Sleep Problems caused and solved by KB Updates?


Durahl

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Greetings!

For like the past month or so I've been suffering from a Sleep related issue that I've - until today - assumed to be a slowly developing hardware defect related to either the ASUS Maximus XI Code Motherboard or the ASUS ROG THOR 850P PSU due to how the Problem manifested itself...

Basically whenever I'd send the PC to Sleep - which is generally handled via a Home Automation using a Logitech Harmony HUB IR blasting a USB IR Receiver in the PC to trigger the Shut Down Command ( changed to go to Sleep instead ) it would attempt to go to Sleep but ultimately completely Shut Down noticeable because of Edge Chromium offering to restore the last Session when opened again - Something that is not happening when the PC was explicitly told to Shut Down while Edge is still running hinting at ( so I assume ) the PC really attempting to go into Sleep but then something going south along the way.

This Situation has at first kind of been a 50/50 situation where it would occasionally do a proper Sleep ( and return from it via Voice Command ) and sometimes not ( requiring me to manually turn on the PC like a filthy savage 😖 ) until it completely fixed itself for about two weeks until it then went the total opposite route for the past 3 weeks or so not going to Sleep at all ( either via Voice or via the Start Menu Command ).

That was until this morning when the PC turned back on via Voice like nothing ever happened ( PC and TV are both hooked to the same command ) after installing yesterday's KB Updates and it now also returning from a 30min Sleep Timer by nudging my Wireless Mouse.

According to the Update History the following KB Updates were installed on the 13.07.2022:
KB5015814
KB5016404
KB5016405

Any ideas what is up with that? 🤨
 
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rick99

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Interesting. I also was having issues with Sleep. I have one of those systems where I had to make that registry change as described elsewhere in this forum to get my system to sleep instead of just Modern Standby. It was working fine after that change for a while. However, about two or three weeks ago I started having problems. I put my PC to sleep using the sleep button on the keyboard. I noticed it would start to sleep and then immediately wake. Sometimes It would actually cause the PC to reboot suddenly. I didn't notice anything related to Edge. Most of the time I close the browser before sending it to sleep. I could eventually get it to sleep by trying again and again. About a week ago, this behavior had stopped and the system starting entering Sleep properly. I don't know what was causing it since it started working again before Tuesday's patches. Maybe the problem is not actually fixed and whatever combination of events was causing it to fail will happen again if I try to put it asleep when that combination has been met.
 

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Durahl

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Edge Chromium has most likely nothing to do with the issue - I just kind of mentioned it as its serving as a Benchmark that Sleep was indeed initiated from the System ( Edge thus not being alarmed for IT to properly shut down ) but the System then unexpectedly loosing "Power" which is to Edge as if it crashed or I ended it using the Task Manager - Hence the offer to restore the last Session.
 

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    ASUS ROG Maximus XI CODE
    Memory
    32GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
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    SONY KD-77A1 77" 4K HDR TV
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    2x Samsung M.2 970 PRO
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    ASUS ROG Thor 850
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    Corsair 900D
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idainc

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I had been having sleep issues with the machine constantly popping back to life randomly. It appears to have improved a bit with this past weeks updates but now I've inherited a hibernation sized file (when the machine doesn't offer hibernate). Hoping this may also get fixed with the next update round.
 

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