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      07-27-2017, 03:05 PM   #1
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Computer Going To Sleep

I have a Lenovo running Windows 10.

If I do not touch the mouse or keyboard for ~2 minutes the tower goes to sleep.

I have changed every conceivable setting under "Power Options" and it still does it.

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Check the previous installed energy savings from the notebook mfr, Asus sometimes installes some hidden programs for this, which are not related to the OS.
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Check the previous installed energy savings from the notebook mfr, Asus sometimes installes some hidden programs for this, which are not related to the OS.
Interesting. Thank you. Can you tell me how I would go about this?
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Go to START/ALL PROGRAMS and search for those named like "Lenovo" or similar. Below that folder you would find (if installed) so called customized programs of the brand holder. Maybe theres an own energy management installed.
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