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Resume on time:

Resume on Time allows you to boot up computer on a specific time. This function requires the support of your mainboard. Fortunately most mainboards support this function. You can set your CMOS to open the switch. There are mainly three kinds of CMOS: Awards, AMI and Phoenix .

Choose your CMOS type and know how to set it:

 

AMI
Awards
Phoenix

Caution: Incorrect CMOS settings can keep your computer from working correctly.
Note: Many computers display CMOS setting instructions while the computer boots. Pressing a key or a combination of keys before the Operating System begins to load will enter CMOS setting. Some common keys are Del, Ctrl-Del, ESC, F1, F2 or F10. For more information, check the documentation that came with your computer to find out how to set the CMOS.

AMI COMS Setup

Power on the computer, press < DEL > key to enter COMS Setup. The Main Menu will appear on the screen.



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Use arrow keys to move among the items, select the Power Management Features and press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu.



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Select the Set Wake Up Events and press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.



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Select Resume By Alarm , and set it to Enabled , the system will automatically resume (boot up) on a specific date/hour/minute/second specified in these fields.

Alarm Date: 01-31, Every Day
Alarm Hour: 00-23
Alarm Minute: 00-59
Alarm Second: 00-59

Note: After Enable this function, you must reboot the system until it enters the operating system and then power off the system. By doing so, the Resume By Alarm will come into effect next time when you power on the system.

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AWARD COMS Setup

Power on the computer, press < DEL > key to enter COMS Setup. The Main Menu will appear on the screen.



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Use arrow keys to move among the items, select the Power Management Setup and press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu.



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Select the PM Wake Up Events and press <Enter> and the following sub-menu appears.



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Select Resume By Alarm , and set it to Enabled , the system will automatically resume (boot up) on a specific date/hour/minute/second specified in these fields.

Month Alarm: You can choose which month the system will boot up.
Day of Month Alarm: You can choose which day of the preset month the system will boot up. Set to 0, to boot every day.
Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm: You can choose what hour, minute and second the system will boot up.

Note: After Enable this function, you must reboot the system until it enters the operating system and then power off the system. By doing so, the Resume By Alarm will come into effect next time when you power on the system.

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Phoenix COMS Setup

Power on the computer, press < F2 > key to enter COMS Setup. The Main Menu will appear on the screen.



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Use arrow keys to move among the items, select the Power to enter the Power menu.



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Select Resume On Time , and set it to Enabled , the system will automatically resume (boot up) on a specific time that you specified in the following fields.

Note: After Enable this function, you must reboot the system until it enters the operating system and then power off the system. By doing so, the Resume On Time will come into effect next time when you power on the system.

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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