Hi again, and sorry for not replying on time...
I was on a trip these days, for an environmental study and out there -in the forest- there were no Internet
Originally Posted by sleddog
The option "Allow Windows to Power Off this device ..." is a power-saving feature for when Windows goes into standby mode or hibernation. It applies to only some devices, such as network cards.
That's exactly the point!
shouldn't the command halt -d -f -i -p -h in halt script of the /etc/init.d/ directory have shut down my network cards ? Well it doesn't
... but how do you think
windows controls the state of a device when the machine is
powered off? And how would it e.g. power off the network
card if it's connected to the PCI bus on a motherboard with
an ATX power supply?
I have no Idea!
Are you sure windows does what you seem to be saying
in your post?
Well, when I turn off my computer, my network devices also turned off, also every other device that supports this feature.