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    naa its that the screen wont power on unless its had power for a second or so. so thats why i cant just use the aux turn on that the M1-ATX has .

    I dont have it show any bios just VIA then the resuming windows screen.

    Squid, if you could share that that would be great maybe thats what im looking for.
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    Well if it's a Lilliput, you could use the Coyote Auto-Power-On mod... I do.. works great.

    If it isn't, then yea you'll need a nice 555 IC circuit... and make sure you use a relay
    to trigger the "button" of the screen so you don't accidentally send +12volts thru it!

    Lemme look around and find a good 555 circuit and post it.. or anyone else that beats me to it

    How long of delay do you think you need?
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    probaly 1 - 3 sec, its not a lilli its the tview, so i just need to close the power switch wires.
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    so you just need to close the switch wires and not pulse them?

    If so, the amp turn on feature should work. It does delay a few seconds after the main power rails come on. I don't know if it can supply enough current to switch a relay or not so you may have to take it's output through a transistor and then to your relay (same goes for the 555). If the amp delay isn't long enough for you, you can always reflash the PIC on your m1-atx to get the delay you want. The iTuner guys might take care of that for you, if you ask nicely.

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    Here is the double-shot timer circuit I used to "wait" while the charging cycle
    on my laptop started, then it "pushed" the power button on my laptop for a
    set amount of time. Worked awesome
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    Here is the 555 circuit alone so you can learn and understand how it works
    and what you need to change to get the timing lengths you want.
    The S1 shown in the schematic would be a relay that closed when it received
    the ignition +12 or +12 from the mobo... the trigger (switch or relay) can remained closed and the circuit still work...
    Mine are all triggered by relays from the SUV ignition wires and still pulse even tho its not a momentary input.
    My scribble pic on the right are the pin layout of a 555 ic just so I wouldn't get confused
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    Hmm, that might work connected to the amp turn on since thats already delayd. so i would just need to get the above parts? I get so confused when reading those diagrams. lol

    Oh wait NVM lol that wont work.
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    If your mobo has a built in delay, then you don't need that much complication.
    Just use the the constant to momentary relay above and have it drive a secondary
    relay which is "pushing" the lcd button. That should work then.

    I didn't realize any mobo had a delay turn on feature... my bad
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    yea i think ill try the constant to pulse today and see what happns any recomendations for relays?
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    IT WORKED!!! i used the contant to momentary circit. hooked it up the the M1-ATX amp turn on and it works great... im going to put the circit in a lil case of its own to keep it together.
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