Shutdown problems with XPe


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AS

Hi All,

I built an XPe image that seems to work fine except that it gives me
problems with shutdown.. When I try to shutdown it gives me the message
with "Windows is saving your settings" and then "Windows is shutting down",
but this prompt stays on almost forever without it actually shutting down...
If I try to restart the computer instead of shutdown, it works just fine..
My system config is - Transmeta Processor with RAM, flash and CF- no hard
disk or CD Rom. Also, I'm not using EWF as my application will not be doing
any major writes to the disk while running...

Any ideas,
Thanks,
Regards,
 
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Slobodan Brcin

Hi,

Ok, your app will not be doing major writes to CF, but what about XPe?

I don't know what can be the problem with infinite shutdown.

Regards,
Slobodan
 
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Sylvain Ekel

Hi,

if your Devices->Computer component is "Standad PC" I believe it's normal
behavior.


Slobodan Brcin said:
Hi,

Ok, your app will not be doing major writes to CF, but what about XPe?

I don't know what can be the problem with infinite shutdown.

Regards,
Slobodan
 
A

AS

Well in my case, the devices -> computer component is ACPI(Advanced
configuration and power interface).. Is this the default behavior for ACPI
also.??? Which component should I use to shutdown normally ??

Thanks,
Regards,
AS



Sylvain Ekel said:
Hi,

if your Devices->Computer component is "Standad PC" I believe it's normal
behavior.
 
K

KM

AS,

Check if your image has "NT Apm/Legacy Interface Node" component
(Hardware:Devices:NT Apm/Legacy Support). If it does not, add it and see if
it helps.

KM,
BSquare Corp.


A> Well in my case, the devices -> computer component is ACPI(Advanced
A> configuration and power interface).. Is this the default behavior
A> for ACPI also.??? Which component should I use to shutdown normally
A> ??

A> Thanks,
A> Regards,
A> AS
 
A

AS

Well the NT Apm component wasn't included.. But I'm still unable to shutdown
after adding this component...
Any other ideas...
Thanks,
Regards,
AS
 
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Slobodan Brcin

Try using API call NtShutdownSystem, or xpepm.exe util.

To see if your system can cut the power off.

Use google groups for more info on NtShutdownSystem.

Regards,
Slobodan
 

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