MP not restarting (always) after standby

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    I have some strange behavior, which I don't know how to track/create logs.
    MP Client is setup to restart on resume, because I need to wakeup my TVServer automatically.
    This is working every second time only. The other times, the PC wakes up and shows MP homescreen, but is not responding to input at all.
    What could I do to tackle this?



    BTW: Running MP 1.3 Final. (But this already happend before in 1.2.3)

    cheers
    joystick
     
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