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ChAoS Overlord 8th August 2002 22:42

"Standard PC" - Install = geen "geavanceerde" power management?
 
Ik heb dus mijn pc begin deze week geformateerd en voor de verandering heb ik op F5 geduwd bij het booten en gekozen voor "standard pc". Nu mis ik enkele opties zoals

- standby
- mooi afsluiten van windows als ik op de shutdown toets duw
- ...

Wat kan ik doen om al deze mooie (ACPI- (?) )functies te activeren zonder een volledige reinstall te moeten doen?

FYI: 't Is Win XP Pro

jmke 8th August 2002 22:51

Start -> Control Panel -> Power Options -> TAB APM -> Enable Advanced Power Management

Bosw8er 8th August 2002 22:54

Reboot
BIOS : check if you can enable APIC
Reboot
Hit F5 en choose MPS Uniprocessor

If you cannot enable APIC => hit F5 en choose ACPI

ChAoS Overlord 9th August 2002 08:22

Quote:

Originally posted by Bosw8er
Reboot
Hit F5 en choose MPS Uniprocessor

If you cannot enable APIC => hit F5 en choose ACPI

This works during a reboot? I thought it was only when installing a windows 2k/xp?

jmke 9th August 2002 08:51

You are right ChAos :)

Enabling/Disabling APIC has nothing to do with power management.. did you try the control panel yet?

Bosw8er 9th August 2002 08:54

Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
You are right ChAos :)

Enabling/Disabling APIC has nothing to do with power management.. did you try the control panel yet?

... but when using the MPS Uniprocessor the power manegement works like before.
APIC + MPS unip. = 128 IRQ's

first suggestion of JMke is easier .... of course

ChAoS Overlord 9th August 2002 09:10

Yes I tried with the APM thingy in control panel, but the power off button still doesn't shut down windows in a nice way.

This is what they told me on another forum:

add hardware - legacy apm installeren

en dan apm aanvinken

ChAoS Overlord 9th August 2002 09:17

Anyway, I don't want my IRQ's shared across all my components, I don't know the big difference between MPS and ACPI.

BTW: I have APIC 1.4, my mobo is a MSI KT3 ultra (KT-333 chipset)

ChAoS Overlord 9th August 2002 09:23

I tried your "reboot --> bios --> press F5"-thingy. When I do that I just go to a OS choice menu, where I can choose between safe mode and such or revert to a last known working config. I don't see anything with ACPI, or MPS.

I know the F5 thing works when Installing windows 2K/XP, but when it has been installed ????

Bosw8er 9th August 2002 10:03

Device manager -> Computer -> Properties (of standard PC in this case) -> Driver -> update or change -> show list -> choose ACPI or MPS or whatever

reboot

have drivers ready just in case


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