Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tutorial: How Can I Stop My Mouse Wake Up My Windows PC

In case a small bump on your desktop is basically enough to take your PC to sleep alive, then the possibility is high that slightly moving the mouse can also wake up your PC to sleep. This guide will show you how to avoid it in most of the time is quite unpleasant.

Based on the way it works by default, when the mouse moves could essentially wake your PC if it was in standby mode. Now an ugly thing about this is that sometimes can not touch the mouse, too fast is recorded. This means that when it comes to your desktop or even walking heavily in his own room, such movements can be enough to pique your PC sleep mode. But then you should not suffer this misery forever. JustNaira is there to show you the procedures to relieve the horror of this awakening unwanted PC.

For starters, you have to press Start, and then you write "mouse", after which you can click on the selection panel for mouse control application opens.

Okay, so in the "Mouse Properties", you will need to change the "Hardware" tab.

When you get there, make a selection that aims to control the mouse from the list after that could click on the "Properties" button. You will find more than a mouse that her list on some systems, for example, a laptop that is in possession of a touchpad and an external mouse. Therefore, it is necessary to make a selection that you want to disable wake up your PC.

You will have to move the window of the mouse properties, he has to click on "Edit Settings".

After that, you have to switch to the Power Management tab, there will disable the "Allow this device to wake the computer."

So you should know that the ability to disable your mouse to wake your PC is as easy. Not even matter if the option is hidden in the application of the mouse control panel. A nice thing about all this is that other devices that can wake your PC to sleep can also be disabled in the same way. In some devices, you have the option via the control panel. Then on devices like the network driver, you can access it via the Device Manager. So this exhibition should help ease the nightmare of your mouse problematically turn on your PC.




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