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How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Sleep mode is a convenient power saving option. If you want to take a break from your screen, you can rely on sleep mode to keep everything the way you left it. When you want to get back to work, it’s simple to wake Windows. You can press any key on the keyboard, briefly press down the power button, or you can move your mouse slightly to activate your OS.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In most cases, moving the mouse is the most convenient way to bring a computer back from sleep mode. But for some people, this can be a source of frustration.

The Problem

If you have an extremely sensitive mouse, it may register movement even when you’re not touching it. Anything as simple as rocking your desk slightly will activate the mouse. If your mouse is malfunctioning, it may register movement when nothing is happening.

In these cases, you end up with a computer that can’t stay in sleep mode for as long as you need it to. This leads to unnecessary power loss, which is especially frustrating for laptop users. A wireless mouse can also get activated while your computer is in a bag. This causes power loss and an unsafe build-up of heat.

Fortunately, it is fairly easy to stop your computer from responding to mouse movements. You can do so from your Control Panel. The specifics might depend on your version of Windows and the drivers you have installed.

How Do You Stop Your Mouse from Waking Windows?

Let’s look at the basic steps you need to follow to solve this problem.

1. Open “Mouse” from the Control Panel

To begin with, you need to open the Mouse option. You can click on the Start button, select Control Panel, and then find Mouse among the options there.

Another way to do it is to click on Start, and then type “mouse” in the Search programs and files field.

Whatever option you go for, the Mouse Properties window will pop up.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

2. Select the Hardware tab in the Mouse Properties window

If you use multiple peripherals, select the mouse in question. People who have active touchpads should take special care to do so.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

3. Click on the Properties button

A window will pop up, showing your device type. Make sure that the General tab is selected.

4. Click on the “Change Settings” button near the bottom of the screen

5. Select the “Power Management” tab
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

6. Uncheck the “Allow this device to wake computer” option

7. Click on OK

Keep in mind that this won’t change anything significant about the way your computer works. It will still respond to other methods of waking your operating system, and you can use your mouse normally when Windows is activated. If you want to get rid of the mouse entirely, unplugging it is the easiest option.

What If You Want Your Mouse to Wake Windows?

You can take the exact same steps as above if you want your computer to respond to your mouse when it’s in sleep mode. You might need to do this if you’ve switched to a new mouse and it doesn’t wake Windows by default.

Repeating the above process works in the majority of cases. But what if you can’t find the Power Management tab under “Change Settings”?

There’s a chance that your computer doesn’t respond to USB devices when it is in sleep mode. To fix this, you’ll need to go into your computer’s BIOS and change some options.

Another potential solution is to check if all the drivers are active. A Windows update could impact the way your computer interacts with its hardware, and you may need to reactivate a driver.

To resolve a driver problem, you can do the following:

Click the Start button
Type “device manager”
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
Find “Mice and other pointing devices” and then right-click on it
Select Properties
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
Select the Driver tab
Click on Update Driver
Click on “Search automatically for updated driver software”

If an update is found, you should go through the installation. This could be all your computer needs to start responding to the mouse when it’s in sleep mode. But if the search doesn’t bring any results, you’ll need to update the driver manually by downloading updates from the manufacturer’s website.

A Word on Keyboards

Having a sensitive mouse has a few significant downsides. Mice designed for gaming are particularly prone to reacting to the slightest touch. It’s a good idea to stop them from waking Windows, and you can undo this change just as easily.

You may have a similar problem with an overly sensitive keyboard. To stop your computer from responding to the keyboard while in sleep mode, follow similar steps as above, starting with the Control Panel.

This is really annoying, my mouse keeps waking my computer from S3 sleep everytime it is slighty moved. I want to disable my mouse’s ability to wake up my computer.

Disabling wake-on-usb is not an option as i want to be able to wake up my computer when i press a key on my keyboard.

I have tried to check in device manager for the power control options of my mouse but i really don’t know how i am supposed to figure which usb device my mouse is in the device manager.

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You should be able to do so through the Control Panel:

Perhaps it is necessary to uninstall the Logitech software first.
Often I will install an applicable software package, allow it to install drivers then uninstall the ‘bloatware’ that often comes with it; and sadly to say, Logitech is terrible for bloatware!
(not all software packages will work that way though)

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nabilalk

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You should be able to do so through the Control Panel:

Perhaps it is necessary to uninstall the Logitech software first.
Often I will install an applicable software package, allow it to install drivers then uninstall the ‘bloatware’ that often comes with it; and sadly to say, Logitech is terrible for bloatware!
(not all software packages will work that way though)

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Nabilalk,
Your comment was great help to me, as you have stated, a user is required to disable the keyboard too in order to disable the mouse or inhibit the mouse from waking the PC from sleep. Hence disable keyboard to disable mouse. My mouse kept on waking the PC even though I went into the Power management in the mouse Control Panel.
I’m using a wireless Logitech mouse, M510.
I’m using a HP wireless keyboard, RK713A.
Many thanks, (also thanks to Eightforums)
Ken, MEng.

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How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

If a slight bump to your desk is enough to wake up your sleeping PC, it’s likely your mouse doing the waking. Here’s how to prevent that from happening.

By default, moving your mouse is one of the reasons your PC wakes up from sleep mode. The trouble is that you barely have to touch the mouse at all to make it register. Bumping into your desk or even walking heavily in the same room is often enough trigger the wake-up call. Fortunately, it’s easy to disable this behavior and just have your PC wake up when you hit a key on your keyboard instead.

Hit Start, type “mouse,” and then click the selection to open the Mouse control panel app.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In the “Mouse Properties” window, switch to the “Hardware” tab.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Select the mouse you want to control from the list and then click the “Properties” button. You’ll see more than one mouse listed on some systems–say, a laptop that has a touchpad and an external mouse–so make sure you select the one you want to disable waking up for.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In the mouse’s properties window, click the “Change settings” button.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Switch to the Power Management tab and turn off the “Allow this device to wake the computer” option.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Turning off your mouse’s ability to wake your PC is pretty straightforward, even if the option is a bit buried in the Mouse control panel app. The good news is that other devices that are allowed to wake your PC are controllable in a similar fashion. For some devices, you’ll find the option through the Control Panel. For others, like your network controller, you’ll access it through Device Manager. But now that you know what to look for, it shouldn’t be hard to locate.

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Sleep mode is a convenient power saving option. If you want to take a break from your screen, you can rely on sleep mode to keep everything the way you left it. When you want to get back to work, it’s simple to wake Windows. You can press any key on the keyboard, briefly press down the power button, or you can move your mouse slightly to activate your OS.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In most cases, moving the mouse is the most convenient way to bring a computer back from sleep mode. But for some people, this can be a source of frustration.

The Problem

If you have an extremely sensitive mouse, it may register movement even when you’re not touching it. Anything as simple as rocking your desk slightly will activate the mouse. If your mouse is malfunctioning, it may register movement when nothing is happening.

In these cases, you end up with a computer that can’t stay in sleep mode for as long as you need it to. This leads to unnecessary power loss, which is especially frustrating for laptop users. A wireless mouse can also get activated while your computer is in a bag. This causes power loss and an unsafe build-up of heat.

Fortunately, it is fairly easy to stop your computer from responding to mouse movements. You can do so from your Control Panel. The specifics might depend on your version of Windows and the drivers you have installed.

How Do You Stop Your Mouse from Waking Windows?

Let’s look at the basic steps you need to follow to solve this problem.

1. Open “Mouse” from the Control Panel

To begin with, you need to open the Mouse option. You can click on the Start button, select Control Panel, and then find Mouse among the options there.

Another way to do it is to click on Start, and then type “mouse” in the Search programs and files field.

Whatever option you go for, the Mouse Properties window will pop up.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

2. Select the Hardware tab in the Mouse Properties window

If you use multiple peripherals, select the mouse in question. People who have active touchpads should take special care to do so.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

3. Click on the Properties button

A window will pop up, showing your device type. Make sure that the General tab is selected.

4. Click on the “Change Settings” button near the bottom of the screen

5. Select the “Power Management” tab
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

6. Uncheck the “Allow this device to wake computer” option

7. Click on OK

Keep in mind that this won’t change anything significant about the way your computer works. It will still respond to other methods of waking your operating system, and you can use your mouse normally when Windows is activated. If you want to get rid of the mouse entirely, unplugging it is the easiest option.

What If You Want Your Mouse to Wake Windows?

You can take the exact same steps as above if you want your computer to respond to your mouse when it’s in sleep mode. You might need to do this if you’ve switched to a new mouse and it doesn’t wake Windows by default.

Repeating the above process works in the majority of cases. But what if you can’t find the Power Management tab under “Change Settings”?

There’s a chance that your computer doesn’t respond to USB devices when it is in sleep mode. To fix this, you’ll need to go into your computer’s BIOS and change some options.

Another potential solution is to check if all the drivers are active. A Windows update could impact the way your computer interacts with its hardware, and you may need to reactivate a driver.

To resolve a driver problem, you can do the following:

Click the Start button
Type “device manager”
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
Find “Mice and other pointing devices” and then right-click on it
Select Properties
How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
Select the Driver tab
Click on Update Driver
Click on “Search automatically for updated driver software”

If an update is found, you should go through the installation. This could be all your computer needs to start responding to the mouse when it’s in sleep mode. But if the search doesn’t bring any results, you’ll need to update the driver manually by downloading updates from the manufacturer’s website.

A Word on Keyboards

Having a sensitive mouse has a few significant downsides. Mice designed for gaming are particularly prone to reacting to the slightest touch. It’s a good idea to stop them from waking Windows, and you can undo this change just as easily.

You may have a similar problem with an overly sensitive keyboard. To stop your computer from responding to the keyboard while in sleep mode, follow similar steps as above, starting with the Control Panel.

One of the best power management features in Windows is sleep mode, a convenient way to save power and reduce the wear and tear on your PC hardware while it isn’t being used. Normally, your mouse and keyboard are set by default to wake up Windows from sleep mode.

This isn’t a problem for most people, but can be troublesome for certain people with a very sensitive mouse. Even slight vibrations can cause Windows to wake up from sleep. Luckily, you can easily disable the mouse or any other USB device from waking Windows up.

In this article, I’ll show you how to change the power settings for your mouse or USB device so that it won’t interfere with Windows sleeping. For me, I just use my keyboard to wake up the computer, so I don’t have to worry about pressing the power button.

Stop Mouse from Waking PC

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

To start, go to Control Panel and click on Mouse. If you are in category view, click on Hardware and Sound and then click on Mouse under Devices and Printers.

In the Mouse Properties window, click on the Hardware tab and select your mouse from the list of devices. Normally, there will only be one mouse listed here, but that will depend on the hardware you have connected to your computer. When you have selected your mouse from the list, click the Properties button.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In the second Properties window for your mouse, click on the Change Settings button on the General tab.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Finally, click the Power Management tab and uncheck the Allow This Device to Wake the Computer box. Click the OK button and click OK on all the other open windows too. From now on, you cannot wake up Windows from sleep mode by clicking a mouse button or moving the mouse around.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Some high-end mice, like gaming mice, have high polling rates and high DPI, which means even the tiniest of movements will be detected and cause your computer to wake up. Fixing this setting will prevent that from happening. Note that you can also get to this setting by clicking on Start and then typing in Device Manager.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Expand Mice and other pointing device and then right-click on the mouse and choose Properties.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

This will get you to the same dialog with the Power Management tab as shown above. To prevent other USB devices from waking your computer, just right-click on them, choose Properties and go to the power tab. For example, you can also prevent the keyboard from waking your computer or the network card too.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

If you have a wireless keyboard/mouse and there is a USB transmitter attached to your computer, you will also need to disable this option for that device too. It should show up under Keyboards. If nothing else other than HID Keyboard Device shows up, then just disable it for that also.

Missing Power Management Tab

In some cases, you might not see a Power Management tab for some or all of your USB devices. In addition, sometimes the Allow this device to wake the computer box is grayed out and you can’t check or uncheck it.

If you are missing the Power Management tab or the box is grayed out, you need to go into your computer BIOS and make sure it supports wake over USB. You can usually tell this if there is an option to enable USB Wake Support or enable a sleep state higher than S1 (normally S3). The option in the BIOS may be called ACPI Suspend Type.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

You might also see some options under Wake Up Event Setup related to resuming from S3/S4/S5 by mouse/keyboard/USB device. Make sure these are all enabled.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

If you’re having other sleep issues, make sure to check out my post on troubleshooting Windows not going to sleep. If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment. Enjoy!

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How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pcMouse Wake-Up

If you have your computer set up to automatically go to sleep after a period of time, you will also need a way to wake it back up. On a laptop this is simply done with the lid; open the lid and the computer comes back to life. A desktop computer needs other methods and those are usually the Keyboard and/or Mouse.

If your Mouse is particularly sensitive, then simply bumping the desk may wake up your computer. Sometimes, even walking next to the desk can set this off– mice can be sensitive little creatures.

Disabling Mouse Wake-Up

As with all versions of Windows there a number of ways to accomplish a single goal. The simplest way in this case is to use the Hotkey combination, WinKey + X to bring up the so-called Power Menu in Windows 10.

On the Power Menu, choose Device Manager. That should bring you to a window similar to this one:

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Depending on the devices you have attached to your system your list may vary from the above.

I will show you how to enable/disable wake-up with the Mouse, but the Keyboard wake-up option is identical in nature. Double-click on the Mouse entry in Device Manager to bring up the Mouse Properties Sheet:

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Click the Power Management Tab:

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

Now, either Check or Uncheck this box to enable/disable wake-up with the mouse.

Note: If you have both the Keyboard and Mouse disabled, you may not be able to wake your computer from a sleep state in the traditional manner. That might be an uncomfortable situation– just sayin’.

Bonus Tip – Disable WoL

Sometimes the Keyboard and/or Mouse are not the only culprits. Your computer’s insomnia may be caused by your Network Adapter. A setting known as Wake on LAN (WoL) might be the villain. As before, open the Network Adapter Properties Sheet in Device Manager and choose the Power Management Tab:

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In order to change this setting the check box allowing Windows to turn off this device to save power needs to be checked. Uncheck the box labeled, “Allow this device to wake the computer“.

Notably, this particular setting has been the cause of hair-tearing and tears for many frustrated Windows users in the past.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

In order to preserve power, it’s always good to put your computer in a Sleep Mode if you don’t plan to use it for 15 minutes or more. Unfortunately, several Windows 10 users reported that their mouse is waking up their computer, so let’s see how to prevent mouse from waking up your computer.

Prevent mouse from waking up Windows 10 computer

Solution 1 – Change Power Management options for your mouse

Disabling mouse from waking up your PC is rather simple, and you can do it by following these steps:

  1. Press Windows Key + X and select Device Manager from the list.
    How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
  2. When Device Manager opens, navigate to Mouse section, locate your mouse and double click it.
  3. Go to Power Management tab and uncheck Allow this device to wake the computer.
    How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
  4. Click Apply and OK to save changes.

Few users reported that Allow this device to wake the computer is missing or grayed for them. This is usually related to USB devices, and in order to change that, you need to enter BIOS and enable USB Wake Support or set ACPI Suspend Type to any value higher than S3. For detailed instructions, we strongly advise that you check your motherboard manual.

  • READ ALSO: Fix: Mouse or Touchpad Not Working in Windows 10

Solution 2 – Disable your keyboard from waking up your computer

In some cases, your USB keyboard and mouse might be shown as a single device in Device Manager. In fact, some users reported that they have several keyboards available in Device Manager and that one of those keyboards actually represents their mouse. This is a rather unusual behavior, and we assume that this issue is caused by a bad driver. Fortunately for you, you can still prevent mouse from waking up your computer by following steps from previous solution. Just select keyboard instead of mouse in Device Manager and follow the same steps.

If you have multiple keyboards available in Device Manager, you’ll have to find the one that represents your mouse by trial and error method. We have to mention that with certain wireless input devices you’ll have to disable both keyboard and mouse from waking up your computer in order to prevent your mouse from waking up your PC.

Solution 3 – Disable your mouse (or keyboard) from waking up your PC using Command Prompt

As previously mentioned, due to a driver issue, your mouse might be listed as a keyboard. In previous solutions we showed you how to disable certain device from waking up your computer by using Device Manager, but if you’re looking for a more advanced solution follow these steps:

  1. Press Windows Key + X and select Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.
    How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
  2. Once Command Prompt opens, enter the following:
    • powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
  3. You should see the list of all devices that are allowed to wake up your computer. Enter powercfg -devicedisablewake “device name” into Command Prompt to stop a device from waking up your PC. Remember to replace “device name” with a name of the actual device. It’s also important to keep the quotation marks, so do not delete them.
    How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc
  4. Optional: You can use powercfg -deviceenablewake “device name” command to enable certain device to wake up your PC. You can find the name of the specific device by using the Device Manager.

Preventing mouse from waking up your Windows 10 computer is rather simple, and we hope that you found our solutions helpful.

This is really annoying, my mouse keeps waking my computer from S3 sleep everytime it is slighty moved. I want to disable my mouse’s ability to wake up my computer.

Disabling wake-on-usb is not an option as i want to be able to wake up my computer when i press a key on my keyboard.

I have tried to check in device manager for the power control options of my mouse but i really don’t know how i am supposed to figure which usb device my mouse is in the device manager.

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nabilalk

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Edwin

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You should be able to do so through the Control Panel:

Perhaps it is necessary to uninstall the Logitech software first.
Often I will install an applicable software package, allow it to install drivers then uninstall the ‘bloatware’ that often comes with it; and sadly to say, Logitech is terrible for bloatware!
(not all software packages will work that way though)

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nabilalk

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You should be able to do so through the Control Panel:

Perhaps it is necessary to uninstall the Logitech software first.
Often I will install an applicable software package, allow it to install drivers then uninstall the ‘bloatware’ that often comes with it; and sadly to say, Logitech is terrible for bloatware!
(not all software packages will work that way though)

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kenanyigiter

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Nabilalk,
Your comment was great help to me, as you have stated, a user is required to disable the keyboard too in order to disable the mouse or inhibit the mouse from waking the PC from sleep. Hence disable keyboard to disable mouse. My mouse kept on waking the PC even though I went into the Power management in the mouse Control Panel.
I’m using a wireless Logitech mouse, M510.
I’m using a HP wireless keyboard, RK713A.
Many thanks, (also thanks to Eightforums)
Ken, MEng.

How to stop Mouse and Keyboard from waking Windows from sleep mode: This problem can be very frustrating, each time you move your mouse accidently the PC wakes up from sleep mode and you have to again put your system in sleep mode. Well, this isn’t a problem for everyone but for those of us who had experienced this issue can understand how important it is to find a solution. And luckily today you are on a page which will just list the necessary steps taken in order to fix this issue.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

How to stop Mouse and Keyboard from waking Windows from sleep mode

In this post, I will show you how to stop Mouse and Keyboard from waking Windows from sleep mode by changing their settings in Power Management tab so that they won’t interfere with the sleep mode.

Method 1: Disable Mouse from waking Windows from sleep mode

1.Press Windows Key + X then select Control Panel.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

2.Inside Control Panel click on Hardware and Sound.

3.Then under Devices and Printer click on Mouse.

4.Once the Mouse Properties window opens select Hardware tab.

5.Select your device from the list of devices (Normally there would only be one mouse listed).

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

6.Next, click Properties once you have selected your mouse.

7.After that click on Change Settings under the General tab of Mouse properties.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

8.Finally, select the Power Management tab and uncheckAllow This Device to Wake the Computer.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

9.Click OK on every opened Window and then close it.

10.Restart your PC and from now on you can’t wake your computer using the mouse. [HINT: Use Power button instead]

Method 2: Disable Keyboard from waking Windows from sleep mode

1.Press Windows Key + R then type “devmgmt.msc” (without quotes) and hit enter to open Device Manager.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

2.Next, expand Keyboards and select your Keyboard.

3.Right-click on your Keyboard and select Properties.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

4.Then select Power Management tab and uncheck “Allow This Device to Wake the Computer.

How to stop your mouse from waking up your windows pc

5.Click OK on every opened Window and then close it.

6.Restart your PC to save changes.

Method 3: Configuring settings in BIOS

In case Power management tab is missing from your Device properties then the only way to configure this particular setting is in BIOS (Basic Input/Output Setting). Also, some user’s have reported that in their Power management the option “Allow this device to wake the computer” is greyed out i.e. you can’t change the setting, in this case also you have to use BIOS settings to configure this option.

So without wasting anytime go to this link and configure your mouse & keyboard in order to prevent them from waking up your Windows from sleep mode.

That’s it you successfully leanered How to stop Mouse and Keyboard from waking Windows from sleep mode but if you still have any queries feel free to ask them in the comment’s section.

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