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Old September 24th 03, 09:43 PM
Amiran
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Default How can I make motherboard to restart after power loss automatically?

I want to use a computer with AOpen AX59Pro motherboard as a server. It
means, that it has to run all the time. Unfortunately, after power loss it
will stay turned off, because it's ATX mainboard. How can I change it, and
make it to restart automatically after each power interrupt?
Of course it doesn't have 'Restart on Ac Power Loss' option in BIOS...
If not by software means then maybe I could achieve this by some hardware
trick? By changing jumpers, closing some cables, etc... It's very important
for me, thanks very much for response.

thanks a lot
Amiran

PS. I'll paste below part of documentation concerning Power Management
feats. Maybe somebody will find something that I couldn't?









3-15
Power Management a Power Management
Power Management
Max Saving
Mix Saving
User Defined
Disabled
This function allows you to set the default parameters
of power-saving modes. Set to Disable to turn off
power management function. Set to User Defined to
choose your own parameters.
Mode Doze Standby Suspend HDD Power Down
Min Saving 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour 15 min
Max Saving 1 min 1 min 1 min 1 min

Power Management a PM Controlled by APM
PM Controlled by
APM
Yes
No
If "Max Saving" is selected, you can turn on this item,
transfer power management control to APM
(Advanced Power Management) and enhance power
saving function. For example, stop CPU internal
clock.


Power Management a Video Off Option
Video Off Option
Always On
All Modes a Off
Suspend a Off
Susp, Standby a Off
To turn off video monitor at which power down mode.

Power Management a Power Button Override
Power Button
Override
Enabled
Disabled
This is a specification of ACPI and supported by
hardware. When Enabled, the soft power switch on
the front panel can be used to control power On,
Suspend and Off. If the switch is pressed less than 4
sec during power On, the system will go into Suspend
mode. If the switch is pressed longer than 4 sec, the
system will be turned Off. The default setting is
Disabled, soft power switch is only used to control On
and Off, there is no need to press 4 sec, and there is
no Suspend.

Power Management a HDD Power Down
HDD Power Down
Disabled
1 Min
......
15 Min
This option lets you specify the IDE HDD idle time
before the device enters the power down state. This
item is independent from the power states previously
described in this section (Standby and Suspend).

Power Management a Doze Mode
Doze Mode
Disabled
1 Min
2 Min
4 Min
8 Min
12 Min
20 Min
30 Min
40 Min
1 Hour
This item lets you set the period of time after which
the system enters into Doze mode. In this mode, the
CPU clock slows down. The ratio is specified in the
"Throttle Duty Cycle". Any activity detected returns
the system to full power. The system activity (or
event) is detected by monitoring the IRQ signals.
Power Management a Suspend Mode
Suspend Mode
Disabled
1 Min
2 Min
4 Min
8 Min
12 Min
20 Min
30 Min
40 Min
1 Hour
This item lets you set the period of time after which
the system enters into Suspend mode. The Suspend
mode can be Power On Suspend or Suspend to Hard
Drive, selected by "Suspend Mode Option".


Power Management a VGA
Power Management a LPT & COM
Power Management a HDD & FDD
Power Management a DMA/Master
COM Ports Activity
ON
OFF
To enable or disable the detection of COM port, LPT,
HDD, VGA , and DMA activities for power down state
transition.

Power Management a Modem Wake Up
Modem Wake Up
Disabled
Enabled
This motherboard implements AOpen special circuit
to detect modem ring signal and wakeup from soft
power off. The most possible applications are
automatic answering machine and fax send/receive.
It does not like traditional green PC suspend mode,
the system can be true power off, (identified by the
fan of your power supply is off). You can use external
box modem or AOpen MP56/F56 internal modem
card for modem ring-on, but MP56/F56 is
recommended, since MP56/F56 has special circuit to
cooperate with this mainboard and the modem power
and system power can be off together.
Power Management a RTC Wake Up Timer
RTC Wake Up Timer
Enabled
Disabled
This option lets you enable or disable the RTC Wake
Up function.

Power Management a WakeUp Date (of Month)
WakeUp Date (of
Month)
0
1
......
31
This item is displayed when you enable the RTC
Wake Up Timer option. Here you can specify what
date you want to wake up the system. For Example,
setting to 15 will wake up the system on the 15th day
of every month.
Note: Setting this item to 0 will wake up the
system on the specified time (which can be
set in the WakeUp Time item) every day.
Power Management a WakeUp Time (hh:mm:ss)
WakeUp Time
(hh:mm:ss)
hh:mm:ss
This item is displayed when you enable the RTC
Wake Up Timer option. Here you can specify what
time you want to wake up the system.
AWARD BIOS

Power Management a Primary INTR
Primary
ON
OFF
This item is used to enable or disable the detection
of IRQ3-15 or NMI interrupt events for power down
state transition. Normally, this is applied to network
card.

Power Management a IRQ [3-15]
IRQ [3-15],NMI
Primary
Secondary
Disabled
Select Primary or Disabed option to enable or
disable the detection of specified IRQ. If the
Secondary option was selected, the system will wake
up for 2ms after detecting the interrupt, and then
return to power down status.




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Old September 24th 03, 11:35 PM
El Jerid
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"Amiran" wrote in message
...
I want to use a computer with AOpen AX59Pro motherboard as a server. It
means, that it has to run all the time. Unfortunately, after power loss it
will stay turned off, because it's ATX mainboard. How can I change it, and
make it to restart automatically after each power interrupt?
Of course it doesn't have 'Restart on Ac Power Loss' option in BIOS...
If not by software means then maybe I could achieve this by some hardware
trick? By changing jumpers, closing some cables, etc... It's very

important
for me, thanks very much for response.

thanks a lot
Amiran

PS. I'll paste below part of documentation concerning Power Management
feats. Maybe somebody will find something that I couldn't?

If you want to use the PC as a server, I would recommand the purchase of an
UPS. No need to worry anymore about power loss, and in most cases, the power
supply will be regulated. PC's like it.







3-15
Power Management a Power Management
Power Management
Max Saving
Mix Saving
User Defined
Disabled
This function allows you to set the default parameters
of power-saving modes. Set to Disable to turn off
power management function. Set to User Defined to
choose your own parameters.
Mode Doze Standby Suspend HDD Power Down
Min Saving 1 hour 1 hour 1 hour 15 min
Max Saving 1 min 1 min 1 min 1 min

Power Management a PM Controlled by APM
PM Controlled by
APM
Yes
No
If "Max Saving" is selected, you can turn on this item,
transfer power management control to APM
(Advanced Power Management) and enhance power
saving function. For example, stop CPU internal
clock.


Power Management a Video Off Option
Video Off Option
Always On
All Modes a Off
Suspend a Off
Susp, Standby a Off
To turn off video monitor at which power down mode.

Power Management a Power Button Override
Power Button
Override
Enabled
Disabled
This is a specification of ACPI and supported by
hardware. When Enabled, the soft power switch on
the front panel can be used to control power On,
Suspend and Off. If the switch is pressed less than 4
sec during power On, the system will go into Suspend
mode. If the switch is pressed longer than 4 sec, the
system will be turned Off. The default setting is
Disabled, soft power switch is only used to control On
and Off, there is no need to press 4 sec, and there is
no Suspend.

Power Management a HDD Power Down
HDD Power Down
Disabled
1 Min
.....
15 Min
This option lets you specify the IDE HDD idle time
before the device enters the power down state. This
item is independent from the power states previously
described in this section (Standby and Suspend).

Power Management a Doze Mode
Doze Mode
Disabled
1 Min
2 Min
4 Min
8 Min
12 Min
20 Min
30 Min
40 Min
1 Hour
This item lets you set the period of time after which
the system enters into Doze mode. In this mode, the
CPU clock slows down. The ratio is specified in the
"Throttle Duty Cycle". Any activity detected returns
the system to full power. The system activity (or
event) is detected by monitoring the IRQ signals.
Power Management a Suspend Mode
Suspend Mode
Disabled
1 Min
2 Min
4 Min
8 Min
12 Min
20 Min
30 Min
40 Min
1 Hour
This item lets you set the period of time after which
the system enters into Suspend mode. The Suspend
mode can be Power On Suspend or Suspend to Hard
Drive, selected by "Suspend Mode Option".


Power Management a VGA
Power Management a LPT & COM
Power Management a HDD & FDD
Power Management a DMA/Master
COM Ports Activity
ON
OFF
To enable or disable the detection of COM port, LPT,
HDD, VGA , and DMA activities for power down state
transition.

Power Management a Modem Wake Up
Modem Wake Up
Disabled
Enabled
This motherboard implements AOpen special circuit
to detect modem ring signal and wakeup from soft
power off. The most possible applications are
automatic answering machine and fax send/receive.
It does not like traditional green PC suspend mode,
the system can be true power off, (identified by the
fan of your power supply is off). You can use external
box modem or AOpen MP56/F56 internal modem
card for modem ring-on, but MP56/F56 is
recommended, since MP56/F56 has special circuit to
cooperate with this mainboard and the modem power
and system power can be off together.
Power Management a RTC Wake Up Timer
RTC Wake Up Timer
Enabled
Disabled
This option lets you enable or disable the RTC Wake
Up function.

Power Management a WakeUp Date (of Month)
WakeUp Date (of
Month)
0
1
.....
31
This item is displayed when you enable the RTC
Wake Up Timer option. Here you can specify what
date you want to wake up the system. For Example,
setting to 15 will wake up the system on the 15th day
of every month.
Note: Setting this item to 0 will wake up the
system on the specified time (which can be
set in the WakeUp Time item) every day.
Power Management a WakeUp Time (hh:mm:ss)
WakeUp Time
(hh:mm:ss)
hh:mm:ss
This item is displayed when you enable the RTC
Wake Up Timer option. Here you can specify what
time you want to wake up the system.
AWARD BIOS

Power Management a Primary INTR
Primary
ON
OFF
This item is used to enable or disable the detection
of IRQ3-15 or NMI interrupt events for power down
state transition. Normally, this is applied to network
card.

Power Management a IRQ [3-15]
IRQ [3-15],NMI
Primary
Secondary
Disabled
Select Primary or Disabed option to enable or
disable the detection of specified IRQ. If the
Secondary option was selected, the system will wake
up for 2ms after detecting the interrupt, and then
return to power down status.






 




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