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It is possible that you have a CA Voltage problem... so, do you have overvoltage protection at power supply?. though you should remove jumper from "boot block" pins (or similar) in the Motherboard (HP computers usually have it). This surely willl help you.
Most modern ATX motherboards should have a 3-pin Wake-on-LAN connector
near the PCI slots and should included BIOS support for Wake-on-LAN
power up,check the Power Management
Setup for this option. As i check in your motherboard manual there is not pin but it supports wake on lan so go to bios and enable power on ring in power managment,it should be enable by default.Next right click on your computer,then properties,then device manager(OR YOU CAN SIMPLY GO TO START->RUN AND TYPE devmgmt.msc and hit enter).Then find the network adapters,click on it,and click on your ethernet controller(it should be realtek,gigabyte something like that) and the go to advance and scroll(search) for "wake up on lan" "wake up capabilities" and make sure that is on or enabled AND YOUR DONE:)
I went into the BIOS (with F2 during restart) and changed a value -- IIRC it was called something like "power management scheme" -- from the default S3 to the other choice, S1. Now the old Dell XP Dimension 2350 will go into and out of Standby correctly and the new SE198WFP 19" LCD will too.
Have you disabled "Wake on LAN" in the power settings? There are also other settings in Power management that could affect this.
There should also be general settings for power savings such as "none" "medium" and "maximum power savings" With a little explanation of each.
It is probably a setting in windows that is your problem.
Try This, Right click your screen and select properties,select the screen saver tab, then select the power button. If you don't want power saving highlight never for the monitor and hard disk. Then go to the hibernation tab and disable hibernation.click ok to all screens to back out. Hope this helps.
Sleep on Vista is a combination of Standby and Hibernate. First it will go into Standby and then later if a laptop it will go into Hibernate. Any movement of mouse or keyboard may cause it to wake up.
Some computers will wake on Lan. If you have ethernet connected this may be the cause. You can turn this off by using Device Manager - Hardware - Select ethernet adapter - driver - Advanced - look for Wake on Lan and Pattern Matching and disable this.
ALso check your BIOS settings and disable all Wake on XXX settings.