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XP SP2 causes standby malfunction from keyboard driver

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ozegirl, Sep 2, 2004.

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  1. ozegirl

    ozegirl Thread Starter

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    I have a problem with my Medion 6100 laptop.
    Since installing XP SP2, if I try to enter standby I get
    the message that the EnE Keyboard KB-3886 driver is
    preventing the system from entering standby.

    The keyboard does not have a standby or hibernate button;
    I normally enter standby by going through the Win Xp Start -
    Shutdown - standby option on screen. Wake up is by
    pushing the power button.

    I have tried unsuccessfully to find an update for this
    driver.

    Would anyone know whether SP2 alters the original driver -
    if so can I safely "roll back driver" and will this fix
    work?

    Or would it be that the original driver is still
    installed but does not work with SP2...in which case I
    definitely need an updated driver....?
     
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    SP2 doesn't alter drivers at all. It's possible your keyboard drivers are no more compatible. You must report to the Medion support team.
     
  3. ozegirl

    ozegirl Thread Starter

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    Thank you - so obviously rolling back won't do any help at all.

    I have already contacted Medion as well as EnE Technologies & am still waiting to hear from either.

    Thanks again
     
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    ozegirl Thread Starter

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