Win2000 and Standby/Hibernate mode

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I've got a A7V133 MB machine I've built running great with Windows 2000. The one problem is that when I try to go into hibernate or standby I get a error that states, "The device driver for the 'Standard 101/102-key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard' device is preventing the machine from entering standby."

I am using a Microsoft Natural Pro keyboard and have found I experience the same problem using my Logitech wireless keyboard as well. I don't experience the problem when using a cheapo standard keyboard. Although this is one way around it, I'm wondering if someone has a solution that will let me keep using my Natural keyboard instead.

Suggestions appreciated.

Thanks - Larry
 
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Did you get an answer to your question? I am running into the same problem with my 3com network card.
 
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I have the same problem with the serial port driver. What is UP? When I disabled the driver, the standby/hibernate worked fine but everytime I have to use the serial port, I have to reboot which is becoming a pain in the ars remarkably fast. Can anyone help?