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    How to disable that warning message?

    I almost never turn off the carputer 'cause I use STR. Some times though if I am going to leave the car parked for long I just flip off the main power switch and disconnect the power to the PSU while the PC is still in STR mode. This doesn't give me any trouble and the computer starts again without any problems (no HDD scan for errors, or other messages) next time I reconnect power and press the ATX pwr switch.
    The problem is the following:
    Every 3 times I do this (disconnect power with PC in STR) WinME at start up shows a message saying that "the computer the last three times that went to stand by, didn't manage to recover" and asks me if I want to disable the StandBy feature? Y/N.
    Of course I do that in purpose (I am too lazy to recover the pc from STR just to shut it down again normaly and then disconnect the PSU) and I don't want to disable stand by, so i have to answer NO to that question every time. But since I am using MouseRemote and the drivers are not loaded yet by the time this message/question pops up, I have to go back at the trunk and take out the touch pad I have.
    You can tell , this is really annoying and ambaraced me already twice (bad luck- every third time I am never alone in the car) while I was showing off my setup to some friends :-)
    SO, is there any way to disable this window's warning message???

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    Re: How to disable that WinMe message?

    have a look at http://www.regedit.com/

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    No luck there...
    Any other suggestions?

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    look for a program called rtvreco.... it clicks 4 u

    btw, this proggie also works for getting rid of shareware nag screens, not that i would endorse this kind of behaviour, of coarse

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