Hi, Recently I have been having some strange problems with my PC. I first noticed that I was unable to wake it properly from sleep mode. When I click the mouse the tower powers on, though it doesn't seem to send any output to the monitor and anything plugged into the USB sockets does not power up (including the mouse - after clicking it to wake the computer, it powers down). I have been into device manager and and made sure the box is checked that allows the mouse and keyboard to wake the computer from sleep mode and I have unchecked the boxes on the USB Root Hubs allowing Windows to turn them off to save power. In the BIOS I was only able to find options for the ps/2 mouse/keyboards to wake from sleep state in the APM. I have also noticed that when powering on the computer after a shut down it powers on and then resets before coming to the boot screen. I have tried to system restore to a point before the problems started and that didn't help, so I assumed it might be a hardware issue. I then reset the motherboard and cpu clock speeds etc. back to their factory defaults and the problem persists, so I am back to square one. I have run powercfg -energy in the command prompt and have attached the results in a .rar below. If I am in the wrong forum, I apologize. Thank you for taking the time to help me!View attachment energy-report.rar Edit: Forgot to include specs here - mobo is an ASUS P8Z68-V LX, CPU is a core i5 2500k that is now back at factory clock. I'm running Windows 7 with Service Pack 1.