Double-click on the device to open its properties and switch to the Power Management tab. Check the allow this device to wake the computer preference. If it is checked, the device is allowed to wake the computer automatically. To disable the capability, uncheck the option and click ok afterwards.1. Wakeup from sleep using USB devices is enabled in my PC's BIOS Settings. 2. "Allow this device to wake the computer" is checked for the Keyboard, Mouse and USB Ports in Windows Device Manager. 3. Have the latest drivers for the mouse, keyboard as well as the latest BIOS firmware version.
How to allow or prevent the computer from waking up automatically?
1. Open Device Manager (devmgmt.msc). 2. Expand open the device category (ex: Keyboards), and double click/tap on the device (ex: "HID Keyboard Device") that you want to allow or prevent to wake the computer. (see screenshot below)
How to allow or prevent device to wake computer in command prompt?
To Allow or Prevent a Device to Wake Computer in Command Prompt. 1. Open an elevated command prompt. 2. Do step 3 (allow) or step 4 (prevent) below for what you would like to do. 3. To Allow Device to Wake the Computer. A) Type the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter.
How to enable/disable device wake in Device Manager?
1st Step: Device Manager -> USB Input Device -> Power Management -> Allow device to wake the computer. The option was greyed out. No Matter. You do not have the permission to enable or disable device wake. Meh, unfortunate. No power management settings.
How do I Wake Up my Computer with a USB keyboard?
In the device tree, find your device. My USB keyboard is located under "Keyboards". Double-click the device to open its properties. Switch to the Power management tab. Untick the check box Allow this device to wake the computer, and click the OK button.