Asus Z590-E Wifi Gaming Mobo Won't Sleep


Edwrd10

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One of my Asus drivers is preventing my PC from sleeping.
When I do Powercfg it says, "[Driver] Asus Utility (Root/Media/0000) An audio Stream is currently in use."
Then it says, "Asus Utility (Root/Media0000) '[Driver]' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or Batch file."
Asus Utility comes with the ASUS Armoury Crate software.
I do not know how to resolve this. I have to manually put my PC to sleep. Does anyone know about this and how to resolve it? I could possibly have to do with the Realtec audio drivers that come with ASUS Sonic Studio software. Does anyone have any possible answers to this problem?
 
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Edwrd10

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One of my Asus drivers is preventing my PC from sleeping.
When I do Powercfg it says, "[Driver] Asus Utility (Root/Media/0000) An audio Stream is currently in use."
Then it says, "Asus Utility (Root/Media0000) '[Driver]' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or Batch file."
Asus Utility comes with the ASUS Armoury Crate software.
I do not know how to resolve this. I have to manually put my PC to sleep. Does anyone know about this and how to resolve it? I could possibly have to do with the Realtec audio drivers that come with ASUS Sonic Studio software. Does anyone have any possible answers to this problem?
A while back I posted this problem when it happened the first time. On that thread a user said to remove the Two-Way AI Noise Cancellation software from Programs and features in Control Panel. I removed that software and the problem is gone. If anyone is using an ASUS MoBo and it comes with this Two-Way AI Noise Cancellation software be aware it can be a problem with PC going to sleep. You may have to uninstall it to restore your PC to sleep.
 

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