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  • Cinergy 600 and hibernate/stand-by

    When resuming from stand-by or hibernate there is no sound from the radio, is there a way to disconnect before hibernating and then reconnect the radio card when resuming? Or is there another way to fix it?

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    I use Hibernation everytime and never had an issue with the Cinergy 600.. First question, do you have a mouse/trackball or do you use only the touchscreen ?

    You can try the hibernateaware=false option in RR.INI...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by guino
      I use Hibernation everytime and never had an issue with the Cinergy 600.. First question, do you have a mouse/trackball or do you use only the touchscreen ?

      You can try the hibernateaware=false option in RR.INI...

      I am running my computer in my house now for testing, and the I have a USB mouse connected, Iīm just using touchscreen in my car. I have another software putting the computer to stand-by when there is a short on two pins on the comport, if I go to hibernate from radio screen and then when I comes back the radio screen shows RDS data but there is no sound, but if I change station the sound comes back again. I will try hibernateaware=false when I get back home.

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      • #4
        I have found the problem, my SDC software was forceing the computer to stand-by mode and thatīs not good. Just to let everybody know this, do not force your computer into stand-by mode if it isn't necessary.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by weekendowel
          I have found the problem, my SDC software was forceing the computer to stand-by mode and thatīs not good. Just to let everybody know this, do not force your computer into stand-by mode if it isn't necessary.
          So you're saying that it works with hibernate, but not with standby ? or that your SDC software was litterally FORCING the hibernate/stand-by process which could easily prevent applications from performing suspend/resume operations ?
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