How to Fix Windows 10 Won’t Put Monitor to Sleep

Sleep is one of the essential parts of any electronics’ life. The mode is put on your PC to save battery life while solving energy waste problems.

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Sleep is one of the essential parts of any electronics’ life. The mode is put on your PC to save battery life while solving energy waste problems.

When you are not using your device but want to keep it on, then you can enable sleep mode that can save your device’s battery life. Sleep mode cuts the power supply on your device when you are not using it. If your monitor does not go blank and get into the sleep mode, then read on and learn about the fixes.

Get The Latest Driver

Here are the steps to follow:

1. Tap on the Start button and then click the “settings” option on your system.

2. Select “Update & Security.”

3. Click “Windows Updates.”

4. Click “Check for Updates.”

Unplug Device Connected With Your PC

Sometimes connected devices can cause this issue on your device. These devices may be the USB driver, keyboard, joystick, and mouse.

This issue happens on your device due to the compatibility problem between the connected device and Windows 10. To avoid this, you need to turn off your device. If it is a game controller, then you need to do the following steps:

1. Right-tap on the Start button, and then click “Device manager.”

2. Select “Human Interface Devices” option.

3. Tap on the “HID-Compliant Game controller” button to disable it.

4. Restart your system.

Turn Off USB Selective Suspend Settings

Here are the steps to follow:

1. Tap on the “Start” button and then select settings on your device.

2. Click “System” and then select the “Power and Sleep” button.

3. Tap on “Additional power settings.”

4. Select “change Plan and settings.”

5. Select “Change advanced power settings.”

6. Press “USB settings.”

7. Select “USB selective suspend and then set it to “disable.’

8. Now restart your system and then check for improvement.

Change Power Plan Settings

Here are the steps to follow:

1. Tap on “Start” and then click “Settings.”

2. Click “System.”

3. Click “Power and Sleep.”

4. Make sure the Sleep setting is set as the desired value.

5. Tap on “Additional power settings.”

6. Click “Change Plan Settings” near your option.

7. Click “Change advanced power settings.”

8. On the “Power Options” window, you need to enable every setting and ensure that they permit the computer to go to Sleep mode.

9. Set it to “Allow the computer to sleep.”

10. Now restart your operating system and then check the issue resolved.

View Event Logs

Here are the steps to follow:

1. Tap on the “Start” button on your device.

2. In the search field type “View event logs” to find it.

3. You need to start the event and then wait until the process completes.

4. Select “Windows Logs System.”

5. Select “Filter current logs.”

6. Tap “Filter current logs.”

7. Click “Event Source: Power troubleshooting” and then hit “OK.”

8. Now restart your device.

Source :- https://norton-com.sitey.me/blog/post/87235/how-to-fix-windows-10-won-t-put-monitor-to-sleep

Daisy Martin arrived on the cyber security scene in the early 2000s when virus and malware were still new and slowly evolving. Her longtime affair with writing with an interest in the cybersecurity industry, combined with her IT degree, has contributed to experience several aspects of security suite industry such as blogging atnorton.com/setup.

 

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