Win 7 Hybrid Sleep with M4ATX, hardoff still after 60 seconds?
I have an M4-ATX feeding an intel D945GCLF2 motherboard running windows 7.
Startup / shutdown work fine if I use it in that setup, no problems at all.
But I want to move over to using hybrid sleep, and this is where I am having some issues.
If I turn the ignition off, then the computer goes into standby, and if I turn the ignition on within 1 minute, then the computer comes out of standby, no problems.
If I leave the ignition off for longer than 1 minute, then it resumes from hibernate, so the M4 is cutting the 5VSB line at the 1 minute mark.
However, if I use the M4 configurator, and set the P1 Hardoff time to never, then it STILL cuts the 5VSB after 1 minute!
Even if I set the P1 Hardoff time to say 10 minutes, it still does a hardoff at the 1 minute mark, and makes the computer resume from hibernate.
So I am not sure, I would love to get the hybrid sleep working, with a time of around 24 hours. I always get back into my car within that 24 hour period, and if I am away longer, then I would like the computer in hibernate mode, and I would generally have the car on a battery maintainer as well.
Am I missing something? It seems like the M4 is ignoring the changes to the hardoff time, and just cutting at 1 minute.
I checked the voltages, and it doesnt look like it is triggering the low voltage cutoff either, the battery is currently at 12.1V, and the cutoff is 11.1V.