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Thread: DSATX Hibernate Function Fixed

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    DSATX Hibernate Function Fixed

    Hey,

    I fixed the DSATX Hibernate Function and I'd like someone to try it out.

    Basically before, if you set Enable5VSBOFF to 0 then it would never turn off the 5 volt rail even if VIN dropped low which would kill your battery eventually. This new firmware has a hibernate ability, where it won't kill the +5VSB until the battery falls to the voltage threshold set by P2 or hardcoded in. PM me for the firmware upgrade using a brainstem if you want to try it.<br /><br />
    MPEGBOX - Plexiglass Computer
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    Hibernate fix? Or Sleep fix? Hibernate work with 0113 ok but Sleep is not useable!!! Because if battery go under voltage threshold DSATX not cut off power!!!

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    I think it would also fixed by Version 0114.
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    Me -> Stupid Im open one year old thread(Im not check date before Im post message)...

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