gjlinx wrote:Hi there,
Both myself and my wife had the same problem. In my case my Linx tablet was under warranty so I returned it.
My replacement already loaded with Windows 10 and worked OK till a new update presented me the same problem. I was convinced it was something to do with the Power Settings. After trying various combinations without success I was going to take it back and get my money back.
I had a trawl around the Control Panel and found the following.
Navigate this: Control Panel
Power Management IC Device
There will be various options including - UPDATE DRIVER
If it starts updating then the Driver (which just happens to be a Microsoft Driver) was out of date as mine was.
Having had no problems with my Linux 1010 since. I applied the same actions to my Wife's Linx 10 and her problem also disappeared.
Can't say I have had a battery drain issue, there again I have had fast start disabled for some time, but having read this post I thought I would see if there was a driver update for the PM IC device, no came the reply. Out of curiosity in the same SD list there was a Battery Management driver that I clicked on, yes came the reply and it duly updated. Funnily though the new driver is no longer in the SD section but now in the Battery management folder in device manager. What this new driver does over the old one I can't say and what effect it will have on my machine if any we shall see. Of course this leads to the question, should one go through the whole device list looking for fresh updates even though there are no indications of problems against any devices on the off chance that there are new drivers that may have some benefits. Discuss.