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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6 View Post
    that's the begining, but then you need to have a way to tell the carnetix that the pc is on, & you need to acess the pwr switch of the laptop, so the carnetix can start & shut it down...
    Other than soldering the power switch, how do you get the Carnetix to talk to the laptop? Do you have to open the laptop up and solder?
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    check the thread I linked in post 7... it explains the 2 things necissary... the power switch & the necissary circuit for telling the power supply when the pc is on...

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