This is a variant of "Windows 10 won't stay in Hibernation". I've unchecked any tasks with "Wake the computer to perform this task" and in any case there is nothing scheduled for 02:55 and 14:55. Has anyone else experienced this?
I have now checked the BIOS and RTC wake-up is disabled. I check the event log when this happens but it just says "Wake Source: Unknown". It says that when I wake the system from the keyboard so perhaps the logging doesn't do anything.
The Command Prompt line:
shows "Media Center" as being the culprit.
The Task Scheduler GUI shows "Media Center" does *not* have "Wake the computer to run this task" selected so I can't deselect it.
I have also checked the "Power Options" Advanced Settings and "Allow Wake Timers" was already disabled.
I've used "Programs and Features" to disable Media Center but the wake-up is still there.
I'm prepared to go to "regedit" next if necessary, but waiting in case there are more comments first.
It was powercfg that showed me the Media Center timer - which was already disabled in the GUI but still operating.
It is interesting that the GUI will report a task as disabled and powercfg will report it correctly.
I did remove it from Windows Components, but that didn't remove the scheduled tasks. I disabled them individually in Task Scheduler.