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Thread: does the ITPS power supply fully shut down power to the PC?

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    does the ITPS power supply fully shut down power to the PC?

    At present my car battery is draining while the car is statoinary, even with the PC off. I guess the wake on lan is draining the battery.

    What I was wonder is if the ITPS fully cuts power to the PC? or does it leave power going to the wake on lan stuff?

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    It will shut the machine down or go into hibernate mode depending on how you have the pc setup in display properties. I have mine going into hibernate mode and haven't had any draining battery issues. If you have your wake on lan enabled, thats probably draining some juice.

    James

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    cheers for the speedy reply.

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    also does it cut power to the screen if connected to it? The reason I ask is my screen is also in stand by mode and It's drain the battery.

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