How to Power ON/OFF your HTPC using a Remote? - Printable Version
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- Balinus - 2011-11-29 01:49
Yes, that bwould be the one. However, the ports are not disposed the same behind my A75M-ITX and the E350 counterpart. I'll take a picture tomorrww.
- eskro - 2011-11-29 02:24
- Balinus - 2011-11-29 02:32
Well, no need to take a picture when there's plenty on the web
http://www.rueducommerce.fr/Composants/Carte-Mere/Carte-Mere-Mini-ITX/ASROCK/4851387-Carte-mere-ASROCK-A75M-ITX-Chipset-AMD-A75-Socket-FM1.htm Picture at the bottom of the web page.
So, both USB ports on top of the red eSATA port works.
I can even start the PC with my RF Keyboard, or my mouse.
- eskro - 2011-11-29 02:42
ok guys, dont u both had the same mobo here??
now im confused O.O
- Balinus - 2011-11-29 04:21
eskro Wrote:ok guys, dont u both had the same mobo here??
pyrospwan and me has the same, while bluray has the Asrock E350.
- eskro - 2011-11-29 04:24
so for you BALINUS,
its this usb port?
i ask because, if u guys have the same mobo,
how come his looks like this
- pyrospawn - 2011-11-29 04:43
eskro Wrote:so for you BALINUS,
pyrospawn Wrote:Yes. I can indeed power on the htpc after performing shutdown from inside windows using the mediagate remote and its usb receiver. The usb port I used is the top USB 2.0 port in the rear (ASRock A75M-ITX FM1 MOBO). Looking at bluray pic on previous page, it would be the port above the red arrow.
yes Balinus and I have same mobo (A75M-ITX FM1). I was just pointing out to the port equivalent to mine on bluray's pic (Asrock E350). Sorry for the confusion. The I/O in the back is what you posted on last pic esko.
- voip-ninja - 2011-11-29 04:46
Does not work with the 5V ports on my ASRock H67MITX.
- eskro - 2011-11-29 04:55
oh ok, so i guess both USB2.0 ports work then,,,
Balinus uses bottom one and u use top one pyrospwan...
any of u could somehow take a pic of the BIOS feature to enable?
its good to keep this as reference!
- pyrospawn - 2011-11-29 05:19
I don't have anything to take nice screenshot of the bios handy. But there is a screenshot of the bios setup in the user manual on page 38. I have PS/2 Keyboard Power On ENABLE, and PCI Devices Power On ENABLE, which according to the manual allows to turn on the system from power-soft-off mode (S5) state)