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Post 2 made on Tuesday December 18, 2007 at 22:17
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August 2001
I have been working on this myself. I have come up with a work around for a discrete off code. You can create a batch file with this command in it "rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState Sleep", then assign a shortcut to it. In that shortcut you can set a keyboard command shortcut to it, (i.e. windows+S or something) to it. Then get the keyboard code (from the MS MCE keyboard) for that and use that as discrete off. This will work since if the system is already off, it will stay off.
I am still trying to figure out something for discrete on.


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