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    I'm glad you got it sorted realista87. Thank you for posting back with your findings.
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    the only downside is that now i have to press the button on the case to interrupt the sleep state....of course neither my mouse or logitech k400 can now do anything in sleep mode. but better this than redundant wake ups from sleep state
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