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    Hibernation Issues

    Hi Guys,

    I seem to be having some hibernation issues. It is not consistently hibernating when I switch the ignition off.

    It will always hibernate when I manually do it throgh RR. Does this mean that my issue is not software related. Perhaps a problem with the Opus or a problem with the MB ??

    Any help be appreciated.. I don't want to do a total re-install only to find out that I had a loose wire or something !!

    Thanks,

    Matt

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    I asume you also have the opus 200w. I have the same, but using standby instead of hibernate. This give me a bootup time of 5 secs!!!
    You have to use a wire from your MB to the opus. This wire is the same as the wires to the front panel. This you have to configure in display properties, see screenshot.
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    but with standby, you are always drawing power off of the car battery, allbeit small, its still a larger drain than say an overhead light. its great if you are running into the store, but if you leave your car parked for a long time, no guarentee on it starting again.
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    Low battery shutdown voltage: 11 Volts 0.3V 22V 0.3V
    I never have problems (using it for 3 months now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKingPlaza
    I asume you also have the opus 200w. I have the same, but using standby instead of hibernate. This give me a bootup time of 5 secs!!!
    You have to use a wire from your MB to the opus. This wire is the same as the wires to the front panel. This you have to configure in display properties, see screenshot.
    Sorry, perhaps i didn't make myself clear..

    It was working fine...now it just doesn't seem to anymore. I have the Opus 150w

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKingPlaza
    I asume you also have the opus 200w. .

    When did this one come out then?

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