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If you are using a Windows XP-based computer and the computer tries to enter a sleep mode, you may receive the following error message:
where keyboard device is typically either "Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard" or "Terminal Server Keyboard Driver" and sleep mode is either Standby, Idle, or Hibernate.
The device driver for the keyboard device is preventing the machine from entering sleep mode. Please close all applications and try again. If the problem persists, you may need to update this driver.
Alternatively, you may receive the following blue screen error:
0X000000A0 (0X00000002, 0X0007011E, 0X0000000, 0X0000000) INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR
This behavior can occur if a program installs a kernel-mode driver that attaches itself to the standard keyboard driver (I8042prt.sys) and does not support Plug and Play I/O request packets (IRPs). Examples of programs that exhibit this behavior include:
To resolve the behavior, contact the manufacturer of your program to inquire about the availability of an updated version of the program that is designed for use with Windows XP.
To work around this behavior, uninstall the program that causes this behavior, and then restart your computer.
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