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Re: filmscanners: Matrox and Monitor standby

I am really not knowledgeable about this and think some others suggestions
showed more experience with computers in general.  My only other
suggestions, probably useless, would be to change the "Turn off monitor"
setting to "Never", and/or check the MS Knowledge Base (which you've no
doubt already done).



----- Original Message -----
From: "Colin Maddock" <cmaddock@clear.net.nz>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2001 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Matrox and Monitor standby

| Maris wrote:
| >Try the following settings in the from your Control Panel:
| >Display - Screen Saver - Settings (at the bottom re Energy saving
| features) - Power schemes "Always On"
| >System standby "Never"
| >Turn off monitor:  After [your choice - any time you want for your
| Those are the exact settings I had Maris. The system is supposed to stay
on, but only the monitor go off. However the "monitor off" setting also
hangs the computer itself.
| Checked the Bios, and "PM control by APM" is selected, so the power
management is handed to the OS, presumably.
| As with Rob's computer, the SCSI card and the video card are on the same
IRQ, if that is a factor. Windows is reluctant to allow a change to this!
| Nothing relevant in the Matrox FAQ's, as far as I could see, so perhaps a
direct query to them might help.
|  Thanks to everyone for the suggestions.
| Colin Maddock


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