Mouse gets stuck out of Hibernation

April 15, 2009 at 13:34:23
Specs: Windows XP
After starting from Hibernate, my mouse won't move most of the time. Sometimes it will, but it usually won't move. I don't think it is even listed under Device Manager when it gets stuck, but will show up when it isn't though.

When it won't move, I've been using Add Hardware in Control Panel. I start Add Hardware and it starts searching, and before it is even done searching, my mouse will start working again. After it starts moving, I cancel the Add Hardware.

How do I get this to stop happening? I deleted and reinstalled the driver, and even installed a driver from the Logitech website, but nothing works.

The mouse is a serial Logitech M-M34.


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April 15, 2009 at 13:55:10
If this PC is a desktop, don't ever hibernate again. Standby & Hibernate are designed to conserve laptop battey. Take a look HERE to get an idea of the pains Hibernate & Standby bestow on the users.


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April 15, 2009 at 15:50:32
I agree with XpUser. Manufacturer's of desktop motherboards seemed to take getting Standby and Hibernate working 100% a very low priority, if a priority at all.

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