offered when I Check for Updates.
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  7. DavidE's Avatar
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       #7

    I wondered if they might have pulled this patch.
    I uninstalled it, rebooted, and the update is offered to me again.
    Are you getting Windows Defender definition updates, so you know Windows Update is working ?
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  8. John Pombrio's Avatar
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       #8

    Check your update history. it might have squeezed in there:
    Microsoft released Windows 10 update to fix power/sleep-2014-10-24_202159.jpg
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  9. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #9

    Defender Updates are there but still don't see the patch:

    Microsoft released Windows 10 update to fix power/sleep-capture.png
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