Command: pcisleep

  PCISLEEP shows information about your PCI/AGP devices, scans for
  devices of a given class, and activates energy-saving modes,
  including VGA suspend, for devices. Combine it with FDAPM


  PCISLEEP L(ist), S(leep), V(ga-sleep), Qnnnn


  L(ist)       Shows a verbose list of PCI/AGP devices. Look up vendor/
               device numbers on www.
               Example: OR:
  Qnnnn        Shows a numerical list of all devices of class n.
               N must have 2 or 4 digits: Qff and Qffff show a list
               of classes. Example: Q02 lists your network card(s).
               ERRORLEVEL is the number of found devices.
  S(leep)      Halts the CPU and puts (only) the D1/D2 sleep capable
               devices (see LIST output) into D1/D2 energy saving state.
               The monitor is put to (DPMS) sleep, too.
  V(ga-sleep)  Does S(leep) and suspends D3 capable VGA cards. The
               monitor is put to (DPMS) sleep, too.


  A PCI BIOS is required. Press a key to end V or S sleep.


  pcisleep L      Shows vendor ID
  pcisleep Qffff  Shows a list of vendor classes, e.g. 0300 VGA
  pcisleep Q03    Shows the ID of the graphics card.
  pcisleep S
  pcisleep V

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  Copyright © 2005 Eric Auer, help version 2023 W. Spiegl.

  This file is derived from the FreeDOS Spec Command HOWTO.
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