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Putting windows xp into standby

When i going to put my pc into standbye i can't a window opens up stating this.... The device driver for the 'standard 101/102-key or mircosoft natural ps/2 keyboard' device is preventing the machine from entering hibernation. Please close all applications and try again. If the problem persists, you may need to update this driver.

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Go to Microsoft website and download current driver.

Posted on Oct 03, 2007

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Hi, If the computer seem to wake from sleep mode for no reason? Some device settings can cause the computer to return from a power savings state when not expected. If the computer is using an optical mouse, changes in light can cause the computer to wake. Network activity can cause the network hardware to wake the computer, especially when the network is always on (like cable and DSL connections). High Definition Audio audio may also cause the computer to wake from sleep mode. Use the following steps to prevent the these hardware devices from waking the computer:
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  3. Click the plus sign ( + ) next to the device that needs to be adjusted. If you are using an optical mouse, select Mice and other pointing devices . If the computer is using an "always-on" connection, click Network Adapters . To check the high definition audio, click Sound, video, and game controllers .
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  8. Disconnect all non-essential connected devices (printers, scanners, USB drives).
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If you have already tried all the above steps, you can try the steps below: Many software components start up automatically and run without being seen. Most of these programs are not necessary to the work performed on a computer, but can interfere with sleep/standby mode. For troubleshooting purposes use the following steps to prevent programs from starting when Windows is first opened.
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  2. The System Configuration Utility appears. Click the General tab, select Selective startup , and then and remove the check from Load startup items . c00847247.png
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If the problem still exists, go to the next Step. Upgrading the BIOS and keyboard software If the sleep button on the keyboard still does not work, go to the HP Software and Driver Download page , enter your computer model number into the field provided, and install any keyboard and BIOS updates for Windows Vista. Should you require any further assistance regarding this issue or any other computer related issue in future please feel free to contact get back to us, we will be more than glad to assist you.

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I can. Tell your neighbors to hold it down.

OH, I'M JUST KIDDIN'!



(Must be my neighbors........."Hey.........you guys hold it down out there!" )

Suggest you download AND install the audio (Sound) drivers.

Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device

Device is the audio chipset.
Version of Windows operating system wasn't stated.

Dell Support > Latitude D530 Notebook PC > Main Support page,

http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/Product/latitude-d530

Click on the blue - Drivers & Downloads - tab.
(Product Support / System Configuration / Drivers & Downloads / etc

http://downloads.dell.com/Pages/Drivers/latitude-d530.html

Scroll down a little until you see the bold black subheading -
Audio - Driver

Look in the chart. There are 3 audio drivers listed.
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The top one is Version - 6.10.0.5614
The second one is Version - 5.10.0.5515

The top one is for Windows Vista. (32-bit or 64-bit)
The second one down is for Windows XP, or Windows 2000.
(And for Windows XP 64-bit)

You know which Windows version is on your computer.
Main thing is it Windows Vista, or Windows XP/Windows 2000.

That is the two choices.

Using Windows XP as an example;

Go to the right of Version 5.10.0.5515, and click on the Yellow folder icon to the Right. (Under Download heading, and has a Red arrow pointing down)

A small window will come up -
Opening R171789.exe
Click on - Save File - at the bottom.

A small download window will come up. Allow the file to fully download, then DOUBLE-click right on the file name.

To the Left in the next small window, click on - Extract all files
At the bottom of the next 3 small windows, click on -
Next, Next, and Finish.

(If it is different post back in a Comment)

Restart your computer if not asked to do so.

[Windows XP: Click on Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart.
Windows Vista: Click on the Windows logo button (Start), then on Shut Down ]

When Windows fully loads again, you may get a pop-up out of your system tray, "Found new hardware device".
And perhaps another one, "Found Sigmatel audio device".

The system tray is at the bottom of your monitor screen. To the right is the time, date, etc.
It also has the Volume icon. The icon is a speaker symbol.

IF, you do not have the Volume icon in your system tray;

Example using WinXP,

Click on Start, then on Control Panel.
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In the small Sounds and Audio Devices Properties window, go to -Device volume - in the middle. (Blue)

Left-click in the empty small square box, to the left of -
Place volume icon in the taskbar.
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Lastly go to the bottom Left, and click on OK.

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Use this link if you are using Windows XP:
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The Solutions that will mostly work :

1) Go to sleep mode - wake up ! - tada !! the headphone jack will work again .. I know it sounds crazy.. i had the same problem.. (ie speakers onboard worked while headphones jack didnt work) usually restarting solves any problem, but this time even a restart did not worked while putting the laptop on standby(sleep) mode and waking it up worked !!

2) If the above does not work, uninstall the sound drivers from device manager - restart the computer - then let windows detect appropriate drivers by itself. Sometimes the Sigmatel drivers(which are provided by manufacturer) do not work well compared to windows vista's HD sound drivers. May solve the issue... Do not worry doing this, in the worst scenario you can always download and reinstall the dell drivers from dell support page.

Please update on [email protected] if the problem gets solved..
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2. Attempt a clean boot and see if some background startup item or service is causing the issue. see this article for troubleshooting startup items

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Not sure whether the Operating System in your Notebook is Vista or XP.

I am providing you the steps which can be performed in both windows XP and Vista one after the other. Try these steps according to the Operating System you have installed in your notebook :

Uninstalling and rienstalling Bluetooth Hardware drivers from your Notebook in Vista :

Click on the Start Menu and type Device Manager in the search field. Click on the Device manager link in the results.

The Device Manager opens in a seperate window.

In this, click on the [+] mark next to Bluetooth Radios to expand the tree.

Right click on any device which states 'HP Integrated Module with Bluetooth' and select Uninstall.

Restart the notebook once this process is done.

Cancell ro close any window which states New Hardware found.

Download the Bluetooth hardware drivers for Vista from the link below :

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp38001-38500/sp38167.exe


Save the file in the Notebook and double click once it is saved to install the drivers.


Uninstalling and rienstalling Bluetooth Hardware drivers from your Notebook in XP :


Right Click on My Computer and select Properties in the list.

Now go to Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button.

Device Manager window opens in a seperate window.

Now click on the [+] mark next to Bluetooth Radios to expand the tree.
Right click on any device which states 'HP Integrated Module with Bluetooth' and select Uninstall.

Restart the notebook once this process is done.

Cancell ro close any window which states New Hardware found.

Download the Bluetooth hardware drivers for XP from the link below :

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp32001-32500/sp32315.exe

Save the file in the Notebook and double click once it is saved to install the drivers.

Additionally, perform Windows Update so that any updates available from Microsoft for that particular hardware device will be installed.

Hope this helps...
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