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win98: how reboot more faster and turn off automatic?


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  • 4 weeks later...

Mercury: lets go back.. i'm restarting again... everything.

when i execute the 'WINOFF16.EXE' the windows will reboot(not the computer... just the windows).... i download it from 1st post.

like i said, we are restarting. so what you can tell me more?

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1) u need place fdapm AND winexit.bat into windir;

2) winoff16 - it for win3x ONLY. for win9x use patched win.com;

3) acpioff work ONLY IF system was installed in NON-ACPI mode, ie with "/p i" switch;

4) if all three prev steps done - system must turn off when select Shut down here

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1) u need place fdapm AND winexit.bat into windir;

 i just did(windows folder)... then i turn off, but the computer don't down :(

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the 'winexit.bat' can turn off the pc... but i miss something.. i need change the name 'fdapm' to 'win' or somethind?

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i knew that i forgot something.. so i read all posts and i re-read:

"- extract WINEXIT.BAT, FDAPM.COM, WIN.ENG to WINDIR,
- rename WIN.ENG to WIN.COM with replace,"

i did and shutdown the computer.. and then turn off automatic.

Mercury127 it's normal take some time for turn off?

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Hallelujah!
i properly understand, that NOW acpioff WORK for u? :D

14 hours ago, Joaquim said:

it's normal take some time for turn off?

yes, fdapm wait up to 8 seconds for writing DOS caches and stopping HDD motors.

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