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MS Wireless Desktop 8000 - Vista 64 sleep
I am running a Vista Ultimate 64-bit O/S on current hardware with the
I use Vista's hybrid sleep to put my system down during breaks so I can
quickly recover to my working environment. This works great...at least
until this week. This week I added the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 8000
BlueTooth keyboard/mouse combo to my setup. As soon as I did this I
notice that when I hit sleep the system goes down as normal, external
signs of power go off, but after less than one minute the system wakes
up again. If I then do not interact with it the system will go to
sleep after whatever the configured timeout for sleep is in my Power
Options power plan.
I am wondering if this is a known issue (haven't found any indication
of it on the net yet) or is this just some twitchy interaction with my
hardware/software config in which case is there anything I can do about
Interested in any info I can get at this point.