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SystemIdleTimerReset() Problems with Windows Pocket PC 2002

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I'm calling SystemIdleTimerReset() from my program roughly every second, and the darn iPAQ still hibernates.

I'm using VB.net:

{form class}

    Public Declare Sub SystemIdleTimerReset Lib "coredll.dll" ()

    ...

        {within a function that is called roughly once per second:}
        SystemIdleTimerReset()

Is there something I'm missing about this function?  The MSDN reference is pretty sparse on this topic.
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