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From: "PCS Electronics"
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Subject: Re: Urgent help needed to blank monitor
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Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 12:41:53 +0100
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A solution requiring no hardware modifications inside of the PC case
might be preferred. He could get the 5V from one of the ports.
Another solution would be to play a DTMF sound (if this PC has a sound card).
A simple DTMF decoder could than turn on the monitor.
You could even setup windows to play that particular DTMF (wav) upon bootup.
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"Mike Poulton" wrote in message news:Xns92BD2C9F86F81mpoultonmtptechcom@18.104.22.168...
> On 05 Nov 2002, "PCS Electronics"
> > Are the random states only limited to a short duration during reset?
> > He could set it up so that it requires a logical 1 for a period of,
> > say, 5 seconds?
> Yes, and the duration (and sometimes the states) is consistent each time
> it boots. I'm thinking it might be easier and just as effective to use
> a 555-timer configured as a one-shot to provide a delay equal to a bit
> more than the computer's boot time. Just trigger it from the +5V power
> to the mobo and have it operate a relay on the monitor's input power.
> Someone already suggested this, and I think it may be best.
> Mike Poulton
> MTP Technologies
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