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    MBP and Windows XP
    Hi everyone

    I'm running windows XP via bootcamp on my MBP and i have problem with standby function in windows.

    when I'm in windows and want to move computer from one place to another and dont want to turn it off i just close the lid (as you normally do in OSX) the problem is that when i open it back function keys doesn't work, I'm not able to put computer back to sleep or turn it off, when i try to turn it off it hangs and only thing to do is to press power button for about 5 sec to hard restart it. is there any solution for this problem? what is responsible for this problem? is it bootcamp assistant or something else?
    any help much appreciated.

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    Are you running boot camp 2 or are you still on the beta? You should try updating the drivers through software update. I'd give that a try

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    im still on beta as i don't want to upgrade to leopard just yet. is there bootcamp 2.0 for tiger?

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