#StackBounty: #windows-10 #boot #drivers #services #revo-uninstaller Uninstalling AOMEI Backupper causes Stop code: INACCESSIBLE BOOT D…

Bounty: 100

I’m trying to remove AOMEI Backupper 4.0.2 from my PC. I installed a trial and found it can’t do what I need it to do. Now I can’t remove it without killing my PC. After removal the PC will bootloop 3 times, the 3rd time it will go into “Automatic Repair” and fail. Luckily I can use advanced options > System Restore to recover the machine.

I’ve narrowed it down to these 3 drivers: ambakdrv.sys, ammntdrv.sys, amwrtdrv.sys. Even unchecking these drivers in Autoruns will cause the system to fail.

Autoruns and Everything showing these drivers are from AOMEI Backupper

Revo Uninstaller can’t uninstall it successfully. I even had Revo Uninstaller monitor the installation of this product and I have all the logs for this install. The included un-installer fails because it can’t find the uninst000.dat.

How do I remove this crap software from my machine? How do I completely remove: ambakdrv.sys, ammntdrv.sys, amwrtdrv.sys without breaking the current Windows Install?


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#StackBounty: #windows-server-2008 #iis-7 #windows-10 #iis-8 #asp-classic IIS – Chunked large file uploads fail without error

Bounty: 50

I need a way to send large files (5 GB) to my webserver, for this I use a plugin that can send chuncks of 100MB. I configured request/response limits and if I send files with a maximum of approximately 800MB, then everything is working fine.
If I send larger files then the 10th chunk just stops working. No error or anything, it just stays in a loading state.

I then tried to send smaller chunks (10MB), but then it stalls after 98 requests. With 6mb chunks it also failed and when I finally tried with 1mb chunks it seems to work till the end.
The same thing happens when I don’t send chunks, but regular files in serial with the same size.

Obviously I’m happy that it worked, but it feels like it’s more luck than wisdom, and I’m hesitant to use this in production if I dont understand why the smaller chunks work and the bigger don’t.

Does anybody have any idea what could be causing this behaviour?

I’d rather set the chunk size to about 100mb, so smaller files are send as one file instead of chunks I need to combine again. So I’d like to know how I can enable the larger chunks.


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #multiple-monitors Multiple monitors: Windows moving around (sometimes) after waking monitors

Bounty: 150

Note:

I’ve read several solutions to this problem, all of which seem to involve looking for a key in the registry at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlGraphicsDriversConfiguration, which is prefixed with SIMULATED_. I have no such key in there. I only have two keys: One that represents two of my 3 monitors, and another that represents all three.

I tried deleting everything in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlGraphicsDriversConfiguration and in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlGraphicsDriversConnectivity and rebooted. This reset my monitor settings, and I had to re-arrange the desktops accordingly… but the problem still comes up now and again.

Edit 1:

I’ve noticed just now that when I woke the monitors, my center monitor was set to a resolution of 1920×1080 while the side monitors were 2560×1440. So somehow, the resolution is getting changed at random, and (most of the time) it gets reverted back, thus causing the shift in windows.

A few other times, I’ve noticed that all my desktop icons have been moved to another screen (I keep them in the center) despite the center screen being the “primary” in Windows. So here, it seems, two monitors just randomly swapped places in settings.

Here’s a screenshot of my relevant registry settings. I’ve selected one of the registry keys, but the other two below are the exact same, it seems.

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I have three ASUS PB278Q monitors (27 inch 2560×1440) and I’ve been having problems ever since I upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 last year. I often pin two specific windows next to eachother on one monitor, and when I come back to my computer after a long period of time, I find that sometimes (but not all the time) the windows are not positioned correctly anymore. They are on the same monitor, but it’s as if the resolution changed overnight and now the windows are not where they were.

On one of my other monitors, I find that sometimes (but again, not always) the windows completely move to my center monitor.

My left-most monitor is connected via Dual Link DVI, while the middle (primary) and right monitors are connected via DisplayPort.

DDC/CI is enabled for all three monitors.

I have a NVidia GTX 960 with fairly recent (if not newest) drivers.


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.

EDIT 5: results from running powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/OpXYLq/
I’ve added a plugin to translate the page, you can find it in the first line

EDIT 6: results from running a clean powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/mWEZpr/
I turned off bluetooth, closed all open programs, killed the audio process and ran the command.
Immediately after that, I tried to put the computer to sleep. Failed again.


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.

EDIT 5: results from running powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/OpXYLq/
I’ve added a plugin to translate the page, you can find it in the first line

EDIT 6: results from running a clean powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/mWEZpr/
I turned off bluetooth, closed all open programs, killed the audio process and ran the command.
Immediately after that, I tried to put the computer to sleep. Failed again.


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#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.

EDIT 5: results from running powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/OpXYLq/
I’ve added a plugin to translate the page, you can find it in the first line

EDIT 6: results from running a clean powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/mWEZpr/
I turned off bluetooth, closed all open programs, killed the audio process and ran the command.
Immediately after that, I tried to put the computer to sleep. Failed again.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.

EDIT 5: results from running powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/OpXYLq/
I’ve added a plugin to translate the page, you can find it in the first line

EDIT 6: results from running a clean powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/mWEZpr/
I turned off bluetooth, closed all open programs, killed the audio process and ran the command.
Immediately after that, I tried to put the computer to sleep. Failed again.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.

EDIT 5: results from running powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/OpXYLq/
I’ve added a plugin to translate the page, you can find it in the first line

EDIT 6: results from running a clean powercfg -energy:
http://codepen.io/carvalho23lucas/full/mWEZpr/
I turned off bluetooth, closed all open programs, killed the audio process and ran the command.
Immediately after that, I tried to put the computer to sleep. Failed again.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows-10 #sleep #power-management Windows 10 won't sleep or turn off after being on for a few hours

Bounty: 50

BEFORE MARKING IT AS DUPLICATE:
Here’s what I’ve tried:

  • Updating video drivers: GeForce GT 740M up to date
  • Updating network drivers: Realtek PCIe up to date
  • NEW: Updating chipset drivers: They were already up to date
  • Updating BIOS: Updated to A10
  • Turning off hybrid-sleep
  • turning off hibernation completely
  • Disabling wake timers on all energy plans
  • Turning off waking on magic packet/pattern match
  • Unplugging all USB and Bluetooth devices
  • Setting the sleep idle timer for something else than “never”
  • Disabling waking up devices shown in powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  • Some other things that I don’t remember now. Please ask in the comments before marking as duplicate.

If I turn on my computer and open all my applications, I can put my computer to sleep with no problem, but after some hours of it being on, if I try to put it to sleep, it will turn off the screen, but it will not sleep, and the only way to use the computer again is to force a restart by holding down the power button.

This started to happen after I switched my old HD to an SSD and reinstaled windows 10.

EDIT 1: Tried shutting Chrome off and running powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System without success

EDIT 2:

  • When I manually put my machine to sleep, after letting it on after 2+ hours, the screen will turn off, but the power light and the wifi light will stay on, and then I need to forcefully turn the computer off by holding the power button.
  • The powercfg -requests command was showing the following result:

    [PROCESS] DeviceHarddiskVolume4Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe
    WebRTC has active PeerConnections

…But after killing chrome, it started to show the following:

[DRIVER] Chamador Kernel Herdado
(this is equivalent to [DRIVER] Legacy Kernel Caller)

I’ve tried running without success both:
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
powercfg -requestsoverride Driver "Chamador Kernel Herdado" System

Two important things:
– The Kernel entry vanished after I closed Spotify
– I turned my computer on just now, so I can put it to sleep without problems even with the Kernel entry on my -requests, the issue seems to appear after 2 hours

EDIT 3:
I have reasons to believe the Kernel thing is not the issue, this forum post is similar to my problem, my computer won’t shut off also, after two hours.
https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/66640-wont-enter-sleep-legacy-kernel-caller.html

EDIT 4:
Maybe this can be related, maybe not…
When sleeping normally (with the computer on for less than 2 hours), the disk light blinks a lot, and then it goes to sleep.
But when the sleep fails, the disk light blinks 3 or 4 times before turning off, and then the wifi light and power light stays on. That’s when the computer freezes.
My HD got replaced by a SSD recently, and that’s when the problems started. I’m using a Dell Inspiron 14R.


Get this bounty!!!