PC wakes up on it's own after sleep mode (Windows 10)

439ru043

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I search many website, and I can't seem to figure out what is causing my system to turn back on. When I click 'Sleep' or wait for it to go into sleep mode, I watch my whole internal parts power down after few seconds of sleep it then turns back on and takes me back to login screen. Oh and my pc is built by me.

Below snapshots of cmd showing what I got and event viewer shows something connected to the sleep modes but idk how to figure out what they mean. I've tried turning off Wake on Magic Packet, Pattern Match and Magic Packet from Power off state. Still doesn't work.

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http://s14.postimg.org/65034zj9t/Capture8.png
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Capture 7 shows a device. I can't seem to disable it in device manager but I'm not sure if that's what is causing the issue. I went into sleep mode 4 times, each time I did I check CMD for any answers but nothing, but on 5th try of sleep mode and viewing cmd I got that device.


Thanks.
 
Hi,

Please do try disabling your network adapter from waking up your PC.
- Go to Device Manager and expand Network Adapters.
- Right click on Wireless Adapter and select Properties.
- Once opened, click on Power Management tab and remove the check on Allow this device to wake the computer then click OK.
- Check other device and make sure this option has no check but leave the mouse and keyboard.
 

439ru043

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I've already tried that. I'm using a Ethernet cable and adapter settings are different. But still even unchecking anything related to waking up PC still doesn't work. It still persist to come back on.
 

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