05-10-2009 12:53 PM
I am running a windows Vista 64 OS with a I7 chip. I am using a Logitech 110 EX wireless keyboard & mouse. The problem is once I put my computer to sleep/hibernate I cannot wake it up. I have changed batteries & used another logitec 110EX setup, but I cannot wake the computer up. Any suggestions.
05-11-2009 02:11 AM
To do this, you must first enable the keyboard or mouse to bring the computer out of standby mode. Please make sure that you have connected the receiver directly to the USB port of your computer.
1. Open Device Manager by clicking the ‘Start’ button , clicking ‘Control Panel’, clicking ‘System and Maintenance’, and then clicking ‘Device Manager’. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
2. In the list of device categories, expand ‘Mice and other pointing devices’ or expand ‘Keyboard’ if you want to use the keyboard to wake your computer.
3. Right-click the entry for the mouse (Logitech HID-compliant mouse) or the keyboard (Logitech HID-compliant keyboard), and then click ‘Properties’.
4. On the ‘Power Management’ tab, check the ‘Allow this device to wake the computer’ check box.
5. Click ‘OK’.
05-31-2009 05:16 AM
In my case, I have the option Allow this device to wake the computer in grey, so I can't check it.
I have a Logitech dinovo Edge and I'm using the USB bluetooth dongle provided.
What could be the solution?