Has anyone come up with a way to turn the display backlight Off/On in the V5 I/O without letting it go into standby? Reason I ask is that when the I/O goes into standby, it looses it's USB network connection. It's being used in a home theater invironment for control of the A/V systems and the display backlight is rather annoying. Guess I could put in a hardware switch to turn the BL off but would prefer a soft-switch if anyone has any ideas? It's running W98 SED w/LinkSys USB NIC.
? i just set the windows screen saver monitor off xxx time thing. works fine for me and doesnt go into stand by mode. heh i'v scard my self a few times with it becuse i'll be downloading something at my friends place using a t1, and have the screen set to turn off. hehe totaly for get about it, but it scars me due to the little fact that i'v got an amd clocked at 525mhz. makes me think OH NO it craped out. hehe
the drivers i'm using are from the microsoft update page thing. its at the very bottem of the list.
if you can get your IO to just have the back light turn off you may need to turn off your APM control in the bios. and just set it in the windows screen saver area where you can set the system to stand by, sleep, monitor off hard drive off ect..
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