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So today I was at school and class ended. I used the FN+ESC combo to put my computer on standby and I was greeted by this.
Any ideas? I already updated the bluetooth drivers.
[MOD EDIT] Image resized ~Becky
Try disabling and re-enabling bluetooth again?
Try uninstalling the drivers completely, restart the machine, install new drivers, then try Standby again.
I’ve seen this error message on another laptop (it was bluetooth causing the problem) but I can’t remember exactly how I fixed it.
I also get this problem putting my sammy into standby – not all the time. It also has a habbit of resuming itself whilst its folded and zipped away in my bag!
Anyone else have any ideas?
thats’s a ‘feature’ of the standard XP install. Approx 15 mins after its put into standby it powers back up and then goes into full Hibernate automagically.
Ah right I was wondering why it does that – not seen it go into hibernation though – it normally just sits there powered up doesnt do anything :S
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