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Dell XPS M1210 running XP reboots when entering standby

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Hi there,

I've got what I hope is a simple problem to fix - I'm running Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 3) on a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. However, every time I try to put it into "standby" to save power it reboots. From what I've been googling it seems like it's a rogue driver causing the problem - however I've got no idea on how to identify the culprit. Any hints would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance!
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