Windows 11 wakes up from hibernation (maintenance activator)


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Guys, I need help. I have a notebook I bought 3 months ago, an Alienware M15 R6, with Windows 11.
I have the known problem that the machine wakes up at night, when it is in hibernation.
It turns out that I've already looked through the literature on the internet, including the Windows 10 forum, I've done numerous things in the operating system, but it keeps “waking up” in the middle of the night.
I've done everything.
I have already disabled all the wake up options in the device manager (mouse, keyboard, network card).
In the task scheduler, I have already disabled the tasks that could wake up the system one by one.
In the control panel, under system and maintenance, the option to activate the system is already disabled.
In power options, I already disabled the option to wake up which was active in hibernation.
I've already made changes to the registry creating keys to disable system maintenance, power options....
The powercfg checks at the command prompt I've done all...
Jesus Christ, someone could shed some light how to disable this!
 

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The next time your computer mysteriously wakes from hibernate do the following:
open a command prompt and type powercfg -a take a screenshot of it
then type powercfg -lastwake take a screenshot of it
Please post the 2 screenshots
 

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I suggest you post your PowerCfg -a results now.
- Run PowerCfg -a in any cmd / PS / Terminal window.
- You can just select all the text in the window then paste it here as text [but do check it after posting & put back in all its line returns if the act of posting drops them].

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In addition to what has already been suggested, I noticed that among the things you looked at, you did not mention the BIOS settings. Many BIOS have an option to wake a system at a specific time. Make sure that this option is not enabled.
 

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Os seguintes estados de suspensão estão disponíveis neste sistema:
Espera (S0 Ocioso com Baixo Consumo de Energia) Rede Desconectada
Hibernar

Os seguintes estados de suspensão não estão disponíveis neste sistema:
Modo de espera (S1)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Modo de espera (S2)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Modo de espera (S3)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Suspensão Híbrida
O modo de espera (S3) não está disponível.

Inicialização Rápida
Esta ação está desabilitada na política do sistema atual.

Em Espera (S0 Ocioso com Baixo Consumo de Energia) Conectado via Rede
A conectividade em espera está desabilitada por política.
 

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I didin´t anything in bios.

Windows - System - event viewer

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Um novo processo foi criado.

Entidade do Criador:
ID de Segurança: SISTEMA
Nome da Conta: -
Domínio da Conta: -
ID de Logon: 0x3E7

Entidade de Destino:
ID de Segurança: NULL SID
Nome da Conta: -
Domínio da Conta: -
ID de Logon: 0x0

v:
ID do Novo Processo: 0xf0
Nome do Novo Processo: Registry
Tipo de Elevação do Token: TokenElevationTypeDefault (1)
Rótulo Obrigatório: Rótulo Obrigatório\Nível Obrigatório do Sistema
ID de Processo do Criador: 0x4
Nome do Processo do Criador:
Linha de Comando do Processo:

Tipo de Elevação do Token indica o tipo de token atribuído ao novo processo, de acordo com a política do Controle de Conta de Usuário.

Tipo 1 é um token completo, sem privilégios removidos ou grupos desabilitados. O token completo será usado somente se o Controle de Conta de Usuário estiver desabilitado ou se o usuário tiver a conta de Administrador interno ou uma conta de serviço.

Tipo 2 é um token elevado sem privilégios removidos ou grupos desabilitados. Um token elevado é usado quando o Controle de Conta de Usuário está habilitado e o usuário opta por iniciar o programa usando Executar como administrador. O token elevado também é usado quando um aplicativo é configurado para sempre exigir privilégio administrativo ou privilégio máximo, e o usuário for membro do grupo Administradores.

Tipo 3 é um token limitado com privilégios administrativos removidos e grupos administrativos desabilitados. O token limitado é usado quando o Controle de Conta de Usuário está habilitado, o aplicativo não exige privilégio administrativo e o usuário não opta por iniciar o programa usando Executar como administrado.
 

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Everyone this is his post #5 run through a translator. He has modern sleep.

The following sleep states are available on this system:
Standby (S0 Idle with Low Power Consumption) Network Disconnected
Hibernate

The following sleep states are not available on this system:
Standby mode (S1)
The system firmware does not support this wait state.
This standby mode is disabled when the S0 low-power idle state is not supported.

Standby mode (S2)
The system firmware does not support this wait state.
This standby mode is disabled when the S0 low-power idle state is not supported.

Standby mode (S3)
The system firmware does not support this wait state.
This standby mode is disabled when the S0 low-power idle state is not supported.

Hybrid Suspension
Standby mode (S3) is not available.




Quick Start
This action is disabled in the current system policy.

Standby (S0 Idle with Low Power Consumption) Connected via Network
Standby connectivity is disabled by policy.
 

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@JeffersonMor For us to narrow down what is waking your system, the next time it goes to sleep run the powercfg /lastwake command.
Or, you can run it right now if the last time it woke up, it did so erroneously.
 

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Microsoft Windows [versão 10.0.22000.593]
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C:\Windows\system32>powercfg /lastwake
Contagem de Histórico de Ativação - 0

C:\Windows\system32>
 

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C:\Windows\system32>PowerCfg -a
Os seguintes estados de suspensão estão disponíveis neste sistema:
Espera (S0 Ocioso com Baixo Consumo de Energia) Rede Desconectada
Hibernar

Os seguintes estados de suspensão não estão disponíveis neste sistema:
Modo de espera (S1)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Modo de espera (S2)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Modo de espera (S3)
O firmware do sistema não oferece suporte a este estado de espera.
Este modo de espera é desabilitado quando não há suporte para o estado ocioso de baixo consumo de energia do S0.

Suspensão Híbrida
O modo de espera (S3) não está disponível.

Inicialização Rápida
Esta ação está desabilitada na política do sistema atual.

Em Espera (S0 Ocioso com Baixo Consumo de Energia) Conectado via Rede
A conectividade em espera está desabilitada por política.


C:\Windows\system32>
 

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1) Please use English as the default language:




2) Run: (some require Ten Forums logon)

a) https://www.tenforums.com/attachmen...-files-use-bsod-debugging-tuneup_plus_log.bat

b) Get_Powercfg_info.bat - Click here to go to the BSOD batch repository to download and run this batch file.

c) V2: V2 Log Collector


3) Open administrative command prompt and type or copy and paste:

msdt.exe -id PowerDiagnostic
msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic
msdt.exe -id NetworkDiagnosticsNetworkAdapter
msdt.exe -id NetworkDiagnosticsInbound

For each troubleshooter click on "view detailed information" > post images or share links into this thread



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Translation of post #11 by JeffersonMor
Microsoft Windows [version 10.0.22000.593]
(c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Windows\system32>powercfg /lastwake
Activation History Count - 0

C:\Windows\system32>


 

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This issue has been popping up from time to time on the MS board and takes some digging to solve since it is not caused by the same thing every time. Here are some things you can try to find your culprit.

This tells you what device are allowed to wake your system
  1. First, type powercfg -devicequery wake_armed into the Command Prompt. This will tell you which devices are causing your Windows 10 computer to wake up.
    2.Then press the Windows key + R on your keyboard.
    3.Next, type devmgmt.msc into the search bar and click OK.
    4.Select the device that’s causing your computer to wake up and double-click it. This will open up the device’s properties.
    5.Then click the Power Management
    6.Finally, untick Allow this device to wake up the computer and click OK.


You could search Windows’ Event Viewer for information:
Click the Start menu, search for Event Viewer, and launch the tool. In the sidebar, head to Windows Logs > System, then click the Filter Current Log button on the right side of the window. Choose Power-Troubleshooter from the Event Sources drop-down menu and click OK to see all the times your computer woke up recently and what caused them.

Disable Wake on Lan
Here is a very in depth article that should help you if you follow all the troubleshooting steps.

One of these suggestions should help you.
 
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