30 Min Off Delay, M2-ATX? post 6 for the jumper question
Just ordered M2-ATX and going trough the manual now. In the section covering the timing jumpers there are 7 options, but jumper "D" is never used. Is this used for any other function?
And what happens if I turn my car back on while PC is still shutting down? Or if I turn off my car while PC is still booting?
Thanks! That was exactly what I was hoping for!Originally Posted by v8 scimitar
darque, if the pc is shut down at any stage, but using a readonly CF install. does it matter in any way? I'm guessing not.
i intend to run my carptuer this way eventually.
Yes, that's my goal too! Not having too wait for the system to shut down every timeOriginally Posted by sama
I had HORM running on my harddrive just to have fast shut down time, but I turned it off again because I had some complications about not beeing able to write to D: either. But I'm going to do a new try when I get money too buy a 1GB CF card
Anyway Darque, I don't think you understood me. Because I wasn't talking about cutting the power to my carputer while windows was booting. I was talking about turning off my engine so the M2-ATX looses it's signal on the IGN input. And then the M2-ATX want's to shut down my PC by "pushing the acpi power button" but the PC dosent get that signal because it's still booting and then if M2-ATX is set to do a HARDOFF afterlets say 45sec then that will cut the power to the PC.
But I'm going to go for the 1hour/1hous 15min sequence that v8 scimitar pointed me too so that's not going to be a problem no more.