I had already seen this when first looking into the wake timers. Unfortunately this is not the issue. The wake timers is set to "enable" and notApparently, Windows 10 introduced a new setting for wake timers called "Allow Important Wake Timers Only", which allows wake timers from the OS, but disallows wake timers from applications.
allow important wake timers only."
With PowerScheduler set as control it was going to sleep but not waking up to record.I'm a bit confused is it now not going to sleep automatically on idle and still not waking for a recording??? i.e. to test for the wake up you manually put it to sleep?
With Windows set as control in PowerScheduler it was going to sleep in expert mode but not plug and play.
It has never woken to record.