V8, thanks for the info. Works perfectly for me.
Only problem I have now is that streetdeck throws an error on resume saying it cannot communicate with that com port. Streetdeck is trying to communicate with the com port before the usb device is activated again. But if I go back a few times to the navigation settings and hit save, it comes back to life. Much better than having to restart the computer, but annoying since i have to do it every time.
Just curious if others have ran into this, or what FrontEnds other people are using that don't experience this.
I have now tried this and have 2 concerns
1. Windows seems to take at least 4 times longer beginning to hibernate with Hibernate Trigger
2. Coming out of Hibernate, nothing works (hibernate trigger included) until something is moved, eg: moving the mouse or pressing on the keyboard - and then hibernate trigger kicks in, music plays etc. The issue with this is that my touchscreen needs to be enabled on trigger, and when no keyboard is plugged in.... theres nothing to press/push to activate things happening, everything just sits there in a form of frozen screen stasis.
Any help with this guys?
Disregard my concerns, works perfect now - ran a .dll fix for centrafuse and now it resumes without any user input (keyboard/mouse) etc.
Thanks so much for this FAQ!
Anyway the way I would fix this is to stop SD from starting the normal way via windows and start it with Hibernate trigger after your script has activated all the items. No idea how practical this is as I have never used SD and don't know how long it takes to load. If it takes a while your probably better off using full shutdown or put up with it throwing errors if you want to stick with SD. Maybe there is some way to supress the error message or do another script to do what your having to do manually in SD? Personally I use Road runner and either Sigic or freedrive and they work spot on everytime without having to shut them down and start them up.
will this work for standby instead of hibernate?
The sit says suspend or hibernate so I assume it will but haven't tried it to be honest.
What does sit mean? Anyone else try it with standby?
sorry typo should have said site