At least that's the way it looks here. With the APM Configuration BIOS\noption "Power on PS/2 mouse" enabled, the PS/2 mouse is only able to wake\nthe system from Windows standby if the "Allow this device to bring the\ncomputer out of standby" is **unchecked**. If this box is checked the mouse\ncannot wake the system and thus the behavior is the total opposite of what\nMS intended. But it doesn't end there.....With the APM Configuration BIOS\noption "Power on PS/2 mouse" disabled, the PS/2 mouse is able to wake the\nsystem from Windows standby if the "Allow this device to bring the computer\nout of standby" is checked or unchecked and provided it is also checked for\nthe keyboard. Also, if for the keyboard the "Allow this device...." is\nunchecked but it is checked for the Mouse then the keyboard is still able to\nwake the system from Windows standby. LOL! This is a total screw-up, what we\nhave is a convolution of BIOS, keyboard and mouse settings, for crying out\nloud, this is BIOS 1014, something like this should have been noticed\nalready and addressed in BIOS 1003 or the equivalent.\n\nCan someone else confirm this on their system as well before I go to Asus\nagain?