Not much to go on here, and having read that Hibernation just Restarts, not
sure how much this will help, but ... in view of the little information
-- There might be a CMOS setting for the mouse to bring the system out of
standby with the mouse. Check there first. My current machine has no such
thing, but my last one did.
-- There might be an option in your Mouse Properties; check that.
-- Also, check Control Panel's Power Options; there is usually such a
setting there. That's also where you turn hibernation on/off and adjust hte
room it needs.
Part of your problem -could- be whatever is preventing Hibernation from
working, assuming it's turned on. It sounds like it is? If so, check the
amount of space reserved for it; I think there is a recommended size given
in the dialog somewhere.
Two safe to use things come to mind that may help with problems like
1. UPHClean from Microsoft. That's a User Hive Cleanup app that makes NO
changes, but cleans up fodder and chaff. Most useful for slow shut downs,
but helps other things, too.
2. NTRegopt is a registry optimizer from, I think, Sysinternals (now owned
by MS). It also makes no changes to the registry, but does re-organize the
sequence of the hives during boot. Try it and see if it doesn't help. If
you can't find it, Google will turn up lots of sources for it, including
sysinternal's site, which will redirect you to the right place at MS. Or,
just go to sysinternals.com and let it redirect you.