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Hibernate / sleep results in waking during night

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Several times I've tried getting my computer into a cycle of using Hibernate / Hybrid Sleep / Sleep mode, instead of turning it off at night. Initially, this works fine. The fans and lights go off, and everything is fine. However, often this doesn't seem to last. At random points when I'm sleeping, the computer boots back up as if something was pressed on the keyboard.

I've checked BIOS settings for things about waking on LAN and such, and disabled those. Thinking it might be something to do with a USB device detecting input, over several nights I unplugged a single device (mouse, keyboard, 360 controller, etc) from the computer to see what it could be. In the end, nothing seemed to prevent it from waking.

Can anyone help me figure out what else I should try doing to fix the sleep state?
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Did you disable wake up from lan in windows?
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Kinda thought BIOS settings would affect that. Anyway, thanks for the tip.

I just followed this site's info, in reverse:
http://lifehacker.com/#!348197/acces...th-wake+on+lan
I disabled Shutdown Wake-On-Lan, Wake on Magic Packet, and Wake on pattern match for both my network cards. Tonight, I'll use sleep and see how it goes.
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