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Auto power on

daka

New Member
Hello,

This has been alluded to on a number of threads but I can't find instructions anywhere.

Is it possible to set up the gn41 to turn on automatically after a power cut?

I have updated the bios according to these instructions:

..but there is no option in the bios to turn on automatically.

Any help much appreciated, thank you.
daka
 

Huang

Administrator
Can you tell me the SN code of your device? Or you can take a photo of the BIOS page.
 

sogawa-sps

New Member
Hi!

I have the same issue, please find a photo of my BIOS screen below.

bios 1.jpg

I've played with settings on this screen but it doesn't seem to be related to auto-start on power failure.

bios 2.jpg
 

Huang

Administrator
Hi!

I have the same issue, please find a photo of my BIOS screen below.

View attachment 87

I've played with settings on this screen but it doesn't seem to be related to auto-start on power failure.

View attachment 88
Yes, this device does not support modification in the BIOS to automatically power it up. Instead, you can modify the hardware connection to achieve automatic power-on. If you need to download the operation documentation at this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/lcaje4x27zjlj8m/GN41_change_auto_power_on.docx/file
 

sogawa-sps

New Member
Wow! Haven't seen a jumper configuration on consumer motherboards for... I don't know... probably couple of decades :). Just curious why it's so?

Thank you for the detailed manual!
 

Huang

Administrator
Wow! Haven't seen a jumper configuration on consumer motherboards for... I don't know... probably couple of decades :). Just curious why it's so?

Thank you for the detailed manual!
Because this product didn't have this feature at the beginning, there are many customers who need this feature in the later stages. So it will do this.
 
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