I think there are two main reasons why Windows would wake up “by itself” (without pressing a key on the keyboard or clicking the mouse).
- Scheduled tasks;
- Devices allowed to wake up the computer.
Scheduled tasks are fairly simple to look into and it was not the problem at the time of writing this post, so I’ll skip straight to the second point.
We can get a list of devices that are allowed to wake up the computer from sleep by typing at the command prompt:
powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
At the time, I had 3 allowed devices:
- Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection
- HID-compliant mouse
- Microsoft USB Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 (Mouse and Keyboard Center) (001)
I don’t need WOL or anything like that so I disallowed the network card to wake up the computer using Device manager:
And voilà, my computer now stays asleep until I use the mouse or keyboard. I started having this problem after moving the computer to another network, so I suspect the new router or other network connected computers sent packets that waked it up.
To prevent the creation of
Open Local Group Policy Editor (Win + R,
gpedit.msc) and go to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components then either Windows Explorer (Win 7) or File Explorer (Win 8).
Enable Turn off the caching of thumbnails in hidden thumbs.db files.
A self-signed certificate is issued for web services (IIS) and it has a default validity period of 2 years. After that time, users of web services will be prompted with a dialog box asking if they still want to access a service that uses an outdated certificate. Outlook users could also be prompted with this dialog box. This box will appear every time a new connection is made.
To prevent this, we need to reissue another certificate to replace the old one. Self-signed certificates cannot be renewed.
We can easily do this using the “Fix my network” wizard. On SBS 2008, it can be accessed under Network => Connectivity in the SBS console. I think we can use this same wizard to reissue a certificate up to a month before the old one expires.
Make sure that Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service is started.
and probably the original version (myst).
run realmystsetup.exe and choose the driver without T&L.
That fixed my problems of broken videos.
install qt lite 4.0.0
il faut peut-etre restreindre à 1 core à partir du task manager
1. Under Libraries Right click Riven
2. Select Properties
3. Set Launch options
4. Type /affinity 1 (Affinity 1 is core 0 Affinity 2 is core 1 You can choose which ever one you want)
5. Select Ok
Since maybe 9.04 (for sure on 10.4), djb stuff (daemontools, ptyget, …) does not compile out of the box. The only change needed is to replace, in errno.h,
extern int errno;
Under Ubuntu 10.4
It seems some files under ~/.dbus are set to owner root, which causes problems when starting an X application over SSH.
chowning -R ~/.dbus to user seems to fix the problem.
Under Windows 7
PuTTY often crashes when forwarding an X application. Could this be related?