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    Epia M1000 and Hibernate

    Is it possible to enable hibernate using my epia M1000 board. I tried searching and yeilded nothing.
    I am running XP and it has no choice for shutdown options except to turn off. Just curious if I missed something while looking through the bios or if there is a jumper setting I need to set. Otherwise Im stumped.
    Im also using the m1-atx PSU
    Thanks in advance
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    Yes, you missed. Check "Enable hibernation support" in Power option control panel applet.

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    Hold the shift key while the mouse is on the standby button in the shutdown menu and standby will turn into hibernate and walaaa
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    be sure you've got the video drivers installed. Advanced power down options aren't available unless you've got them in the system.

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    Ok then that is my problem. I do not have the video drivers at all. I tried downloading them from the VIA website but it is not the right one they have there. Any ideas
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    Are you sure you downloaded the right ones?
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    Also, don't forget 4in1

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevieg
    Are you sure you downloaded the right ones?
    PRetty sure anyway, I have an epia m1000 board and that is the drivers I downloaded. After installing the VGA driver I get really poor display 4bit, and 640x480 res. OH **** This sucks. Anyway Im running XP pro. Any one have any ideas at all?
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    urm... google for the proper drivers?

    btw, it's m10000, not m1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silencery
    urm... google for the proper drivers?

    btw, it's m10000, not m1000.
    I have googled, that is how I downloaded them. I also used the disk that came with the motherboard. Same results. I have a real issue here, anyone
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