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post #11 of 16
ErP... I don't remember exactly what it stands for. It's an energy standard for greener living (save power). In the BIOS, it will probably be listed as something like 'ErP ready'. When enabled, on a computer, it limits the amount of power the computer uses in a 'Shutdown' state. It will disable things like 'wake on LAN', motherboard lights that might be normally be on, power to USB ports, etc... I think the standard is 1w used in the 'shutdown' condition. It basically shuts the computer down when you tell it to shutdown (next best thing to toggling the PSU switch).

Search the net for more info.

Windows has a setting on how the 'power' button should function, make sure it's set correctly. Some devices have power settings and can cause you PC to start.

If you shutdown and ErP is enabled, you should be good. If that doesn't work, we'll have to blame Windows 10.
post #12 of 16
My build did this too. I needed to format (new SSD) and it went away, it's most likely a setting within windows.
post #13 of 16
Some power supplies will supply power for a few seconds after shutdown, but everything should completely turn off after that. Sounds like a Windows bug or "feature"...
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by BarneyRubble View Post

ErP... I don't remember exactly what it stands for. It's an energy standard for greener living (save power). In the BIOS, it will probably be listed as something like 'ErP ready'. When enabled, on a computer, it limits the amount of power the computer uses in a 'Shutdown' state. It will disable things like 'wake on LAN', motherboard lights that might be normally be on, power to USB ports, etc... I think the standard is 1w used in the 'shutdown' condition. It basically shuts the computer down when you tell it to shutdown (next best thing to toggling the PSU switch).

Search the net for more info.

Windows has a setting on how the 'power' button should function, make sure it's set correctly. Some devices have power settings and can cause you PC to start.

If you shutdown and ErP is enabled, you should be good. If that doesn't work, we'll have to blame Windows 10.
i have search for it nothing i find in the bios the fast boot enabled do i disabled it again qnd problem solve now thank you again for the help
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post

My build did this too. I needed to format (new SSD) and it went away, it's most likely a setting within windows.
i disabled the fast boot in bios and its solved now
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by Faster_is_better View Post

Some power supplies will supply power for a few seconds after shutdown, but everything should completely turn off after that. Sounds like a Windows bug or "feature"...
i have set wziting it for 5 min no thing hapeen now i solve it from bios get the fast boot off
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