Intel® Quick Resume Technology Driver (QRTD) allows the Intel® Viiv™ technology-based∇
PC to behave like a consumer electronic device with instant on/off (after initial boot, when activated) capability.
Intel QRTD manages this behavior through the Quick Resume mode function on the Intel Viiv technology-based PC. Quick Resume mode is when the video output stops sending data to the display, the sound is muted, and the LED indicates a lowered power state on the monitor.
Key features of Intel QRTD are:
Tasks that do not require user input, such as streaming, scheduled television program recording, and downloading can continue in the background.
- Places the Intel Viiv technology-based PC in Quick Resume mode by pressing the power button on the PC or remote control (after initial boot, when activated).
- Returns the Intel Viiv technology-based PC from Quick Resume mode by moving the mouse, pressing an on/off key on the keyboard (if available), or pressing the sleep button on the remote control (after initial boot, when activated).
- In Quick Resume mode, the:
- Video output is stopped (Note: some monitors may display "no input" when in Quick Resume mode)
- Sound is muted
- Monitor LED indicates a lowered power state
- Power continues to the vital components on the system (processor, fans, etc…)
Warning: DO NOT open the computer chassis when it is in Quick Resume mode. Opening the chassis and installing or removing any hardware in this state can cause hardware damage.
∇ Verified services will vary, and content restrictions may apply. Wireless and network performance varies with specific hardware and software configurations, usage, and environmental interference. Use a wired connection for improved performance with video and other media. May require TV tuner card and/or remote which may be sold separately. Instant on/off feature works after initial boot, when activated.
| Windows XP Media Center Edition*
This applies to: