Windows 10: Problem with auto start from hibernation using Task Scheduler

Discus and support Problem with auto start from hibernation using Task Scheduler in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; With my Win 7 system, running on a desk-top, I have successfully configured Task Scheduler to restart from hibernation at a specified time of day. This... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by NoSmoke, May 5, 2019.

  1. NoSmoke Win User

    Problem with auto start from hibernation using Task Scheduler


    With my Win 7 system, running on a desk-top, I have successfully configured Task Scheduler to restart from hibernation at a specified time of day. This works fine - the computer powers up and already loaded programs continue functioning.

    Problem is that with a Windows 10 install on the same machine, the computer powers up, the 4 pane blue windows logo with the spinning dots below appear on the screen (as normal) but the screen then goes blank and nothing else seems to happen except that I can hear the HD working. I can though get the screen back and the programs executing by simply moving the mouse or typing a key. When I restart from hibernation however, not via Task Scheduler, but by pressing the power button, everything works normally.

    This is causing me a big problem as I want to switch to Win 10 but I also need the computer to restart from hibernation automatically at the specified time of day (without having to have anyone there to type a key or move the mouse). I have tried turning Fast Startup off (per instructions on this forum) but that made no difference.

    Can anyone please suggest a fix for this? Thanks much in advance for any assistance.

    :)
     
    NoSmoke, May 5, 2019
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  2. Information on task Scheduling

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting the query on Microsoft Community.

    Please follow the suggestions below:

    By default, if it's time for your regularly scheduled backup and your computer is off, sleeping, or hibernating, Windows Backup skips the backup and waits for your next scheduled backup. However, if you want to automatically wake the computer
    to perform backup, you can use the task scheduler.

    To schedule a task to wake the computer before the scheduled backup time follow these steps:

    1. Click on Start button and type “Task Scheduler” in the start search box and press enter.

    2. Select the “Task Scheduler” from the menu and click on “Actions” and then select “Create task”.

    3. Click “Conditions” tab and make sure that “Wake the computer to run this task” is checked.

    Please get back to us with updated status, we will be happy to assist you.
     
    Amrita Bhattacharjee, May 5, 2019
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  3. Task Scheduler service will not start.

    Thank you for updating us. If Task Scheduler will not start, we suggest that you restart it. The service might be disabled that's why the task will not run. Follow the steps below to troubleshoot Task Scheduler.

    • Click Start menu.
    • Type Services in the Start Search box.
    • Right-Click Services, and select Run as Administrator.
    • If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click
      Continue.
    • Right-click the Task Scheduler Service and select Restart.
    And have you tried running the System File Checker scan as an Administrator. For more information check this
    article. You can also perform DISM after performing SFC.

    Let us know if you need further assistance.
     
    Reymichael Ros, May 5, 2019
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  4. Problem with auto start from hibernation using Task Scheduler

    Window's Task Scheduler Not Running

    Hi,

    To assist you better, kindly provide us more details by answering the following questions:

    • Have you tried recreating the task? If so, are you getting the same issue?
    • Have you tried creating a new task?
    Meanwhile, we suggest that you ensure that the Task Scheduler is running. You can verify if the service is running by following these steps:

    • Press Windows key + R on your keyboard.
    • Type services.msc and hit Enter.
    • Under Services (Local), make sure that the Task Scheduler service's status is
      Started or Enabled.
    Should you need further assistance, feel free to get back to us.
     
    Monica Cam, May 5, 2019
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