From: kakii on

I think to have found the reason.
It is a P4 FSB533 based station with DRR2700 RAM on board.
In bios RAM clock was set to 'automatic'.
After having changed to 'manually 266' the problems no longer occur.

Anyhow, thanks for your tips.


Rich Barry wrote:
> Check in the Bios>Advanced for Legacy USB enabled. Try rt clicking
> MyComputer>select Properties>Hardware>Device Manager>USB Controllers. Rt
> click on each one and choose uninstall. Restart and let XP reinstall them.
> Check the MS Article below
> "kakii" <user(a)> wrote in message
> news:%23pHNGyQpKHA.4016(a)TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>> Windows XP SP3
>> OS leaves the stand-by mode. The user has caused this by
>> stroking some key (keyboard).
>> The windows welcome screen, with several icons of defined accounts.
>> Mouse cursor follows the mouse movements but no reaction to left click.
>> Also no reaction to right click.
>> No reaction to strokes on keyboard.
>> What would be to check as first in this situation?
>> Possible reasons?
>> Thanks
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