Is there a log somewhere that will tell me what it is that is waking up my computer from sleep?


L

Lakesidezx

Is there a log somewhere that will tell me what it is that is waking up my
computer from sleep?

My problem is that I instruct my computer to sleep, but it immediately wakes
up without any movement on the mouse and or any key presses on the keyboard.
Just as soon as it powers down in sleep mode, it powers right back up
immediately.

Is there a log file somewhere that will tell me what it is that is wrong
with it or what it is that is causing the computer to immediately wake up
from sleep mode?
 
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M

MICHAEL

Lakesidezx said:
Is there a log somewhere that will tell me what it is that is waking up my computer from
sleep?

My problem is that I instruct my computer to sleep, but it immediately wakes up without any
movement on the mouse and or any key presses on the keyboard. Just as soon as it powers down
in sleep mode, it powers right back up immediately.

Is there a log file somewhere that will tell me what it is that is wrong with it or what it
is that is causing the computer to immediately wake up from sleep mode?

Type, Event Viewer into Start Menu's search bar. Click it, and
have a look there. Specifically, Windows Logs>System
Maybe, check under "Application", also to see what's going
on.... while you're there.


-Michael
 
L

Lakesidezx

Thanks, found it and it states:

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter
[ Guid] {cdc05e28-c449-49c6-b9d2-88cf761644df}

EventID 1

Version 0

Level 4

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-02-08T20:10:03.867Z

EventRecordID 14489

- Correlation

[ ActivityID] {FE5AA1A2-3837-4574-B7A5-80A1D4FE2C63}

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 1704
[ ThreadID] 1448

Channel System

Computer AMD

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-19


- EventData

SleepTime 2007-02-08T20:09:35.892Z
WakeTime 2007-02-08T20:09:56.531Z
SleepDuration 7676
WakeDuration 4031
DriverInitDuration 348
BiosInitDuration 957
HiberWriteDuration 6017
HiberReadDuration 0
HiberPagesWritten 28399
Attributes 20739
TargetState 4
EffectiveState 5
WakeSourceType 4
WakeSourceTextLength 12
WakeSourceText USB Root Hub
________________________________________________

Indicating to me that the souce of the wakeup would be a USB Root Hub, but
in device manager I set the usb root hubs to Not be able to wake up the
computer, but they continue to do so according to the logs.

Perhaps someone can instruct me on what to do to get sleep to work properly
on my computer.

Thanks,
 
L

LaRoux

Maybe a USB device that is constantly sending activity? Do you have a
wireless mouse maybe? It might be worth a try to unplug your mouse just
before putting your machine to sleep to at least rule out this one easy
item.
Lakesidezx said:
Thanks, found it and it states:

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter
[ Guid] {cdc05e28-c449-49c6-b9d2-88cf761644df}

EventID 1

Version 0

Level 4

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-02-08T20:10:03.867Z

EventRecordID 14489

- Correlation

[ ActivityID] {FE5AA1A2-3837-4574-B7A5-80A1D4FE2C63}

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 1704
[ ThreadID] 1448

Channel System

Computer AMD

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-19


- EventData

SleepTime 2007-02-08T20:09:35.892Z
WakeTime 2007-02-08T20:09:56.531Z
SleepDuration 7676
WakeDuration 4031
DriverInitDuration 348
BiosInitDuration 957
HiberWriteDuration 6017
HiberReadDuration 0
HiberPagesWritten 28399
Attributes 20739
TargetState 4
EffectiveState 5
WakeSourceType 4
WakeSourceTextLength 12
WakeSourceText USB Root Hub
________________________________________________

Indicating to me that the souce of the wakeup would be a USB Root Hub, but
in device manager I set the usb root hubs to Not be able to wake up the
computer, but they continue to do so according to the logs.

Perhaps someone can instruct me on what to do to get sleep to work
properly on my computer.

Thanks,

MICHAEL said:
Type, Event Viewer into Start Menu's search bar. Click it, and
have a look there. Specifically, Windows Logs>System
Maybe, check under "Application", also to see what's going
on.... while you're there.


-Michael
 
L

Lakesidezx

I have both a USB mouse (Microsoft Wireless Notebook 3000) as well as the
Microsoft Ergonomic 4000 usb keyboard.

I have unplugged the mouse and tried but it wakes up as soon as it shuts
down.


LaRoux said:
Maybe a USB device that is constantly sending activity? Do you have a
wireless mouse maybe? It might be worth a try to unplug your mouse just
before putting your machine to sleep to at least rule out this one easy
item.
Lakesidezx said:
Thanks, found it and it states:

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter
[ Guid] {cdc05e28-c449-49c6-b9d2-88cf761644df}

EventID 1

Version 0

Level 4

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-02-08T20:10:03.867Z

EventRecordID 14489

- Correlation

[ ActivityID] {FE5AA1A2-3837-4574-B7A5-80A1D4FE2C63}

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 1704
[ ThreadID] 1448

Channel System

Computer AMD

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-19


- EventData

SleepTime 2007-02-08T20:09:35.892Z
WakeTime 2007-02-08T20:09:56.531Z
SleepDuration 7676
WakeDuration 4031
DriverInitDuration 348
BiosInitDuration 957
HiberWriteDuration 6017
HiberReadDuration 0
HiberPagesWritten 28399
Attributes 20739
TargetState 4
EffectiveState 5
WakeSourceType 4
WakeSourceTextLength 12
WakeSourceText USB Root Hub
________________________________________________

Indicating to me that the souce of the wakeup would be a USB Root Hub,
but in device manager I set the usb root hubs to Not be able to wake up
the computer, but they continue to do so according to the logs.

Perhaps someone can instruct me on what to do to get sleep to work
properly on my computer.

Thanks,

MICHAEL said:
Is there a log somewhere that will tell me what it is that is waking up
my computer from sleep?

My problem is that I instruct my computer to sleep, but it immediately
wakes up without any movement on the mouse and or any key presses on
the keyboard. Just as soon as it powers down in sleep mode, it powers
right back up immediately.

Is there a log file somewhere that will tell me what it is that is
wrong with it or what it is that is causing the computer to immediately
wake up from sleep mode?

Type, Event Viewer into Start Menu's search bar. Click it, and
have a look there. Specifically, Windows Logs>System
Maybe, check under "Application", also to see what's going
on.... while you're there.


-Michael
 
M

MICHAEL

What do have plugged into the hub? Maybe it's a wireless mouse
causing the problem. Do you have the most updated drivers for your
USB devices?

I'm not sure if this will help, but Microsoft did release an update
for the USB hardware devices and controllers.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...90-1204-4F94-8EE1-063071797427&displaylang=en
1/29/2007
This is a reliability update. Install this update to resolve reliability issues with some USB
hardware devices and controllers.


-Michael

Lakesidezx said:
Thanks, found it and it states:

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter
[ Guid] {cdc05e28-c449-49c6-b9d2-88cf761644df}

EventID 1

Version 0

Level 4

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-02-08T20:10:03.867Z

EventRecordID 14489

- Correlation

[ ActivityID] {FE5AA1A2-3837-4574-B7A5-80A1D4FE2C63}

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 1704
[ ThreadID] 1448

Channel System

Computer AMD

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-19


- EventData

SleepTime 2007-02-08T20:09:35.892Z
WakeTime 2007-02-08T20:09:56.531Z
SleepDuration 7676
WakeDuration 4031
DriverInitDuration 348
BiosInitDuration 957
HiberWriteDuration 6017
HiberReadDuration 0
HiberPagesWritten 28399
Attributes 20739
TargetState 4
EffectiveState 5
WakeSourceType 4
WakeSourceTextLength 12
WakeSourceText USB Root Hub
________________________________________________

Indicating to me that the souce of the wakeup would be a USB Root Hub, but in device manager
I set the usb root hubs to Not be able to wake up the computer, but they continue to do so
according to the logs.

Perhaps someone can instruct me on what to do to get sleep to work properly on my computer.

Thanks,

MICHAEL said:
Type, Event Viewer into Start Menu's search bar. Click it, and
have a look there. Specifically, Windows Logs>System
Maybe, check under "Application", also to see what's going
on.... while you're there.


-Michael
 
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M

MICHAEL

Have you checked the Properties of your Network Card
to see if "wake" is enabled? Just a thought.

-Michael

Lakesidezx said:
I have both a USB mouse (Microsoft Wireless Notebook 3000) as well as the Microsoft Ergonomic
4000 usb keyboard.

I have unplugged the mouse and tried but it wakes up as soon as it shuts down.


LaRoux said:
Maybe a USB device that is constantly sending activity? Do you have a wireless mouse maybe?
It might be worth a try to unplug your mouse just before putting your machine to sleep to at
least rule out this one easy item.
Lakesidezx said:
Thanks, found it and it states:

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Power-Troubleshooter
[ Guid] {cdc05e28-c449-49c6-b9d2-88cf761644df}

EventID 1

Version 0

Level 4

Task 0

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2007-02-08T20:10:03.867Z

EventRecordID 14489

- Correlation

[ ActivityID] {FE5AA1A2-3837-4574-B7A5-80A1D4FE2C63}

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 1704
[ ThreadID] 1448

Channel System

Computer AMD

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-19


- EventData

SleepTime 2007-02-08T20:09:35.892Z
WakeTime 2007-02-08T20:09:56.531Z
SleepDuration 7676
WakeDuration 4031
DriverInitDuration 348
BiosInitDuration 957
HiberWriteDuration 6017
HiberReadDuration 0
HiberPagesWritten 28399
Attributes 20739
TargetState 4
EffectiveState 5
WakeSourceType 4
WakeSourceTextLength 12
WakeSourceText USB Root Hub
________________________________________________

Indicating to me that the souce of the wakeup would be a USB Root Hub, but in device
manager I set the usb root hubs to Not be able to wake up the computer, but they continue
to do so according to the logs.

Perhaps someone can instruct me on what to do to get sleep to work properly on my computer.

Thanks,


Is there a log somewhere that will tell me what it is that is waking up my computer from
sleep?

My problem is that I instruct my computer to sleep, but it immediately wakes up without
any movement on the mouse and or any key presses on the keyboard. Just as soon as it
powers down in sleep mode, it powers right back up immediately.

Is there a log file somewhere that will tell me what it is that is wrong with it or what
it is that is causing the computer to immediately wake up from sleep mode?

Type, Event Viewer into Start Menu's search bar. Click it, and
have a look there. Specifically, Windows Logs>System
Maybe, check under "Application", also to see what's going
on.... while you're there.


-Michael
 

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