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Thread: Running remote signal to amp from parallell or serial port?

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    Yes, onboard sound.. As of now, my amp is also powered by the same relay as the PC.. Looking into the DTR-link Confused gave me, though...

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    If you're still getting the start up beep on an EPIA, it's probably time to check for an updated driver pack or BIOS. This was a problem with the EPIA 800 originally, but an update saw it fixed.
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    I did what Windows Service that raises DTR on powerup said, and it works like a charm! PLUS, I don't get the annoying sound when machine is cut off before the amp is..

    It's an M-10000 , upgraded to last bios.. Now everything (ehrm, almost) works like it's supposed.. Only need get widescreen res. and the new m.e. 2.0 ... :-)

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