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  • Opus150w+hibernation=blue Screen Of Death

    Well, I've been posting these power issues now for a long time, and everyday I try to test out and examine my system a bit closer to try to resolve the issues. When I initially installed the Opus, I thought all my problems were solved. In fact, the problems changed. Now, when I shut down my car (and computer) everything works fine approx. every 6 times in a row. But then the next time I restart my car, I does not even attempt to come out of hibernation mode, and just boots up normally to the windows boot screen, and then right into the blue screen of death with the unmountable boot volume note. I'm using Frodoplayer with the ls-1 skin. Now....from extensive research on this site, I gathered info regarding the gauge of the wires and that too thin may cause problems. I do believe that the wire is very thin (I don't recall the gauge), but If this in fact is true, then why would my pc power up and shut down correctly most of the time. Or can it be something else I'm overlooking. Finally, When I had my ITPS and PW-70a, the system would simply shut down when I was approaching a light, put the car in park, or parked and rolled up the window. Now with my Opus150W, it will sometimes reboot while I'm driving (and this can happen whether I'm speeding up or slowing down. It doesn't seem to matter. And the hard thing is that when thins does happen, I have no time to see the flashing led, because I'm driving and it's in the back. Any other ideas on how I can resolve this issue?? Thanx in advance!!
    Via epia M10000
    12.1" VGA touchscreen
    XP Pro
    OPus 150W
    120 GIG Maxtor
    512 DDR
    Geforce 5500 Videocard
    Audigy NX USB sound card
    Wireless Keyboard & mouse
    Panasonic slim line -slot load
    w/ usb adapter
    IRMAN

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    Via epia M10000
    12.1" VGA touchscreen
    XP Pro
    OPus 150W
    120 GIG Maxtor
    512 DDR
    Geforce 5500 Videocard
    Audigy NX USB sound card
    Wireless Keyboard & mouse
    Panasonic slim line -slot load
    w/ usb adapter
    IRMAN

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    • #3
      for testing purposes I would run at least a 8 gauge wire to opus, also make sure your ground is clean and the same gauge.

      when you run wire that is too thin for the power you are running through it, the wire can heat up causing it to carry less power which in turn will cause the opus to brown out.

      are you running anything else on the powerline that goes to the opus?
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      S60 Install

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      • #4
        Put a friend in the trunk and have them keep an eye on the LED while you drive around.
        A car without turbo is a car with perpetual lag.

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        • #5
          or that
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          • #6
            lol...WELL, i KINDA FIGURED THAT THE SIZE OF THE WIRE WAS THE ISSUE, AND HAVE TRIED JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING ELSE EXCEPT THAT. I GUESS I WAS HOPING FOR ANOTHER MORE SIMPLE SOLUTION THAT I OVERLOOKED. DO YOU THINK THE SIZING WOULD EFFECT THE COMPUTER NOT SHUTTING DOWN PROPERLY ONLY SOMETIMES??!
            Via epia M10000
            12.1" VGA touchscreen
            XP Pro
            OPus 150W
            120 GIG Maxtor
            512 DDR
            Geforce 5500 Videocard
            Audigy NX USB sound card
            Wireless Keyboard & mouse
            Panasonic slim line -slot load
            w/ usb adapter
            IRMAN

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            • #7
              well due to the fact it's been doing this, you may have done damage to your hard drive, you might want to scan it with chkdsk or something along those lines to make sure everything else is ok
              肚子笑痛了
              S60 Install

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              • #8
                Wow, first of all lose the caps. Not even Terri Schiavo types in all caps.

                Second, why don't you just fix what you know is a problem. Do you ask the plumber if he can try to find some other problem when your pipes leak because there are holes in them? You have something you know isn't done right and could easily cause the problem, yet you want to leave it alone and try to look for something else? I don't understand I guess.

                Browning-out the power supply could cause any number of unwanted effects. Fix it.

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