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    Constant Bitrate jac1502's Avatar
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    Ever hear of a MB that wont resume from hibernate or standy by pressing the power but

    I have been through my BIOS but cant really figure this out.

    I am using a DSATX, Windows XP SP2, and a Foxconn MB.

    I can enter standby or hibernate fine (I shut off ignition and DSATX sends signal to jumper power button pins on the MB)

    When I turn the ignition back on the MB wont come out of hibernate or standby by the power buttin pins being jumped. Sometimes a PS2 keyboard will work but even that’s not every time.

    Has anyone heard of a MB that wont allow resume from the power button being pressed?

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    i have a foxconn in my car, i had no issue of that sort, make sure u got the polarity correct on the 2pin power switch from DSATX to MOBO.

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    Polarity is correct and it will turn on initially and go into standby just wont pull out from the dsatx signal pulse. I can use a hardwired switch or a PS2 mouse but I don’t want to have to do either.

    Could you give me a quick run through of you ACPI settings in you bios? I would greatly appreciate that!

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