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grigtar
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Simultaneously turn on the uninterruptible power supply and desktop computer.

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I will be very grateful for your help !!!

I have  HP 690-0000NJ Gaming Desktop PC. Windows 11.I have a desktop connected to an uninterruptible power supply. When I'm not using my computer, I turn off the UPS by pressing the on/off button on the UPS.
Before I want to turn on the computer, I first press the on / off button of the uninterruptible power supply and I turn on both the uninterruptible power supply and the computer at the same time.
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This problem did not exist before. At first I turned on the UPS, and then I pressed separately, pressed the power button on the computer itself.
What can you recommend to solve this problem?

(So ​​that when you press the on-off button of the UPS, the computer itself does not turn on).
Thank you very much for your help !

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NonSequitur777
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@grigtar,

 

My first observation is to never turn your UPS off.  I have several UPS units online, and they usually last a couple of years -turned on 24/7.

 

Turning your UPS off and on will shorten the life expectancy of its battery.

 

Every night, with your UPS unplugged, the battery self-discharges. Every day, when you plug the UPS back in, the battery has to charge back up to compensate for the self-discharge. This daily partial discharge, full charge cycle will reduce the battery life.

 

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Thank you!

But I have a question:
How to prevent the computer from turning on when you turn on the uninterruptible power supply?
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@grigtar,

 

You have to check if your computer is in hibernation/sleep mode, and not in full shut-down mode -which is preferable in my opinion: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/shut-down-sleep-or-hibernate-your-pc-2941d165-7d0a-a5e8-....

 

Again, leave your UPS on.

 

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@grigtar,

 

Btw, when you keep turning your UPS off and on, in exchange for said reduction in battery life, you may prolong the life of certain non-replaceable parts of your UPS. However, these parts rarely fail.

 

Perhaps you turn your UPS off to save energy/reduce your carbon footprint.  A lofty goal, for sure.

 

However, you will see increased electricity consumption whenever you turn your UPS back on.  A line-interactive UPS doesn't have much of its internal parts on when the input power is normal and the battery is fully charged -UPS energy consumption is minimal just to keep the battery charged.

 

Hope this was helpful.

 

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Thank you for YOUR HELP!

What checks should I make in the BIOS settings?

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!!!

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NonSequitur777
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@grigtar,

 

If I understand your issues correctly, try steps #2, #3 and #4 as illustrated in this link: https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/computer-wont-shut-down-in-windows-10-solved/.

 

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@grigtar wrote:

Thank you!

But I have a question:
How to prevent the computer from turning on when you turn on the uninterruptible power supply?
Attached a screenshot

2022-05-16_180333.jpg


good morning
just for information because, I have not seen mention of this despite several messages / response
So the problem indicated, could well correspond to what is mentioned here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/ish_4209641-3226345-16


Personally I would do a test without the device, computer connected directly to the power supply, and check if still the same problem

and check motheboard Battery

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01368145

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph04375

 


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A bios update is not without risk!
Be aware that if you are offered to do so, it will be at your own risk, the computer may become unusable, think about it
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grigtar
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Thank you for your letter!
I have checked:
I connected the cord from the computer's power supply directly to the outlet and the computer turned on by itself
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!

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Prométhée
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I just wanted to share this HP document
now I'll leave you with @NonSequitur777  for the rest
But just one thing, if computer boots when plugged in, check options in bios, something like "boot after power loss", disable
Good luck
@NonSequitur777  I'll let you continue..

 


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