05-25-2018 08:27 AM
I have a ThinkCentre M93p Tiny. It has thrown surprising Linux kernel "oops"es a couple of times in the last month. So I decided that I should run hardware diagnostics.
I booted into Windows 10 and ran the Lenovo Solution Center. I chose hardware scan. I asked for a memory diagnostic. And went to bed -- a good memory diagnostic takes hours to run and should be completely boring.
When I came back, I found the machine had suspended. When I woke it, the memory diagnostic had made almost no progress. When I repeat, it seems as if Windows wants to suspend the machine after about 15 minutes or half an hour of no user input.
What's the appropriate way to stop Windows suspending the machine while I'm running diagnostics?
05-25-2018 08:32 AM