Windows 7, Set It To Sleep And It Wakes Up...many "solutions" tried!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by BenDarrenBach, Jul 23, 2014.

  1. BenDarrenBach

    BenDarrenBach MDL Novice

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    I had found the diag. "powercfg -requests" and it came back with: "System: [DRIVER] \FileSystem\srvnet
    An active remote client has recently sent requests to this machine".

    Youtube, Microsoft forums, and other forums say they found the "silver bullet", but nothing has effected the predicted outcome of it waking immediately!:wallbash:

    Windows 7 32-bit SP1, 4Gb, 500GbHDD

    Thanks for any suggestions that might have worked for you!:groupwave:

    Ben
     
  2. BenDarrenBach

    BenDarrenBach MDL Novice

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    I ran the command string: "powercfg -requestsoverride DRIVER \FileSystem\srvnet" which achieved this from powercfg -requests: Display=none, System=none, Awaymode=none. I also updated the graphics driver from Intel (G41).
    And it still comes out of sleep within a few seconds! :Flush:
     
  3. BenDarrenBach

    BenDarrenBach MDL Novice

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    I finally settled for "S1 (POS) setting in the BIOS...S3 worked before??? S1 you still have power to CPU, RAM, and HDD...so not much sleeping is going on! o_O
     
  4. Carlos Detweiller

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  5. Mustafa Can

    Mustafa Can MDL Member

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    Go to Computer Managament -> Local Users and Groups -> Users

    Delete every user on the list except Administrator, Guest and your account and restart.
     
  6. Carlos Detweiller

    Carlos Detweiller MDL Spinning Tortoise

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    Might be an HDD with a buggy firmware that's constantly polling the bus... o_O
     
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  7. steven4554

    steven4554 MDL Addicted

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    Don't forget a network connection can wake up a computer. I've had that happen to me a couple of times during the night, and wondered why my system was on the next morning:eek:
     
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  8. BenDarrenBach

    BenDarrenBach MDL Novice

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    Anything is possible...but this HDD was made in 1/2014. A WD RE4
     
  9. BenDarrenBach

    BenDarrenBach MDL Novice

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    I reinstalled the NIC driver and set these:

    Broadcom.JPG Broadcom1.JPG