problems with the login screen after stand by

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    Crispy

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    I am having a problem with the log in screen after the computer goes in to hibernation! After I am done using Vista, the computer goes in to hibernation and when I wake it up afterwards, the login screen appears. The problem is that it is frozen. Nether the mouse nor the keyboard work and I have to restart the computer. Could this be a setting, the KVM switch, the mouse and keyboard, or something else.
     
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    quaan

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    no idea

    something is conflicting in your system
     
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    I tried it with out the KVM switch and i put it on stand by and it did the same thing. I think that there is something wrong with stand by that will not allow the computer to recognize the mouse and keyboard.
     
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    I would just shut standby and hibernation off for now untill they release some kind of patch for it.
     
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    I have a similar problem if I have to reboot to the Error Recovery Screen.

    3 Options are present (boot in safe mode...etc) but my wireless keyboard and mouse are completely dead so my only option is to wait the required 30 seconds before it automatically restarts in normal mode.
     
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