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PC donot turn off automatically

Posted on 2002-05-01
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I am using windows 2000 server as OS , and ATX cabinet ,
while I am shutting down the system if it is windows 98 it will automatically turn off the power
  but in the case of windows 2000 server it will not ...
what is the problem here is it hardware related or OS installation problem
 
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by:pjknibbs
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It's probably a BIOS issue. Windows 2000 uses the ACPI interface for handling power management, including the auto power-off on shutdown, and if you have an old BIOS it might not be fully ACPI compliant. You could try upgrading the BIOS to whatever the latest version is for your motherboard, but that's not something I'd risk if this is a critical server, especially considering the problem is a minor one.
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infoserver earned 200 total points
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Its nothing but the feature of windows 2000 server, to prevent accident turn off of the system , if you press the power button for 3 to 5 second it will turn off .
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by:yasinmon
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thank you its all working
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