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Does anyone have any idea how to control Power Management with Java? I want to be able to Turn off the moniter and also turn it back on.
Thanks,
Kevin
 
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Well, you are going to have to talk to the operating system to get that done. Something Java does not like to muddle in.
You will probably need to do it in C and then use some JNI to integrate it into your Java program.
Of course first you have to decide WHICH operating system that you are going to write it for and figure out how to manipulate it.
 
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