Desktop PC does not stay in sleep or hibernate

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    wjnm

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    Does not go into sleep via power 'plan' settings. I usually use the POWER option from 'Start' (sorry, still using prior Windows version terminology), then select either Sleep or Hibernate. I find that within 30 minutes, varied time, the desktop is back UP again. The only USB connection is wireless mouse/keyboard and a charger adapter cable.
     
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    Hi wjnm,

    have you also checked in Control Panel > Power Options?:

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    I have now changed to the High Performance power setting to see if that will make a difference. It was on Balanced. And verified the plan settings are still set to what I had wanted.
     
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    Keep us posted. :):):)
     
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    Hibernate is working 90% of time. Sleep is still doing it's own thing. I'll close this thread since there have been no other suggestions. I reviewed threads from others back to 2015-2016 and found no solutions.
     
    wjnm, Oct 18, 2018
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