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How to stop Logitech Wireless mice from waking PC from sleep

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Put PC to sleep 

Move wireless logitech mouse. 

PC wakes up.

Takes only the slightest of movements for the mouse to wake the PC up.

Followed this guide: https://www.online-tech-tips.com/computer-tips/stop-mouse-from-waking-windows-up-from-sleep-mode/

Still wakes up.

 

My BIOS is different to that in the guide. Please look at my sig to see my mobo and please advise.

 

Thanks


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Go into device manager, and go to the mouse section. Right click on your mouse and go to properties. There should be a power management tab, in which there should be check boxes for allowing it to wake the computer up from sleep.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Eastman51 said:

Go into device manager, and go to the mouse section. Right click on your mouse and go to properties. There should be a power management tab, in which there should be check boxes for allowing it to wake the computer up from sleep.

If you had read my post and clicked the link, you would have seen I already did that. With all 4 or 5 mice that show up. I have a Logitech G5, MX Master 2s and G903. Currently using only the G903.


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- Samsung Green 8GB DDR3 C11 1600Mhz 30nm
- Gigabyte HD 7870 OC Windforce 3x 2GB

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- Asus Xonar D2X PCI-E

- TP-Link Wireless N Adapter TL-WDN4800
- Bluetooth Adapter - TRUST 17772

 

- OS Drive Crucial MX500 500GB

 

- Samsung BluRay ODD


Lian Li SATA power switch BZ-H06B
BitFenix Recon Internet-Connected Fan Controller
Zalman CNPS9500AT with Zalman ZM-CS5B CNPS Clip Support

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