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    Soundwave
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    Keyboard Still Waking Computer Altough It's Disabled

    In Device Manager under keyboards, it shows two "HID Keyboard Device" entries. One of these HID keyboard devices has a Power Managemnt Tab, on which I unchecked the "Allow this device to wake the computer". The other HID keyboard device does not have a Power Management tab. The computer is still awakened by the keyboard. Would it be ok to uninstall the "HID Keyboard Device" that does not have the Power Management tab? Is there a reason for 2 keyboards to be showing up in Device Manager? I checked powercfg /devicequery wake_armed and it shows no devices are set to wake the computer. Thanks, Don
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    Soundwave
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    Any thoughts on this keyboard issue?
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    Shockwave
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    My T100 also has 2 keyboards in device manager. I'm not exactly sure for the reason but I would take a guess, one is the onscreen touch keyboard and the other is the docking keyboard. Unplug the docking keyboard while in device manager to figure out which is which. It's most likely the one with the Power Manager tab, since having a power manager tab on a virtual onscreen keyboard wouldn't make much sense.

    So would it be alright to remove one of the HID keyboard devices? Sure, if you don't want one of the keyboards to work any longer.
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    So would it be alright to remove one of the HID keyboard devices? Sure, if you don't want one of the keyboards to work any longer.
    I would suspect though, like any hardware removed, it'll return at the next power cycle.
    Rick, loving my T100TA-C1-GR Z3740 64GB Win 10
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