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Topic # 5146 3-Oct-2005 00:18
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Hello,

before I begin: sorry for my bad english
since I installed the drivers for the BW-UD01 (BlueSoleil-Software), my computer cannot going to standby or hibernate. The message "preparing for standby/hibernate" appears. That's all. Standby and hibernate worked fine before I installed the driver (I allready use the newest driver (from BlueWalker and BlueSoleil))! The settings in my bios and WinXP are ok. The standby and hibernate If I remove the BT-stick, then the Standby ore hibernate works fine.
The reason is the "Bluetooth HID Keyboard" (This device appears in the control panel, after I control the mice of my computer over BT). On the properties -> details tab -> DropDownField: energy state assignment (in german: Energiestatuszuordnungen), I see the following items:

S0 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S1 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S2 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S3 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S4 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S5 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)
S6 -> not assigned (nicht zugeordnet)


In other devices the S-states allready assigned to a D-state. For example:

S0 -> D0
S1 -> D2
S2 -> D3
S3 -> D3
S4 -> D3
S5 -> D3
S6 -> D3


I am not ready to remove each time the stick before the computer can go to standby or hibernate. That is not sense of the thing.

How I can set or change this states for the HID-Keyboard?

Any Idea?

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Reply # 20928 3-Oct-2005 06:21
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Welcome to Geekzone... Could it be that the USB Root Hub is set to not allow the OS to manage power?

This setting is on the Device Manager - but I have this set and my Tablet PC goes to Hibernate ok.







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Reply # 20931 3-Oct-2005 10:36
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Hello,

at all 5 "USB Root Hubs" the settings are:
S0 -> D0
S1 -> D2
S2 -> D3
S3 -> D3
S4 -> D3
S5 -> D3
computer can turn off the device to save energy --> is checked

Is it a solution to buy an other BT-stick? Might be the AVM BlueFRITZ! USB???

Ciao

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 20942 3-Oct-2005 16:59
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Can't really say if another Bluetooth adapter would solve the problem. Can you return this one and get a new one?






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Reply # 20969 3-Oct-2005 23:48
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yes, I can get a new one ;-) and the old stick back.
I think it is a driver problem. Therefore I would buy an other BT-stick from an other manufacturer.
Notice: I tested the BlueWalker stick on an other computer and the same problem appears.
After I remove the stick, the problem is going away. Now the BlueWalker driver/stick is true problem.

Ciao

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