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07 Mar 2010  
richc46

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by msmcintosh View Post
I had to change the ACPI setting in the BIOS. After I ran powercfg -a, I saw S1/S3 wasn't active.

I noticed when I ran powercfg lastwake, I saw that it listed "USB Root Hub".

In Device Manager, I turned off allowing the mouse to wake the computer. Pressed the Sleep button on the keyboard, the computer went to sleep and then woke back up again.

Then in Device Manager, I turned off allowing the Keyboard to wake the computer. Pressed the Sleep button, the computer went to sleep and it stayed that way.

I woke it backup and 30 minutes later, it went to sleep, which is what I had it set to in power management.

Thanks
TY for the rep. Glad that the Tutorial put you on the right track.
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