In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
>Fischer, Oliver wrote:
>> You are right. My PC supports this via BIOS too. The
>> disadvantage is, that the bios handle it. I like W2K's
>> feature to do it ACPI based (?). This gives my the freedom
>> to suspend my W2K to disk and to reboot with FBSD. Later I
>> reboot again and choose W2K and it restores it previous
>> state. If the bios does it, it restores always the last
>> suspended OS.
>AFAIR, the Win2k-Suspend2Disk is not ACPI-based.

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