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Windows misbehaving while all settings are off

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by dezaxat, Nov 9, 2018.

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  1. dezaxat

    dezaxat Thread Starter

    Nov 9, 2018
    Hello, everybody. I have the weirdest problem ever and i can't get past it whatever i'm doing.

    Everything started with the mouse (SteelSeries Rival 300) leds. When i had fast boot default (on) and left clicked my mouse while pc was shut down, it poped up the leds exactly the color in my steelseries preset. Time passed by, i did nothing to investigate and few days ago my gpu melted down (fans, display, everything). I started to investigate further. Turned off fast boot and here the problem rockets.

    When i left click my mouse while pc is shut down, the pc just starts (with fast boot off).
    I tried: powercfg -lastwake
    Wake History Count - 0

    powercfg -devicequery wake_armed

    The thing that's weirder is that before that, i tried "powercfg -devicequery wake_armed" and got some 3 keyboard slots from device manager and the lan adaptor. Went through device manager, unchecked every possible thing that said "Let this wake up my computer", went through BIOS, disable everything aswell and the problem persists.

    Could this be a PSU problem?

    As for my desktop, there it is:

    I5 4690 (non-K)
    AsRock H97 Pro4
    4x4 HyperX Savage DDR3 1600 mhz
    ex - Sapphire R9 390 Nitro Backplate - currently dead
    Super Flower Leadex Gold 650W White
    Mice - Steelseries Rival 300
    KB - Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum
    Monitor - Asus VG248QE

    OS: Windows 10

    I'm currently using the integrated gpu.

    From time to time i take my gf GPU (RX 470) and the problem persists with and without gpu.

    Same as with another mouse.
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