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Thread: Everything You need to know about your M4 ATX

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    Firmware v1.0

    I would like to thank you for this information it will come in useful soon enough. I am going to update the firmware from 1.0 to the latest, looking at the link below, it has diagrams almost similar to the one provided by Fox Mulder.

    http://www.obddiag.net/prog2455.html#ICSP

    This look easy, and the stripboard should be easy enough for me, its been a while since doing this.

    Is anyone having problems with waking the computer when ignition is switched back on, as mine is a configuration problem with xp (vista too is the same when I tried it) I think and not the M4. It doesn't go to standby but just turns it off. When the ignition is switched back on again it reboots from hard off, i guess.

    Cheers

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    I'm running the latest firmware and have trouble with standby with my DG45FC. Haven't yet tried another PSU though, so I cannot attest to it being the PSU or the mobo.

    It has the same behavior that you describe though.
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    just to update you on my sleep problem

    I did manage to solve this with carefully choosing a new install of XP (I couldn't solve the Vista problem and I don't really want Vista anyway) with fewer startup programs and freshly installed programs, its now hibernating and sleeping fully except that it will not wake up from a wireless USB keyboard + mouse (Logitech dinovo). Even with the option enabled in bios.

    Switching the ignition on alone will not wake it but I wired in a push to make switch, this has solved that. It wakes.

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    Isn't the DiNovo BT??

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    The dinovo is bluetooth or you can use the usb dongle that comes with it.
    You should try setting your bios to "Power on after Power Fail" and that will should get around your issue of having to have a switch to start the computer (even though your M4 is supposed to do this).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox_Mulder View Post
    The dinovo is bluetooth or you can use the usb dongle that comes with it.
    You should try setting your bios to "Power on after Power Fail" and that will should get around your issue of having to have a switch to start the computer (even though your M4 is supposed to do this).
    lol
    The USB dongle is a Blue Tooth transeiver...

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    Yep it is, but it's permanently locked to always pair with the dinovo, don't know if there is a hack to get it to operate like a normal bluetooth radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox_Mulder View Post
    Yep it is, but it's permanently locked to always pair with the dinovo, don't know if there is a hack to get it to operate like a normal bluetooth radio.
    Ahhhh....

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    edited posting because it was written to hastily.

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    I followed this exactly, when I did, the capacitor at the connector instantly burned up. I can not get my M4 to turn on at all.

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    Funny - it worked fine for me. You sure you didn't hook something up wrong?
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