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Windows Repeatedly and Immediately Goes to Sleep Mode

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#1 alaskandude


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Posted 16 July 2017 - 03:02 AM

My old Win 7 64bit desktop (Intel Core2 Quad+Nvidia GT610) was in good condition until recently I see that whenever I log into WIn 7, it gets into sleep mode immediately.


When I look into the Event Logs, I see that it shows:

Information    7/16/2017 12:06:49 PM    Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power    42    (64) 
"The system is entering sleep. 
Sleep Reason: Button or Lid"

But neither did I press the sleep button on the keyboard nor the keyboard seems to be faulty.



However, whenever, I am starting in Safe Mode, or disabling the Nvidia Display Driver, the computer is running fine without going into a sleep mode.



What could be a reason for this? 


Thanks in advance for any help.


I have also attached an excerpt from the Event logs below in case one gets more relevant information.




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