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How to wake up a modern standby system from low power state by using timer. RRS feed

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  • I am looking how to boot from a low-power state at a specified time in desktop application. If it was a conventional sleep (S3/S4), it could be realized by SetWaitableTimer API, but it cannot be waked on the system which supports ModernStandby.

    In "Wake sources" of "Hardware Dev Center", it says to use "Real-time clock (RTC) or always-on timer", but there is no specific way to do it.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/ja-jp/windows-hardware/design/device-experiences/modern-standby-wake-sources#real-time-clock-rtc-or-always-on-timer

    Can anyone tell me how to boot from a low power state in a desktop application?
    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 4:29 AM