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Desktop goes to sleep every 30mins

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My computer goes to sleep every 30mins.  I have checked my power settings and I have it set to "never" on when to sleep. I checked my display settings and there is nothing that should cause my computer to sleep every 30mins.

 

Now what??

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

I don't know why your PC sleeps if you have the current, active, power plan set to "never".

 

This issue should not be happening.

 

Most folks have problems using sleep and wake from sleep commands using USB devices.

 

Reset Power settings in Advanced options to see if this helps.

 

Regards

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stevecomputer
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Sorry if it sounds stupid but is it your monitor that's going to sleep rather than your computer? Some devices have power settings like the network card that can sometimes cause suspend.  Some bios setup setting can cause suspend also but be careful changing things in the bios and look it up first.  Take pictures with your phone or write down anything you change so you can set it back.  You could disable fastboot and hibernation in windows power settings also. 

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