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    just fyi - working great for me. just installed the trigger program and pointed it to the exe.

    Thanks for writing this!

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    Here is a program to auto-click the testmode warning on hibernate resume

    ** UPDATE: WITH THE 1.1.0 UPDATE PATCH, THEY MADE IT WHERE YOU ONLY HAVE TO CLICK THE BUTTON ONCE TO DISMISS THE DIALOG RATHER THAN TWICE LIKE IN THE PREVIOUS VERSION, THEREFORE I UPDATED THE FILES TO ONLY CLICK ONCE NOW :-) **

    Alright, well I made myself a fix for this, figured i would share it just in case someone else wants it..

    Basically i just made a little program that, when ran, will click the mouse in the area of the screen where the "yes" button is for the testmode confirmation dialog on resume from hibernation. This ones i made only works with 800x600 and 800x480 screen resolution.. i could easily make it work with others.

    To make it work you need 2 things.
    1. My Program
    -----> 800x600 http://www.minitruckinguy.com/testmo...600-1click.exe
    -----> 800x480 http://www.minitruckinguy.com/testmo...600-1click.exe
    2. Hibernate Trigger http://www.rpi.edu/~desimn/suspendtrigger/

    Just use hibernate trigger to run my .exe program each time the computer resumes and all should work out well. At least it does for me! Although, it did take a little playing with to get hibernatetrigger to work right for me.

    (BTW: I assume no responsibility for how you use this information / program or the outcome. Use at your own risk!)

    - Mike

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    very nice

    thats a very nice contribution, I imagine you can start splash screens, welcome
    and good-bye messages that way etc

    The questions at this point are as follows:
    1. how many instances of the trigger app can you run?
    2. does it work or can it be modified to work on "stand-by" rather than hibernate?
    3. could I put a "command line" in there to be able to shutdown usb devices before the power is cut off, and start them again on power up?

    thanks Mike!
    Testing Street Deck and Centrafuse on G4

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    Sweet!

    I haven't personally used this, but doesn't SD have capabilities to automatically run anything you place in the corresponding shortcuts folder? Or does that happen after the user dismissed the dialog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marchello2000 View Post
    I haven't personally used this, but doesn't SD have capabilities to automatically run anything you place in the corresponding shortcuts folder? Or does that happen after the user dismissed the dialog?
    You have to dismiss the dialog before you are even able to mute or lower the volume!
    Testing Street Deck and Centrafuse on G4

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiro View Post
    thats a very nice contribution, I imagine you can start splash screens, welcome
    and good-bye messages that way etc

    The questions at this point are as follows:
    1. how many instances of the trigger app can you run?
    2. does it work or can it be modified to work on "stand-by" rather than hibernate?
    3. could I put a "command line" in there to be able to shutdown usb devices before the power is cut off, and start them again on power up?

    thanks Mike!
    Its a real simple program, only about 4 lines of code that i wrote using a program called AutoIT http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/
    Its pretty simple if you know anything about programming, and if you want i can give you the source file for my trigger.
    I don't see why you couldn't run more than one instance of it.
    As for the usp cut on / off, you might want to check out devcon: http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;Q311272
    From what I hear, that can be used with hibernatetigger to reset and enable/disable usb devices on hibernate/resume.
    I believe the hibernatetrigger.exe program works on hibernate and standby, but i could be wrong. If it doesn't work on standby, i am sure there is some program out there that works on standby.
    - Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by marchello2000 View Post
    I haven't personally used this, but doesn't SD have capabilities to automatically run anything you place in the corresponding shortcuts folder? Or does that happen after the user dismissed the dialog?
    I am not sure, if you find out let me know.. would be a lot easier than using hibernate trigger if it worked.
    - Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepunkerguy View Post
    Its a real simple program, only about 4 lines of code that i wrote using a program called AutoIT http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/
    Its pretty simple if you know anything about programming, and if you want i can give you the source file for my trigger.
    I don't see why you couldn't run more than one instance of it.
    As for the usp cut on / off, you might want to check out devcon: http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;Q311272
    From what I hear, that can be used with hibernatetigger to reset and enable/disable usb devices on hibernate/resume.
    I believe the hibernatetrigger.exe program works on hibernate and standby, but i could be wrong. If it doesn't work on standby, i am sure there is some program out there that works on standby.
    - Mike
    Thanks Il give it a shot and see if it works on stand-by!
    Testing Street Deck and Centrafuse on G4

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepunkerguy View Post
    From what I hear, that can be used with hibernatetigger to reset and enable/disable usb devices on hibernate/resume.
    I think that the latest version of SD does already enable/disable USB devices on hibernate and resume...it's somewhere in the change log. I've had no more problems with my Griffin Powermate correctly initializing on resume since updating to the latest SD version.

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    ** Update: With The 1.1.0 Update Patch, They Made It Where You Only Have To Click The Button Once To Dismiss The Dialog Rather Than Twice Like In The Previous Version, Therefore I Updated The Files To Only Click Once Now :-) **

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