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Windows 7 will not go to sleep automatically

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I'm struggling to find out what is causing this problem. I tried unplugging the usb devices, putting cmds, changing energy settings.

I still doesn't sleep.

Any help would be grateful. Thanks!
Edited by aliteDC - 3/30/11 at 4:33pm
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do you mean it won't go to sleep on its own or it won't go to sleep if you manually activate sleep mode?
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I'd like Windows to go to sleep and die, but that just won't happen.
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do you mean it won't go to sleep on its own or it won't go to sleep if you manually activate sleep mode?
It doesn't go automatically, manually it does fine. But the funny thing is when I changed my psu it does go to sleep.

Could it be a psu problem?
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