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Computer enters sleep mode (Windows 10).


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My computer is on 24/7 so I put it to sleep when not in use (manually or by settings).

I recently noticed that it did not go into sleep mode, so I redefined the power settings after a time allotted to the monitor, setting up sleep for the computer after the same time but I saw that there is also a separate setting to turn off the hard disk.

So what does it mean to turn off a hard disk and is it necessary to add to the sleep of a monitor / computer as well? Doesn't computer sleep also include hard disk sleep?

By the way, now I notice that every time I wake up the computer, it is as if "rising" again. Is it just a disc increase? Is it possible to do any wear to the disc? This is about several times a day working with the computer that it goes in and out of sleep.

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This can usually happen when there is spyware on your computer, try checking with MALWARE BYTES or ESET (legal license priority) 

If you have a specific spyware that has entered your computer,

 

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A DEFENDER scanner built into Windows 10 will not detect and remove this spyware? And suppose this is a spyware - why does it cause such a kind of computer rise?

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A DEFENDER scanner built into Windows 10 will not detect and remove this spyware? And suppose this is a spyware - why does it cause such a kind of computer rise?

 

The DEFENDER scanner is a simple scanner, and not quite as up to date as the rest of the antiviruses that pay for it

If you only use DEFENDER you probably have some 50 On the computer or spyware and you have no idea ...

 

With a slight remote command I can cancel your DEFENDER and you will not know,

And in a few seconds, I can turn on your camera, microphone, delete and play files and transfer files to your computer

And all without you knowing about it ...

 

My advice?

Even AVG FREE is better than DEFENDER

 

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The DEFENDER scanner is a simple scanner, and not quite as up to date as the rest of the antiviruses that pay for it

If you only use DEFENDER you probably have some 50 Viruses On the computer or spyware and you have no idea ...

 

With a slight remote command I can cancel your DEFENDER and you will not know,

And in a few seconds, I can turn on your camera, microphone, delete and play files and transfer files to your computer

And all without you knowing about it ...

 

My advice?

Even AVG FREE is better than DEFENDER

 

Successfully

Nonsense in juice. And if you're so sure of yourself, I have a DEFENDER on your computer, we'll see you do something.

 

You have permission to log on to the computer (though not delete information / read files). I will not sue.

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This can usually happen when there is spyware on your computer, try checking with MALWARE BYTES or ESET (legal license priority) 

If you have a specific spyware that has entered your computer,

 

Successfully

Could it be that these two free programs reveal nothing in the scan, and only if I purchase them for a fee will they discover and suck?

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At night when I went to sleep, and I pressed on the keyboard on sleep mode (or even through the operating system) and the computer went into sleep mode - sometimes it would go out of sleep after a few seconds (like - insist on not falling asleep ..) or if it went into sleep mode, at night when I woke up Action. No one touched him. Second, the computer was set to enter automatic sleep mode after an hour - not happening.
I also noticed several times That after a few hours I was not at the computer and went in to get something from a study, suddenly the screen came on. As if someone had done something. What is the probability that it came out a few times when I get to the computer After a few hours That I was not next to him, Just walk into a study (touching nothing!), The screen will suddenly turn on ?! It gives a person weird feelings that something is going on with the computer. The camera is connected to a computer but is not on the screen but buried under a pile of papers.
The situation now is, after I did a scan with a programmer MALWARE BYTES (which did not find anything according to the report ...), when I click on sleep mode it stays that way until I "wake up" it in the morning. ..

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