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disabling ISA card and Power consumption

Posted on 2004-04-10
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If ISA cards are just disabled from Control Panel, do they still consume power?
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by:compfixer101
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i really dono but y do you want to know
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Callandor earned 50 total points
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Sure - the software driver may be disabled, but the hardware still be using up electricity.
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by:Callandor
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simala,

Did you get an answer to your question?  Is there a reason for the C grade, which is the lowest grade you can give?
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Sorry for the delay, modulo. I agree to change to grade to a "B". I remember the power consumption of PCMCIA card can be set off from GUI. But maybe not for ISA.
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