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Topic # 4715 20-Aug-2005 13:44
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Frietas, I saw where you recommended to the following action to someone having connection problems with bluetooth. They were using the same device I am, the Logitech Dinovo keyboard w/mouse and mediapad. I have had a lot of problems.

You recommended one trial to go into device manager, to the USB root hub, and shut off computer's ability to manage power on each one I don't have a deep understanding of this, but I am figuring b/c they reset and drop your devices. I have done this and so far so good. The only side effect seems to be that my computer doesn't go into hibernate at all now. I can't think of anytning else that I have done that would effect, so do you think this a consequence of this action? In the "power options" in Control Panel, it is set to turn off monitor and hybernate.

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Reply # 18776 20-Aug-2005 13:51
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Welcome to Geekzone!

Not sure if this could be the cause, you will have to test on your computer by turning the option again. In my case I have a desktop that is always on because I have a Virtual PC running my Windows Server for email, so I can't test this.

On my Tablet PC I have this option reset as well, but it goes to hibernation without a problem, either when I manually select this or when I close the lid.







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  Reply # 19029 24-Aug-2005 06:33
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thanks, it seems to be working fine after all. My bluetooth seems to be solid.

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Reply # 19035 24-Aug-2005 08:58
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Great, good to know. As I said I use this on my tablet PC with no problems. Let us know if you find something else that might be interesting to other users here.





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