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Vitaliy the great

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i kind of have a silly question i hope it fits into this forum but i really cant find an answer for it any where else....i was wondering if there is a possible way to turn on a computer wirelessly with something very portable (so it could like fit on my keys)


any answers would be greatly appreciated :whistling:
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hhhmm... I don't know of any special receivers, however, if you want your computer to turn on at a certain time daily, that can be done.
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meh i have used that before not very satisfied...i always wath stuff on my bed from my computer and im always to lazy to get up and turn it off because im so sleepy, thats where i got the idea from "lazynes"
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so you don't want to get out of bed to turn off the computer, um.. kids these days

runbox command
- press keyboard buttons: winkey + r
- paste this: powercfg.cpl
- press: enter
make your choice as to which one and how long
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