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    Computer will not shut down

    Good Morning Everyone!

    My name is Greg and i have been a long time lurker for a while, great info and awesome systems. I met Jan at USACI world finals in 06 and joined these forums due to her reccomendation.

    Here is what my problem,my computer will not power down with ignition off, i have performed many searches and still cannot get this to work. I have an epia 12000 mobo with a 140w psu running windows media center. I have recently added my auzentech sound card(x merridian 7.1) and a 19 elo touch screen. I know its not the touch screen causing the issue, but i have read somwhere the the auzentech card will cause this issue but after reasearch i have found no fix. Can someone please tell me or point me in the right direction so my computer will shut down correctly instead of having to pull the power wire off the psu?

    Many Thanks!!

    Greg

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    Shut Down Controller?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackmaxchef View Post
    Good Morning Everyone!

    ... I have an epia 12000 mobo with a 140w psu running windows media center. .... Can someone please tell me or point me in the right direction so my computer will shut down correctly instead of having to pull the power wire off the psu?

    Many Thanks!!

    Greg

    What power supply do you have? Is it a "Shut Down Controller" that is designed for automotive use? If not, that is what you need.

    FAQ: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/advf...iew&advfaqid=2
    ~Jimmy

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    Thank You for your response, this is the psu i have, M2-ATX 160W Intelligent DC-DC.PSU. prior to installing my Auzentech soundcard everything worked fine, it would shut down normally and so forth. Again Thank You for your response!!


    Greg

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    Dead Battery....

    I am having the same problem with my M2-ATX. It used to shutdown properly, but not now. I have changed some settings maybe by accident, while trying to get the front end to load on startup. I dont know but I keep coming out to a dead battery, and I need some help as well.

    Blazingbird,

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    Get the M2-ATX manual and check the jumper settings. You might try switching to a short delay setting to test and then go back to your desired settings when you know it is working as it should.
    ~Jimmy

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