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Hibernate on windows 10

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I put my job pc to hibernate but always in the morning is on,
i dont know what, happend, also when remote to it from my home is still up, or i dont know is a new feature that wake up when remote sesion is launched,
please help me you experts
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It depends on the hardware. A lot of PC's can be awakened from sleep or hibernation via software that tries to access it. Usually you can set those options in the PC's BIOS.
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by:John Hurst
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An addition to the above (which I agree with), make sure you are using true hibernation and not hybrid sleep (a specific form of suspend).
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is a Dell pc, hibernate awakes i dont know why
regards
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by:John Hurst
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Dell has had some issues with power management. Try a new Power Driver from Dell. This is a system driver Lenovo supplies them, so I assume Dell does as well.
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Ok i try,
i found the AV ask for update at 10 PM?
is that may be awake the pc?
i change it to the morning already
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by:John Hurst
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That could happen if the system hibernate function is allowed to wake up for it. Change it to after you get up, and check the power driver and let us know tomorrow.
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by:Michael-Best
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You need to turn off all software. OS, security updates to stop it waking up.

Note that by turning off "security updates" will leave you vulnerable to new virus attacks unless you update when you wake it before accessing any internet other than the security updates.

Mine also wakes at unusual hours, but I let it be, as I prefer to have the security updates as soon as they become available.
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by:edo60
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But if i let it be when finíshing updates it becomes to hibernaré again?
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by:John Hurst
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After the specified time, it should hibernate again. Check your hibernate settings.
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oh man,
im in remote mode, this thing is not hibernating
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by:John Hurst
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Do you have a vendor supplied power driver?  And did you try reinstalling it.

Also update BIOS, Chipset and Video drivers.
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by:John Hurst
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@edo60 - Did you follow up on our suggestions?
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by:Michael-Best
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"But if i let it be when finíshing updates it becomes to hibernaré again? "

Unfortunately, the answer is, no.
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@edo60 - did you try updating the drivers as suggested?  Is the problem fixed?
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The situation is that the OS  i think it take decitions by it's selve when is hibernating or suspended, and needs to update it wake up and do it stuff, the problem is that  not become hbernating when finishing,
i let it be and the problem its gone, i think it do not need to update no more until now,
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by:edo60
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Thank you all!
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You are very welcome and I was happy to help you resolve the issue
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