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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array ondersma80 PC Specs
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    Try disabling bluetooth. I see it is on. I think there is a pad or phone floating around out there making you lose sleep.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Medico PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by gendalf View Post
    Any other replies from Maximus VIII Extreme/Assembly owners? Do you have this device (USB\VID_0B05&PID_1827) too?
    I am in desperate need of your answers.
    Thanks a lot
    GenDalF
    Mine has only one but not your device ID. Check Display name. My display name is Universal Serial Bus controllers. Check driver’s details. My driver’s details are listed one from Microsoft; usbccgp.sys and Asus; AiChargerPlus.sys. Let us know.

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    ROG Member Array gendalf PC Specs
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    MonitorDell U3014
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    Hi,
    thanks for your replies.

    Quote Originally Posted by ondersma80 View Post
    Try disabling bluetooth. I see it is on. I think there is a pad or phone floating around out there making you lose sleep.
    Please, see PM, it looks like it is not bluetooth.

    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    Mine has only one but not your device ID. Check Display name. My display name is Universal Serial Bus controllers. Check driver’s details. My driver’s details are listed one from Microsoft; usbccgp.sys and Asus; AiChargerPlus.sys. Let us know.
    In your configuration, I noticed you do not have the Assembly mainboard.
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    Unless you have the Assembly mainboard with SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER, you are not supposed to have the device.

    I add another image from device manager here:
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    ROG Enthusiast Array Medico PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by gendalf View Post
    Hi,
    thanks for your replies.


    Please, see PM, it looks like it is not bluetooth.


    In your configuration, I noticed you do not have the Assembly mainboard.
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    Unless you have the Assembly mainboard with SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER, you are not supposed to have the device.

    I add another image from device manager here:
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    Yes, I do not have that. That is why I shared with you is not the same as yours. You may have two devices, as SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER is USB device that you said is working ok and USB Composite device facilitates that. You seem to have identified that device, as the one does not let your monitor to go stand by. I suggest checking SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER itself for any settings that let your monitor and I think the PC to go standby or to sleep. Another choice is to look Device Manager for SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER possibly under USB devices or Sounds. Look for the tap Power Management and check if no check allows the computer to turn off device to save power. Another option is Power Options. Go to advance settings and USB settings be sure the USB selective suspend setting is enable.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array ondersma80 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by gendalf View Post
    Please, see PM, it looks like it is not bluetooth.
    Based on your tone in that PM, and reluctance to even try disabling bluetooth which would take about 20 seconds, I am afraid my other ideas will remain with me since my first was ignored. I do not have that device, my system sleeps fine, and I can easily compare my device manager to your screenshot. Good luck; I suggest a more willing and less know it all attitude when asking for help especially from someone with the same board and no issue. And the demanding all caps "PLEASE ANSWER!" is probably deterring other comments.

    This info, combined with mine BT being disabled, is why I made that my first suggestion. DM information is often wrong and so is this database but it is a reasonable place to start considering the minimal effort.
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    ROG Member Array gendalf PC Specs
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    Dear Medico, thank you for your answer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    I suggest checking SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER itself for any settings that let your monitor and I think the PC to go standby or to sleep.
    Screenshot attached - I do not see any relevant setting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    Another choice is to look Device Manager for SUPREMEFX HI-FI USB DAC/AMPLIFIER possibly under USB devices or Sounds.
    There is a SupremeFX Hi-Fi device in Sound Controller, which has the same ID as the USB Composite device (USB\VID_0B05&PID_1827). I missed it because I have USB Composite device disabled so my monitor goes into standby mode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    Look for the tap Power Management and check if no check allows the computer to turn off device to save power.
    Check my prevous screenshots - no power management, only General, Driver, Details and Events.

    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    Another option is Power Options. Go to advance settings and USB settings be sure the USB selective suspend setting is enable.
    Already done, see screenshot.
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  7. #17
    ROG Member Array gendalf PC Specs
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    Dear ondersma80, thank you for your answer.

    Quote Originally Posted by ondersma80 View Post
    Based on your tone in that PM, and reluctance to even try disabling bluetooth which would take about 20 seconds, I am afraid my other ideas will remain with me since my first was ignored.
    I have no idea what tone did you find in my PM. If you look at my previous post, you will see a screenshot of my device manager, which has SupremeFX Hi-Fi device with that same ID as the USB Composite device. In your PM you recommended me to turn off bluetooth in UEFI. Even though I do not see how your advice has anything in common with my issue, I would have follow it, but unfortunately I am 150 km away from my PC and the only possibility how to connect to it is TeamViewer, which does not let me into UEFI.

    Quote Originally Posted by ondersma80 View Post
    I do not have that device, my system sleeps fine, and I can easily compare my device manager to your screenshot. Good luck; I suggest a more willing and less know it all attitude when asking for help especially from someone with the same board and no issue. And the demanding all caps "PLEASE ANSWER!" is probably deterring other comments.
    If you look at my first post, the original question was not the aid with standby issue, no, it was just the easy question to owners of the same mainboard, which can be answered either yes or no, simply as that. I did not ask any advice on solving the standby issue, which I mentioned in a later post, and I did it only because the topic went in another direction, towards USB Composite devices, but not the specific one I have asked about. In September 2016 I have already asked the question about standby issue in this topic https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...treme-Assembly .

    FYI, I am very willing and my attitude is “I will learn till the end of my days” – I can prove it in this topic https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...094#post604094 posts 72-85.

    And finally, “PLEASE ANSWER” is not demanding, it is just polite asking to answer my question.
    GenDalF

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    ROG Member Array gendalf PC Specs
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    Hello, all, is there anybody among you who owns Maximus VIII Extreme/Assembly and uses Supreme FX Hi-Fi 5.25″ bay unit? Do you have a USB Composite device with following hardware ID "USB\VID_0B05&PID_1827" among your USB devices? Thank you for your answers.
    GenDalF

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