1. messi4710's Avatar
    So the short of it is, my pc wont go to sleep UNLESS I enable hibernate time as well.

    Not sure exactly when it became an issue - right around the time I bought an oculus rift and added a USB3 card and new ssd.

    ive already been through the ringer with powercfg -energy which gives me 18 items, all usb items that refuse to go into selective suspend. No idea what thats about.

    im clear on the powercfg -requests and im clear minus the windows update thingy on powercfg -waketimers

    (pc doesnt wake from sleep anyhow, just wont GO to sleep).

    Ive removed the pci-e usb3 card which didnt help. Disconnected the oculus and disabled the service which didnt help.

    Its unrelated to those.

    Could Intel management engine drivers or firmware do this? i update those relatively regularly.

    I just dont know where to go next. I mean having hibernate enabled in order to sleep isnt the worst thing in the world, just not normally the way i do things - and doing it that way would just be masking whatever the problem is.

    Thanks for any insight.
    04-21-2019 02:59 AM

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