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Thread: Hibernation via PSU or SW?

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    Question Hibernation via PSU or SW?

    If i wanted my computer to go into hibernation, is this software controlled or does the power system control that.

    I am currently considering the DSATX or OPUS 150 with Windows XP

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ijwalla
    If i wanted my computer to go into hibernation, is this software controlled or does the power system control that.

    I am currently considering the DSATX or OPUS 150 with Windows XP

    Thanks,

    Controlled by XP, configured in the "DISPLAY PROPERTIES/SCREEN SAVER/POWER" or in your "CONTROL PANEL" from "START / SETTINGS / CONTROL PANEL / POWER"

    All the configuration there determins how your computer will react to battery power levels, plugged in or not status... etc. Hopefully this will lead you in the right direction... Peace

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    That procedure will inly be available if you've configured your BIOS properly for S1 power saving.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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