05-06-2011 07:48 AM
Just connected my hp mouse and keyboard to my HPE375a and now computer will not go into screen saver mode, also when i hit the off button on the remote the PC goes into sleep mode for 30 seconds and then turns back on with no input.
05-15-2011 11:37 PM
All of my wireless HP mice have an on/off switch on the bottom. After you press the off (sleep) button on the remote, have you tried to turn the mouse off with the switch?
I have not had a problem with a wireless mouse keeping a computer from staying in sleep mode (as long as I didn't move the mouse), but I did have the same problem after I networked all of my computers together. The problem turned out to be the LAN port (RJ45). The solution was to go into Device Manager>Network Controller and on the Power Management tab, uncheck "Allow the device to turn on the computer".
05-16-2011 01:56 PM - edited 05-16-2011 01:57 PM
A wireless mouse and keyboard can cause your computer to wake up for no apparent reason
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05-16-2011 04:51 PM
Worked it out. For whatever reason the HP mouse will not allow the PC to go to sleep when it is being used on a mouse mat. Leave the mouse on the table and all seems to work good.
The only other problem i have to resolve is when it goes to sleep the monitor goes back and just the mouse pointer showing. Monitor does not go to sleep unless i use the remote!