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    Posted: 18 Aug 2020 at 12:45am
UEFI lastest ver. 8.1
CPU Core i7-7700T
RAM 2*4 Gb Crucial DDR4-2400
SSD PCIe: A-Data 6000 LNP 128 Gb
OS: Win 10 ver.2004
Mouse & keyboard - wireless Logitech MK220 set
Video output: HDMI or D-Port

I overcame the first problem after clean installation of Windows 10, it was "non-wake from sleep mode", but now I have second one - after correct Power Off by Windows, my PC boot Windows again, after 6-8 sec of black screen on monitor.

Settings that I change or not in UEFI setup:
1) Secure boot - ON, CSM - OFF, for correct Windows 10 installation (with choosing [Windows bootmanager:Flashdrive (Partiti...] on converted to GPT drive
2) Deep Sleep off, Fast boot off (as it recomended on screen)
3) C3 status for CPU sleep
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Dear Yuriy_Spb,

Thank you for choosing ASRock and contacting us.

Regarding your case, we provide some suggestion to try.
1. Clear CMOS to load BIOS default.
2. Test with different keyboard mouse and different USB ports.

Thank you!
Yours truly,
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Thank you, ASRock TSD,
It is impossible to use default settings with Windows 10 - BSOD come soon. My first attempt of Windows install was with default settins (CSM on, Secure Boot off) - and I see BSOD 2 or 3 times, than change this settings, re-instal OS - and system now is stable (untill you will try to power off it).
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