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Behavior when booting after power failure, using Windows 10

JD4
Beginner
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Hi,

I don't have a stick yet, but I'm considering buying it.

I have some question, I hope someone can help.

I need the "stick" to be turn and off automatically when power is connected/disconnected.

I've read on a thread here that is possible by setting the BIOS:

There is a setting called "Power State". It has the choice between "Always ON"...

(source: /thread/78145 https://communities.intel.com/thread/78145 )

So my question is, when booting after power failure -

What is the OS behavior when using Windows 10 -

Does it show any "REPAIR/SAFE mode" menu, etc ?

Is it the same as on standard PC, or it comes with some special settings or recovery that skips all these screens ?

Thanks for your help

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello John:

 

 

If the option on the BIOS for the power state is: "Always On", then after a power failure the stick will boot to windows automatically, you will not get the "repair/safe mode" menu.

 

 

Alberto

 

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello John:

 

 

If the option on the BIOS for the power state is: "Always On", then after a power failure the stick will boot to windows automatically, you will not get the "repair/safe mode" menu.

 

 

Alberto

 

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