Shineyguy wrote on Dec 4, 2012, 09:47: Because Wake-On-Keyboard or Wake-On-Mouse is a setting that has never been a part of Windows.. Not sure if there's the same for a controller, but I don't see how it couldn't be implemented.
Hmm? USB wake is supported in Windows, I do it with my HTPC all the time. Getting devices to wake from S3 is easist though, waking from S5(off) is essentially a power toggle and difficult without a physical power addin tab or IR hookup.
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