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    Cool, but why does this matter when coming out of hibernation only takes a few seconds, too?

    I do see the value in the SSD, though!! But ouch on the $$.

    -BD

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    Here's the ultimate SSD right now:

    http://www.king-cart.com/cgi-bin/car...ct_match=exact

    Or you can go with something more reasonable:

    http://www.king-cart.com/cgi-bin/car...ct_match=exact

    or if you are using nLite and only need 1GB:

    http://www.king-cart.com/cgi-bin/car...ct_match=exact
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrunDog View Post
    Cool, but why does this matter when coming out of hibernation only takes a few seconds, too?

    I do see the value in the SSD, though!! But ouch on the $$.

    -BD
    Staying in hibernation takes power. I usually turn the computer completely off. Regardless, this demonstrates the speed of the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tavenger5 View Post
    Staying in hibernation takes power. I usually turn the computer completely off. Regardless, this demonstrates the speed of the system.
    Not true. In XP: Standby takes power, hibernation does not. You can hibernate indefinitely. In Vista: Sleep is a combination - if the power stays alive, so does the memory. If not, no problem, the memory is written to the disk, and that is read on power up.

    -BD

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrunDog View Post
    Not true. In XP: Standby takes power, hibernation does not. You can hibernate indefinitely. In Vista: Sleep is a combination - if the power stays alive, so does the memory. If not, no problem, the memory is written to the disk, and that is read on power up.

    -BD
    oops, right, I was thinking standby.

    I have to do some more tests on the thing. I want to make it so StreetDeck is loaded automatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrunDog View Post
    Not true. In XP: Standby takes power, hibernation does not. You can hibernate indefinitely. In Vista: Sleep is a combination - if the power stays alive, so does the memory. If not, no problem, the memory is written to the disk, and that is read on power up.

    -BD
    In the difference between off(S5) and hibernate(S4) there is a small draw of power. I know it's not much, but I do think 'indefinately' is a very slight overstatement.

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    Someone buy me one
    2003 Nissan Xterra Worklog

    Total amount spent so far: $1196.64

    You will probably spend AT LEAST 2x what you initially budget for your CarPC Project!

    2003 Nissan Xterra - Modifications

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    Quote Originally Posted by tavenger5 View Post
    No, using a full version. What do you do to strip it down exactly?
    Take a look at 'nlite'. The image I use is only 200mb compared to a full windows cd and once installed use will use a fraction of the ram a full install will...
    I installed my carpc into my pet Kangaroo, mate.

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    ah sweet. thanks for the tip

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    but beware that you'll have your hands cuffed a lot of the time, as you try to use bits that you've stripped out. Just be careful what you strip I guess

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