Windows 10: How to stop my PC from waking from hibernate on keyboard/mouse input?

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  1. IDKAGN Win User

    How to stop my PC from waking from hibernate on keyboard/mouse input?


    On my old computer, I could put it into hibernate overnight and it wouldn't turn on no matter how much I spammed keyboard/mouse. I have been using a much better gaming PC since mid-February this year, works very smoothly and I love it, however I can't hibernate like I used to. Sometimes when I'm going to sleep, I may accidentally touch keyboard or mouse and my PC wakes up. This is incredibly annoying as I never had this issue on the old PC, both running Windows 10. I have tested it on fresh copies of the OS with same results, so all I can think about is a setting I may be able to change in my BIOS. I looked around and found nothing of use. I'll leave my Windows version and motherboard model. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated, thank you so much! Windows 10 version 20H2 MOBO: Gigabyte B365M DS3H

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    IDKAGN, May 25, 2021
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  3. Trepid Win User
    Cannot wake PC from sleep with keyboard/mouse

    OS: Windows 10 Version 1909 (OS Build 18363.836)

    I am unable to wake the PC from sleep with the keyboard or mouse. I took several steps and spoke at length with a microsoft tech who could not solve the problem. Here is the changes I made:

    -Under device manager i made sure keyboard and mouse can wake the computer up.

    - Turned off fast startup.

    - Used these commands in the command prompt: powercfg.exe /hibernate off powercfg.exe /hibernate on.

    - Changed power settings to allow hybrid sleep off and allow wake timers Enable.

    - Went to BIOS upon restarting at went to the power section and made sure that the keyboard can wake the PC and selected wake with any key on the mouse.

    - After all of that failed to fix the issue I went back to the advanced power settings and reset to default. That still did not fix the problem. I have to push the power button to wake the PC up.
     
    Trepid, May 25, 2021
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  4. noah Win User

    How to stop my PC from waking from hibernate on keyboard/mouse input?

    PC wakes from hibernation with mouse and keyboard


    Hi all. I've been struggling for weeks in finding a solution to this very annoying behavior of my new desktop pc running W10 Pro x64. I have successfully activated hibernate mode (S4), yet whenever the PC is hibernated a shake of the mouse or the press of any key on the keyboard just wakes and turns on the PC. Needless to say I do not want this to happen.

    So far I have done many many tries and read all the tutorial on this forum. I can try to do a short summary of what I have learned so far:

    • Hibernate (S4) works as confirmed by the fact that when it's waken up, the PC goes through the POST phase of the boot before loading W10. In addition a powercfg /a gives the following output
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    C:\WINDOWS\system32>powercfg  /a The following sleep states are available on this system:     Standby (S3)     Hibernate     Hybrid Sleep     Fast Startup
    Sleep (S3) works too. Although it seems to have the same effects on the hardware (turns off the CPU fan), the waking up it's much quicker, without POST. In addition, here's the log from Windows event viewer:
    Code:
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    Log Name:      System Source:        Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power Date:          12/12/2015 16:40:19 Event ID:      42 Task Category: (64) Level:         Information Keywords:      (4) User:          N/A Computer:      DESKTOP-9NITH1L Description: The system is entering sleep.  Sleep Reason: Application API

    When waken up from hibernate:

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    Log Name:      System Source:        Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter Date:          12/12/2015 16:41:05 Event ID:      1 Task Category: None Level:         Information Keywords:       User:          LOCAL SERVICE Computer:      DESKTOP-9NITH1L Description: The system has returned from a low power state.  Sleep Time: ‎2015‎-‎12‎-‎12T15:40:17.341524200Z Wake Time: ‎2015‎-‎12‎-‎12T15:41:03.370130200Z  Wake Source: Unknown
    When waken up from sleep (S3):
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    Log Name:      System Source:        Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power Date:          12/12/2015 14:41:30 Event ID:      131 Task Category: (33) Level:         Information Keywords:      (4) User:          N/A Computer:      DESKTOP-9NITH1L Description: Firmware S3 times. ResumeCount: 2, FullResume: 1181, AverageResume: 1182   Log Name:      System Source:        Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter Date:          12/12/2015 14:41:32 Event ID:      1 Task Category: None Level:         Information Keywords:       User:          LOCAL SERVICE Computer:      DESKTOP-9NITH1L Description: The system has returned from a low power state.  Sleep Time: ‎2015‎-‎12‎-‎12T13:25:52.338603100Z Wake Time: ‎2015‎-‎12‎-‎12T13:41:31.138065200Z  Wake Source: Device -USB Root Hub
    • In the UEFI BIOS all the ACPI settings are in order, as shown in this photo. Bios is updated to the latest version.
      View image: WP 20151201 11 43 34 Pro
    • Enabling/Disabling Fast-boot and/or fast start-up changes nothing
    • I tried also a different USB wireless mouse, but no changes. With a PS/2 mouse the PC does not wake up from hibernation.
    • Switching the Logitech Unifying receiver between USB 2 and 3 makes no difference.
    • The same mouse and keyboard do not turn on the PC after a complete shut down.

    Any suggestion is welcome, if you need more information please ask. Thank you all
     
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