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Mouse reboot! my computer went into hibernation and now my mouse won't start...i need help!!!

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Many computers only come out of hibernation only when the power button is pressed. you;ll see something that looks like booting up, and the computer will load your memoery from disk of what was in memory when you went into hibernation.

standby is the state that can be woken up by a keyboard or mouse.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_Hibernate_and_Standby_in_Windows

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Generally all Windows OS has an option for sleep & hibernate.

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Fig. 1. Windows VISTA Start Menu. To put Windows VISTA to Sleep or Hibernate, click the small arrow head right next the Lock icon then click Sleep or Hibernate.

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Fig. 2. Windows 7 Start Menu.
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