"HDFatBoy2003" <H_D_FatBoy2003@msn.com> wrote in message
> There is a Windows Update (Optional) that addresses the problem - at least
> for MS Wireless mouses. Can't remember the full name or number but has
> HID Filter in the name.
> The only mouses that cause this problem run on the 27mhz range. All
> others do not cause a problem with sleep\resume.
I found the reference, but my Windows Update doesn't show it., maybe because
I've disconnected the mouse from USB to resolve the issue, which is better
for me anyway.
> "Lee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "gergaloo" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> I've got the same problem. Can someone please help?
>>> "Rbrummy" wrote:
>>>> I am able to manually put Windows Vista to sleep by either the power
>>>> on the Start menu or even by a voice recognition command, but my
>>>> settings for
>>>> sleep after so many minutes does not work. My screensaver comes on
>>>> after 20
>>>> minutes and the system is to sleep after 40 minutes but doesn't. I
>>>> have a
>>>> Logitech wireless mouse, an Epson Perfection USB scanner and 2 HP USB
>>>> printers attached. Any ideas for a fix?
>> Wireless USB mice are confirmed to cause this problem. I solved it by
>> using a PS/2-USB adapter for the mouse transmitter.