Windows 10: PC won't go to sleep in Insider preview 14986
PC won't go to sleep in Insider preview 14986
Instead of going to sleep mode, PC hangs with drive light on, have to press shut down button to turn it off.
It is this build specific bug, since it occurs in the same way with at least two users... Posted this before in news section, but could be easier to find here...
Looks like I resolved the issue. At least for now. Sleep works if I put it to sleep from start, and after selected time.
Run "powercfg /energy" command from admin command and save file energy report to desktop, so browser can read it..
There are other switches in powercfg, that can give you this info, too
You'll probably found that there were some errors with USB devices - check vendor IDs.
Install nirsoft USBdeview to check which are those USB devices (vendor ID would tell). In my case it turned out it was USB receiver for my wireless Logitech mouse and mouse itself.
Go to device manager and uninstall USB input device. Windows will reinstall that device, don't worry. After restart PC goes to sleep.
While in USBdeview, delete or disconnect latest USB flash drives.
This resolved my issue, but won't mark thread as solved yet. Let's wait if anybody else can confirm or give extra input...
Update December 14th 2016: Windows 10 Build 14986 released to Slow ring.
If having issues installing Build 14986: Build 14986 - Error Code 80240031 - Microsoft Community
Any idea what might be causing this, Ive had my computer hooked up to my router via WiFi when that didnt work I hooked it up with the ethernet cable that didnt seem to help also I rebooted and tried again no luck. Any suggestion's would be...
i have already downloaded 80% of windows 10 insider preview 14986 and then its shows me exactly that i fogot to get screenshot113893
what should i do???
i dont want to download updates again its take so much time 14 hours for 80% please help me to...
Getting the following error when trying to update to the latest release 14886:
Windows 10 Insider Preview 14986 (rs_prerelease) - Error 0x80242006
All updates prior to this release worked fine.
Source: Feedback Hub
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