Okay, so my Toshiba M700 tablet PC is waking up out of standby when it shouldn't. I'll have it in the case, and It'll just turn on, for no apparent reason, no one even touched the case or came near it, but it'll just turn on. I set it on the desk to check this... sure enough after about 10 hours in standby, it turns on, and doesn't turn off or go into hibernation or anything... just sits there... eating away the battery... So I went and checked WHY it woke up recently... Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Powercfg -lastwake Wake History Count - 1 Wake History  Wake Source Count - 1 Wake Source  Type: Fixed Feature Timer Expired (RTC) So evidently, something has set a timer with the RTC that wakes the computer up. Any idea how I can figure out what programs have these things set so that I can disable them? It's getting very irritating to find my tablet out of power when it's been (supposedly) in standby in the case, but instead it's burning hot to the touch because it's been running for the past 4 hours. I brushed this off as a simple "meh, it's windows it does weird ****" the first 5 times... but now it's like the 30th time... and I believe this thing has got to stop doing this.