Power Availability Requests - Manage in Windows

How to View and Override Power Availability Requests in Windows

By default, Windows based platforms enable device and system power management technologies to help improve energy efficiency and reduce power consumption. Two of the most effective power management features are display power management and automatic sleep. However, in some scenarios, applications or drivers must temporarily disable these power management technologies to perform tasks as the user expects. A good example is video playback. If the computer plays a DVD for several hours, the user does not interact with the system via keyboard or mouse. The display and sleep idle timeouts must be temporarily disabled so that the DVD movie can play without interruption.

By using power availability requests, applications, services, and drivers can temporarily disable power management features to accomplish user scenarios. Availability requests can prevent the display from turning off after inactivity, and prevent the computer from automatically sleeping, enable Away Mode, and shutting down.

For more detailed information about power availability requests, please download and read the AvailabilityRequests.docx file at the Microsoft link below.

Power Availability Requests

Sometimes your may need to override a power availability request.

This tutorial will show you how to view and override power availability requests that are preventing the computer from automatically turning off the display, going to sleep, Away Mode, and to shut down in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to do the steps in this tutorial.

Note   Note
If you need help with this, then please feel free to post a screenshot of your command prompt from STEP ONE with details of what you would like to do. I would be happy to help.





STEP ONE

To View Power Availability Requests


NOTE: This option is to identify and list your active availability requests.

1. Open an elevated command prompt.

2. Copy and paste the command below, and press Enter. (see screenshots below)

powercfg -requests


3. You will now see if you have any caller types for one or more of power requests types. If you like, you could use this information in the STEP TWO section below to permanently override any request. (see screenshots below)

Note   Note
Power requests types: DISPLAY, SYSTEM, AWAYMODE, EXECUTION, PERFBOOST

Caller types: This would be the PROCESS, SERVICE, or DRIVER caller type for a request type.

Caller name: This would be the name of the applications, services, and drivers for a caller type that is making the power availability request.



(EX: DRIVER and PROCESS caller type under SYSTEM request type)
requests.jpg

(EX: None for all request types)
No_requests.jpg









STEP TWO

To Override (remove) Power Availability Requests



warning   Warning
This option is to override availability requests for a specific process, service, or driver that was listed in the STEP ONE section above.

Only override requests that you do not want to prevent your PC from automatically turning off the display, sleeping, entering Away Mode, or to shut down.




1. Open an elevated command prompt.

2. Type the command below for the request you want to override (remove), and press Enter. (see screenshots below

POWERCFG /REQUESTSOVERRIDE <CALLER_TYPE> "<NAME>" <REQUEST>




Note   Note
You would substitute the commands in red above with this below instead. You would get this information from the STEP ONE section above.

<CALLER_TYPE> Specifies one of the following caller types: PROCESS, SERVICE, or DRIVER

<NAME> Specifies caller name within quotes. For example: "srvnet" and "wmpnetwk.exe"

<REQUEST> Specifies one or more of the following Power Request Types: DISPLAY, SYSTEM, AWAYMODE, EXECUTION, or PERFBOOST. If you don't specify a <REQUEST>, then it will override the specified <CALLER_TYPE> "<NAME>" in all requests that the it's listed under.


Entering the POWERCFG /REQUESTSOVERRIDE command alone without specifying any type of override will give you a list of the now inactive power availability requests that you set to override (remove) in this Step Two section.

Power request overrides are also listed in the registry at the location below:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerRequestOverride



3. It may take a moment before the power availability request that you overrode may no longer show when you check next using the STEP ONE section above.


requestsoverride_Driver.jpg

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Tip   Tip
Common Items to Check:

The caller name below is a common request for the system caller type. It's for the multimedia settings when sharing media, and could be set how you like instead in your advanced power options like below.

SYSTEM:
[PROCESS] \Device\HardiskVolume2\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnetwk.exe

Multimedia_Settings.jpg


HomeGroup streaming.

How to Change Homegroup Sharing Settings in Windows 8 and 8.1


homegroup-streaming.jpg




That's it,
Shawn


 

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@harleymhs
These two commands using the STEP TWO section in the tutorial should remove the 2 overrides you have that you want removed.

powercfg -requestsoverride driver srvnet
powercfg -requestsoverride driver \FileSystem\srvnet

I tested this on one of my systems - works for me.

David, Thanks for your help! I got the 1st off ( Driver srvnet ) and I tried to get the 2nd one off ( \filesystem\srvnet ) and it says I dont have permission to do that! I am running the cmd on the upper level as ADMIN.. can you guys point me in the right direction? Im 1/2 way there! THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP GUYS!

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I got them BOTH off now.. I didnt type it EXACTLY like yours! Now both are those are off! THANK YOU! NOW, if I do get that problem again with SRVNET from the imac computer trying to access mine and not sleeping, can you guys TELL ME EXACTLY what to type in to OVERRIDE SRVNET? Thanks for ALL yoru help! This forum ROCKS!
 

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You're welcome, and thanks for posting back with how you solved the second "override remove"!

If you do get the problem again, post a screen print showing the "active" request (powercfg -requests).

I'm DavidW7ncus in Seven Forums and was posting in your thread about this in Seven Forums
Win 7 Not Sleeping when a Imac is running near by! - Windows 7 Help Forums

If you do have this issue again, you could also post in your Seven Forum thread...
Now I'm on the alerts for your SF thread and this EF tutorial, so I should get notified either way.
:)
 

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Got it David, Thanks for loking out here in Win 8 as well as 7 .. Since I turned off ALL my sharing ( printers, netowrk, files and media ) her imac has not contacted my PC anymore! I dont know why the OVERRIDE didnt work for the SRVNET requests. But by turning off all my sharing in advanced seem to do the trick! If SRVNET does requet again, Ill post back here or on 7 and you guys and point me in the right direction to try to OVERRIDE it. I thought I did override SRVNET but BRINK said I didnt have any overrides! But when I ran CMD POWERCFG -requestsoverride it dod show up 2 times! But didnt work! Thanks AGAIN! marc..
 

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I'm happy to hear that you got it sorted Harley. :)

-requests = Lists active power availability requests you have.

POWERCFG /REQUESTSOVERRIDE <CALLER_TYPE> "<NAME>" <REQUEST> = To override a power availability request list above.

POWERCFG /REQUESTSOVERRIDE = Lists inactive power availability requests that you overrode above.
 

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I have recently upgraded my Win 8.1 PC to Win 10 Home using a Clean Install and am now having problems making it Sleep on the timer. previously on Win 8.1 it would sleep reliably once I had stopped using Homegroup for sharing.. Running powercfg - requests I get this message

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How do I use the powercfg -requestsoverride to stop the "Legacy Kernel Caller" from stopping the PC from sleeping?
 

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Hello Balein, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

It would be worth a try to see if it may help.

Be sure to create a restore point first in case you have any adverse effects from it. This way you could just simply do a quick system restore to the restore point to undo it.
 
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Hello Balien, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

It would be worth a try to see if it may help.

Be sure to create a restore point first in case you have any adverse effects from it. This way you could just simply do a quick system restore to the restore point to undo it.

Glad to be on this forum - the help you give across here and tenforums is unbeatable.

I have already tried using the powercfg -requestsoverride to stop the "Legacy Kernel Caller" using syntax powercfg -requestsoverride device "Legacy Kernel Caller" but I did not do anything. Is there an easy way to find out what the legacy device is that is causing the problem?

Looking in Device Manager I have one Legacy Device showing here, but I does not have any properties that can be amended.

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I have already tried using the powercfg -requestsoverride to stop the "Legacy Kernel Caller" using syntax powercfg -requestsoverride device "Legacy Kernel Caller" but I did not do anything.

Try using this command:

POWERCFG -REQUESTSOVERRIDE DRIVER "Legacy Kernel Caller" System
 

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Tried this and it is still there unchanged.
 

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Balein,

As part of troubleshooting, disconnect all devices you are able to see if it will sleep afterwards.
 

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In addition to what Brink suggests.
I've see where it displays requests, but the requestsoverride still work.
Temporarily set it to sleep after 1 minute, and see if does go to sleep.
 

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Problem is now resolved!! I use Media Portal as the Media Centre on my PC and record OTA TV using a DVB Tuner. I had configured the Media Portal TV Server to refresh the DVB EPG while idle and this was causing the Legacy Kernel Caller message. Disabling the EPG refresh while idle has fixed the problem and it now sleeps as expected. I found this solution via the Media Portal forum from a google search on "Legacy Kernel Caller"

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Great news. :party:
 

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Apologies for the thread necro, but this has become very relevent to me.

I have an issue where several SP4 users are complaining that their devices go into sleep mode while on long Skype for Business calls and drop the call.

What I'd like to achieve is the opposite of the above and add drivers or processes to REQUESTS, that way I could add the Skype Call process, or the microphone or headset driver so that sleep mode can be prevented while on a call.

I'm not finding a lot of information no achieving this, but if this is possible can you please advise the commands to do so?

Alternatively I can just set the devices to never sleep while plugged in and advise users to keep their devices plugged in, but that seems a less elegant solution.
 

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If the partial result of my powercfg -requests command is
Code:
SYSTEM:[DRIVER] Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) (INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0299&SUBSYS_17AA3801&REV_1000\4&22e7f418&0&0001)
An audio stream is currently in use.
what should I use for my powercfg -requestsoverride command to disable the audio driver's ability to prevent sleep?

powercfg /requestsoverride DRIVER "Realtek High Definition Audio" AWAYMODE DISPLAY SYSTEM?
or
powercfg /requestsoverride DRIVER "INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0299&SUBSYS_17AA3801&REV_1000
\4&22e7f418&0&0001" AWAYMODE DISPLAY SYSTEM
?
or
??

Should this driver disappear from the powercfg requests list immediately after executing this command? Or after a reboot?
 

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Hello zylstra, and welcome to Eight Forums. :)

I'd prefer to see the full results of the command before suggesting what command to use.
 

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Thanks, Brink, here it is:
Code:
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> powercfg -requests
DISPLAY:
None.


SYSTEM:
[DRIVER] Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) (INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0299&SUBSYS_17AA3801&REV_1000\4&22e7f418&0&0001)
An audio stream is currently in use.


AWAYMODE:
None.


EXECUTION:
None.


PERFBOOST:
None.


ACTIVELOCKSCREEN:
None.


PS C:\WINDOWS\system32>
 

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It shows that you have an audio stream currently in use for this, so it may not accept the command below.

Since there's not a file name to make it easier, you could see if either command below may work for you.

Code:
powercfg /requestsoverride DRIVER Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) (INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0299&SUBSYS_17AA3801&REV_1000\4&22e7f418&0&0001)

OR

Code:
powercfg /requestsoverride DRIVER "Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) (INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0299&SUBSYS_17AA3801&REV_1000\4&22e7f418&0&0001)"
 

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