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X1 Carbon Dropping Wi-Fi AFTER Hibernation

Q: X1 Carbon Dropping Wi-Fi AFTER Hibernation

Hi - I have a Carbon X1 that's the generation before thge current one (not sure what that one was called). I have an issue where its dropping Wi-Fi AFTER Hibernation. So it shows as "Connected" and having a strong signal, however it shows "No Internet Access". The only way to resolve this has been to reboot the computer. This is a new issue. Not sure if there was an update or not that may be causing this but it's never happened before. Also, and if this helps, I've been getting Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection profile notices whereas I've not been getting them prior to this issue. I think it's a setting to correct it but I'm not sure where to look or what to change.

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My ThinkPad X1 Carbon keep dropping the WiFi randomly. I have another compurter, HP. This kind of situation never occur to my HP. So I am sure this problem does not relate to my router. This problem is so annoying...  Do you have any idea to solve it?Thank you so much!











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A:X1 Carbon Keep dropping WiFi

I assume Intel 7260 wifi adapter is installed into your Lenovo laptop. If that's true wait new wifi driver.Also disable power saving option for this card, there is a chance it's a reason of your issue.

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Hi!Since my X1 20BS has automaticly updated to 19.40.0 on March 24, 2017, my wifi is dropping connection for 10-15 sec every 10 sec. I have turned energy managment for network adapter to maximum performance. But this doesn't has fixed the problem.I am using now the former driver and it seems to work, but for me this isn't a solution. Any ideas to fix the problem?  Greets  Bo

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I've had this problem for a long time. When I put my computer in hibernation, sometimes when I wake it, it hangs at the user select screen, or it just shows a black screen. Sometimes I can reset the computer after it has hanged, and try again resuming from hibernation, and many times it will work after a couple of tries. Other times after resetting I won't get the prompt to try again with resuming (the other option is to delete hibernation data and reboot the system) but I will get the usual screen that says that Windows was not shut down correctly (with all the options for safe mode, etc). If I cannot resume and I get the screen with safe mode and all the other crap, I finally log in I get a notice that there was a critical error, in the details I see BlueScreen and other data, but I actually never get a blue screen. In the dump folder, there are no dmp files related to the hibernation hanging.

Anyway, when it happens, I see several Event 18 WHEA-Logger in the event viewer, about 6 of them every time.

What's weird though, is that I literally have NO problems with this computer other than this. The only times it hangs is when I resume it from hibernation. I can play games or run stress tests with or without overclock and the system is 100% stable. But there is some problem that prevents it from resuming from hibernation correctly, so every time I use it is basically a gamble because it has like 50% chance of working.

PLEASE, help me fix this problem. I tried EV... Read more

A:Hibernation works randomly, WHEA Logger Event 18 when hibernation fails.

Nobody knows anything about this problem? Any way to troubleshoot it?

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I used the 1st gen X1 Carbon for a while and found out that it's very robust and the touch feeling is very good. I guessed that all sides (A+B+C+D) of it are made by carbon fiber. Correct me if I'm wrong. But when I use my X1 Yoga 1st gen, which has only carbon fiber on A side (the cover behind screen) and uses "Super Magnesium" on C+D sides (the cover around keyboard and behind the keyboard), this design bring several problems: 1. " Super Magnesium" is still metal, if you crash it by accident, you may leave a scrath on it permanently, this happens more on edges;2. what's more, the paint at the edge of " Super Magnesium" will be rubbed away with time goes on, and you will see the white metal not the ThinkPad black;3. metal will suffer from deformation by force;4. the D side of my X1 yoga feels loose when you hold it with one hand, which make you feel cheap of this $1500 machine. Thus I hope the next gen of X1 Yoga or X1 Carbon can provide a pure carbon fiber version, for better build quality and user experience. How do you guys think about it?

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I used the 1st gen X1 Carbon for a while and found out that it's very robust and the touch feeling is very good. I guessed that all sides (A+B+C+D) of it are made by carbon fiber. Correct me if I'm wrong. But when I use my X1 Yoga 1st gen, which has only carbon fiber on A side (the cover behind screen) and uses "Super Magnesium" on C+D sides (the cover around keyboard and behind the keyboard), this design bring several problems: 1. " Super Magnesium" is still metal, if you crash it by accident, you may leave a scrath on it permanently, this happens more on edges;2. what's more, the paint at the edge of " Super Magnesium" will be rubbed away with time goes on, and you will see the white metal not the ThinkPad black;3. metal will suffer from deformation by force;4. the D side of my X1 yoga feels loose when you hold it with one hand, which make you feel cheap of this $1500 machine. Thus I hope the next gen of X1 Yoga or X1 Carbon can provide a pure carbon fiber version, for better build quality and user experience. How do you guys think about it?

A:Pure carbon fiber for X1 Yoga and X1 Carbon?

HelloThe small carrections about the case materials, according to the laptop specs.x1c gen1Display cover: Carbon Fiber;Bottom: Magnesium/Aluminumx1 yoga gen1Carbon-Fiber HybridSo, IMO the question isn't material itself related only, but the case parts painting quality.

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Hey, I recently bought a brand new Tune-Up Utilities 2012 software.I disabled hibernation file using tune up utilities. That time I don't use hibernation function. But now I realized how hibernation is a better option then shutdown. So I renabled hibernation file again using tune-up, as you can see in the screenshot. But now when I hibernate, the computer locks with a blank screen instead of hibernation. Also the file 'hiberfil.sys' is in C:/ folder. What to do now, how to renable hibernation?

A:Cannot renable hibernation. Hibernation not working.

Manually enable it in your power scheme I would suggest.

C/panel > Power Options > Plan (choice) > Change Plan Settings > Change Advanced Power Settings > Sleep (options)

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I have encountered this a few times and I thought of collating past experiences of other users on their successful attempt to restore the eco friendly hibernation feature. I personally favour hibernate than sleep as sleep slowly bleeds your battery away.

I just installed a 512GB M4 Crucial SSD into my laptop.

For my case, it happens when I tried to resize the C: partition to a smaller size using a third party software called minitool partition wizard. Windows native disk management somehow restricts the minimum size for C even though I have like 80GBs of free space. After successfully resizing it using partition wizard, i lost hibernation feature.

After searching the internet for solutions, many suggested powercfg cmd but this didnt work for me. I have also tried other recommendations and those didnt work too.

Since hibernation needs to store the OS states and apps into a file before shutting down, I suspected the pagefile.sys got corrupted due to the resizing and did a chkdsk with fix. It found some errors and fixed it. After a successful chkdsk fix, I got back hibernation feature! I also recommend to leave the vritual memory to system managed as I read from other posts that hibernate needs about 4GB of pagefile to hibernate.

Hope this helps others who have similar problems. On the hand if you have successfully restore your hibernation feature, please post your experience here. Thanks!

A:Hibernation issues with Win 7 - no hibernation but goes to login scr

How do I do that? Do I use a the command prompt?

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Been going back and forth and can't seem to find a screen that can replace my Thinkpad x1 carbon 3460 1f4 screen. Have found one for the 3448. Don't know if they use the same screen and pins?  See photo for description of the replacement screen I'm looking at.  













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A:Can the Thinkpad x1 carbon 3448 laptop screen replace a Thinkpad x1 carbon 3460 1f4

The 3448 and 3460 machines use the same panels, hinges, lid, cables, etc.

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Only third day of my new Gen4 X1 Carbon.  Sound works fine .. then there is screechy sound from the earbuds that were plugged into audio.  Now no sound, no matter what I do.  I do have on site support but what do all of you think?

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Hello all,
I hope this is the correct place where to post my little but annoying problem. I searched already but couldn't find any answer to my question: every time I resume my system from hibernation it resumes, it displays the desktop for a couple of seconds and then goes in hibernation status again. It is not a big problem because it starts within a minute and a half anyway, but it starts being annoying. Basically I have to resume it twice, like the first resume goes bang.
I do not have clue of when this started, I switch on the pc straight after waking up and sometimes I am too sleepy to remember if I resumed it or if I was still dreaming about doing it
Definitely the problem persists since the last month or two.

Any idea, please?

Win 7 Ultimate X64

A:Hibernation after Resuming from Hibernation ?

Could you live with a System Restore, assuming you have one that goes back a "month or two"?

I can only think that if you have Hybrid Sleep enabled, try turning that off (advanced power options).

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 HiI own a X1 Carbon Gen 2 thinkpad and wonder if it is possible to replace the current keyboard with a X1 Carbon gen 3 keyboard (with proper mouse buttons), or if it will not fit?I have tried to check the manuals and the connectors seems similar although some things, such as the fingerprint reader, seems different. I have no problem "loosing" the adaptive keyboard and fingerprint reader if I can have all the functionality of the keyboard and trackpoint on the new "keyboard" (i.e. the gen 3 frontpanel).

A:X1 Carbon Gen 3 Keyboard on X1 Carbon Gen 2

I am interested in this exact topic as well. Looks like the Gen 3 keyboards lack the adaptive keyboard - that clear stripe on the top that changes. The FRU for these X1 Carbons seem to be the whole keyboard, adaptive part, trackpad and bezel - they go for 150 USD or so. Problem is we don't know if it will work given the model year differences. A nice alternative would be just to replace the trackpoint. They came close with this one, but it is no macbook in terms of tactile feel of the pad. I really am having a hard time with it and it's been about a month.  Lenovo please help!

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Hoping that somebody could enlighten me here...once in a while, my computer goes into hibernation/sleep mode (I think). What I mean is that, my comp is still on (like in sleep mode) but I can't wake it up (ie. moving mouse, keyboard frozen, monitor off). I have to do a hard shut down. I doesn't do it all the time. Checked settings and hibernation is 'off'. Did spyware, adware, and virus checks - all ok. Disk error check, defrag, etc. - all ok. Comp is < 1 year old. Any ideas? Thanks.
 

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Under the Hibernate tab in the Power Options dialogue box there is a message that reads "Free disk space 30,241 MB/Disk space required to hibernate: 1,024 MB" But when I try to put it in Hibernate mode, I get an error message (balloon) on the system tray informing me of a windows error, that I don't have enough resources to hibernate. I hibernate Adobe Photoshop, and whatever image I happen to be working on at the time. However, my images are usually quite small in file size. Please advise.
 

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I am unable to put my laptop into hibernation.

Im using XP Pro with SP2.

Is this normal? Can someone tell me how to get it to hibernate.

Thanks in advance.
JMody

A:No hibernation in pro?

This is not normal, you should be able to set this to hibernate.

Check your settings in the Power Option Properties, what are they set at?

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hello guys.
what is hibernation? is it safe to turn off? what are the benefits of using it?

please help I'm trying to turn it off because it use disk space on my drive.

A:what is hibernation?

Hi here are a couple of links to answer your question.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...02march25.mspx
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...hibernate.mspx

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Hi,

I am having a increasingly regular problem with my computer coming out of hibernation.

I rarely turn my computer off & some mornings when I go to wake my computer up from hibernation it simply freezes on a black screen - I then have to power down. When I restart after leaving it off for 10 secs it firstly tries to resume windows which invariably fails. I power down again & sometimes it will start ok, sometimes I have to do a startup repair (I've had to do this 4 or 5 times now) as it won't get past the 'starting windows' window

I thought this may have something to do with the video driver (I can't remember why) so I got the latest version off the net but this doesn't seem to have helped.

Any help with this appreciated! I know I can just turn hibernation off but I don't see why I should need to do this.....
 

A:can't come out of hibernation

Possible solutions:
- your operating system settings could possibly have hibernation wake-up set for the following: moving the mouse, pressing a key on your keyboard, or possible pressing your power button (not your power bar or your computer's power supply switch) = try all three
- disable hibernation, reboot computer, re-enable hibernation (it's one of windows idiosyncrasies - not really, I guess)
- disable hibernation and use sleep mode or stand-by

Info: Hibernation takes a snapshot of your computer and saves it into your computer's storage disk (HDD/SDD) and turns your computer off.
 

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why on 1 of my machines, when i set it to hibernate after 45 min it will hibernate, but then keeps starting and hibernating and keeps on. Will not stay on hibernate, while my other machine does. This one has sp2, but i don't think that would matter. Any clues?
 

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I put my computer in hibernation so it would shut down while I went to work.
I now turn my computer on but if I don't use it for only one minute it goes into hibernation.
How do I shut hibernation off? I don't want to use it any more.
 

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Go to Control panel... Display properties... Screen Saver... Monitor Power...
Hibernate.
 

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how can i wake my laptop from hibernation as i cannot click anywhere & i also tried pressing power button but it is not working. what to do? please help

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Hi @rashmi_daduriya?,Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues, with help from the community!I came across your post about the Notebook, and wanted to assist you! I have looked into your issue about your  HP Pavilion 15-ab219TX Notebook and it having startup issues.  Try performing a hard reset.When performing a hard reset please note remove any and all USB devices. Disconnect all non-essential devices.Here is a link to computer won't start for Windows.Plug the power adapter directly into a different wall outlet. Do not plug it into a power strip, surge protector, or secondary power source as this could cause and issue.Please let me know how this goes.You can say thanks for trying to help by clicking the Thumbs Up below!.Thanks.

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XPpro/Sp2 fully updated and 4 GB PC3200 RAM and a mass of programs

I have a problem with Hibernation which always comes up with "Insufficient Resources exist to complete the AP!"

On Help and Support, the advice is to install KB900095, but on futher investigation I have found that KB909095 has been replaced by KB931784.

I had a multiplicity of problems with KB909095 so I would be pleased to hear from someone who has used ths hotfix and, whether or not, Hibernate then works properly?
 

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xp will not go into hibernate mode. Where do I configure this aspect? Thankx in advance
 

A:Hibernation

Welcome to TSG!
Control Panel | Power Options Hibernate tab, check the box to enable hibernation.

HTH

Jerry
 

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I am told that when shutting down Windows (XP) if I press the SHIFT KEY the "stand-by" button changes to HIBERNATION.

Evidently the benefit is that re-booting (to wake up from hibernation) is faster than it is after a regular shut-down.

Are there any disadvantages to using the hibernation feature to shut down?

StanC
 

A:Hibernation

The only real disadvantages are that however much RAM you have in your machine is "reserved" on your hard drive for the hibernate file. This is in addition to your swap file. So if you have 2gb RAM, you are losing 2gb on your hard drive, just for the hibernate file. The other disadvantage is that the hibernate file can become corrupted, but Windows will allow you to "boot normally" if that ever happens.
 

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When bringing my computer out of Hibernation, IE does not work. I get a "Cannot Find Server" error. If I restart my computer, it fixes it.

I always used to use Hibernate, and never had this problem before I formatted my HD.

Outlook normally works though, but it has also been known to stop working (It tells me it cannot find the mail server). Again, this returns to normal after a restart.

Does anyone know the cause?

A:CFS After Hibernation

Can you define your internet connection for us? Router in use? (etc....)

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Good day!,
I just bought a new, LENOVO A600, but after aday of using it, It does not work.. NO display on the screen, just pure black, but there is still power in the CPU.. It seems it is in standby mode.. what must I do to fix this... please help
 

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I recently got a computer with vista on it, and I was updating a game and left the house, came back and the computer was in hibernation mode which stopped the update because it wasnt getting internet anymore, how do I stop it from doing this?

A:Going into hibernation

In order to turn off hibernation completely, follow these commands:

1) Click Start, and then type cmd in the Start Search box.
2) In the search results list, right-click Command Prompt or Cmd, and then click Run as Administrator on the pop up contextual menu.
3) If you are prompted by User Account Control for permission, click Continue.
4) At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
powercfg.exe -h off

Type exit, press enter, then you should be all set!

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I put my computer in hibernation so it would shut down while I went to work.
I now turn my computer on but if I don't use it for only one minute it goes into hibernation.
How do I shut hibernation off? I don't want to use it any more.
 

A:hibernation

Go to Control panel... Display properties... Screen Saver... Monitor Power...
Hibernate.
 

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ok, I've recently started putting my computer into hibernaton after I am through using it, mainly because it uses less power and it comes back up quicker....However, sometimes, it will come out of hibernation on its own. Why would it do that, does it have anything to do with the power options possibly?

A:Hibernation

You are not knocking the desk and the mouse moves? otherwise I would not know...

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XPpro/Sp2 fully updated and 4 GB PC3200 RAM

I have a problem with Hibernation which always comes up with "Insufficient Resources exist to complete the AP!"

On Help and Support, the advice is to install KB900095, but on futher investigation I have found that KB909095 has been replaced by KB931784.

I had a multiplicityof problems with KB909095 so I would be pleased to hear from someone who has used this new hotfix and, whether or not, Hibernate then works properly?

A:Hibernation

Hi d.arbib !

The hibernation process copies the whole content of the ram on the hard drive. Your problem could very well come from the fact that XP won't be able to address correctly more than 3GB of ram.

And, believe me, you don't need 4GB of ram with XP. Even 2GB is overkill and I would only go for 3GB if you were in some pictures/video/3D editing softwares that could sometimes use that much. If you don't then you won't see any (any !) difference if you only use 2GB of ram.

So turn the computer off, unplug the power cable, open the case and remove some ram sticks so that you leave only 2GB (always touch a metal part of the case before handling internal components). Refer to your motherboard manual to see how to remove ram sticks if you're unsure and to check which slots you'll have to use for a two-sticks layout (I suppose these are 4x1GB ?). Keep the remaining sticks in a safe place for when you'll want to upgrade to Vista.

Could you also tell us about your motherboard and ram sticks brands and models ?

You'll also need to make sure there's enough free space on your system partition (usually the c: drive). How much free space do you see when you right-click the drive and go to properties ?

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Hi All,

I regularly hibernate my pc and it usually goes to sleep quite quickly. However sometimes it gets to the 'Preparing to hibernate' blue screen and sits there indefinitely. The only way out is to push and hold the Power Switch. When I re-start it, all is well and hibernation takes but a few seconds ('till next time).

Any suggestions, please?

Rob.

A:Hibernation

Hello:

Have a read - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907477

Basically, when something DID work and now it DOESN'T, something YOU did has changed the system.

So, what have you added (software or hardware) that preceded this?

Does it happen in Safe Mode? If not, turn off 1/2 the startups in MSconfig and see if it clears up.
No joy? Turn the other half off and reenable the first half.

What then?

Remove new hardware (cables too). etc

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I run Vista and when i leave my computer on it seems to take forever to reboot. annoying to be exact. Last night i had turned my computer off and shut it down and the screen took an hour to return to proper view. is this hibernation or a screen issue?
it is an acer screen.
Thanks
 

A:Hibernation

Shimma said:


I run Vista and when i leave my computer on it seems to take forever to reboot. Last night i had turned my computer off and shut it down and the screen took an hour to return to proper view. is this hibernation or a screen issue?....
Click to expand...
Not quite sure what you are saying. Do you mean come out of hibernation? Or do do you mean that if you leave your computer on for a while, and when you go to reboot it (actual reboot, *not* bring it out of hibernation mode), it takes a while to reboot?

Did you actually shut down your computer or restart it? If you did shut it down, what do you mean by "proper view?" 'Cause on my screen, when I shut down my computer, it's just...black. Unless that's what you mean by "proper view."

Can you please be a little more detailed? It would help a lot!

Mollie
 

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Is it safe and/or advisable to leave my desktop in hibernation mode at night?

A:Hibernation

It won't hurt your computer if that is what you are asking. Just make sure you do restart it properly occasionally (once every week or so) so that the Windows Updates that require restarts in order to be installed work.

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when i wake the pc from hibernation i get black screen with mouse arrow. Nothing works i can move the mouse but that's it, i have to hard boot it to make it come up again. This only started yesterday and doesn't happen all the time when i wake up the pc from hibernation.

thanks

A:xp os/ hibernation

What service pack are you running?

Make sure that all your Windows updates are up to date.

**Please note: You will need a Windows XP CD for this exercise**

Insert a Windows XP CD into your CD/DVD drive.
Restart your computer.
It should now be booting off your Windows XP disc.
If it doesn't boot off the CD. Follow the steps below:
Change boot order in BIOSWhen your computer is starting up tap the Del key and until you enter the Bios, when in Bios click on Boot order and change it to : CD/DVD
Hard Drive (HDD)
Floppy

Then save and exit Bios (Your computer should now be restarting)

While it is booting off the disk you should get a prompt to Press R to enter recovery Console, Press R.

Press 1 to log onto Windows then press Enter. You will need the administrative password to get into to command prompt. If the administrator password was blank press enter.

Type into the command prompt : chkdsk /r and press Enter. When the Disc Check is complete type in Exit and press enter. Remove the Windows XP CD.

Windows should start up normally now.

Please post back with any concerns or problems.

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Hey all,

I have the hibernation option disabled on my laptop (Dell XPS 12), and I've also disabled the rapid start technology that uses hibernation. Even when turning those features off, I noticed there was still an 8 GB hibernation file sitting on my hard drive; upon doing some research, I discovered typing "powercfg -h off" on the command prompt would ensure that file was removed, and it did indeed work.

So I thought everything was fine except the other day I left the laptop running while on battery, playing music. Even though in the power settings it is set to hibernate the laptop when the battery gets low (critical battery action is set to "hibernate," and critical battery level says 5%) it did not--it actually ran the battery until it died, without hibernating. Is this expected behaviour when hibernation is turned completely off? I had assumed even with hibernation disabled, it would still resort to that when the battery reached critical level.
Thanks.

A:hibernation

Hello. "powercfg.exe -h off" deletes the file hiberfil.sys
Usually when hibernation is disabled systems default to shut down.
Have you rechecked your power options since disabling hibernation?
When disabled, options to hibernate are removed. If disabled, the system will not create hiberfil.sys

Hibernate - Enable or Disable - Windows 7 Help Forums

You can run "powercfg.exe -h on" to re-enable hibernation.
Is there an option to shut down when the battery gets low?

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I run Windows xp sp2, I often use hibernation option, recently I am unable to do this. When I go into power options in the control panel the hibernation tab is missing, also in the turn off computer options in the start menu the standby tab is greyed out. Has anybody experienced this problem and found a way to resolve it?
 

A:Hibernation

Solution No 1:

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555569/en-us)
How To Put the System into hibernation or Standby from Run menu
To put the system in to hibernation:

1]Make sure that the system is hibernation enabled. To confirm that, Click the Start button, go to Run menu and type in Powercfg.cpl and click OK. In the Power Options Propertiesclick Hibernate tab and make sure that Enable hibernation option is checked. Click OK/Apply.

2]Now Click the Start button, go to Run menu and type in %windir%\System32\rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState and click OK.
Solution No 2:

After you click Turn off computer, hold down the SHIFT key to make the Stand by button change to Hibernate.
 

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my computer continues to go into hibernation when i start it up it has a quickplayer on it and sometime it takes me several minutes to log on into my dektop
 

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i am doing what it says to do when i want to put the comp into hibernation but it starts off to go into hibernation and then goes back to where it started.os xp in the past it has gone into hibernation without any issues.Is anybody able to help me please?
 

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I have vista and am wondering how to totally get rid of the hibernation function?

A:Hibernation

Click on "Start" and type "cmd" into the Search box. Right click on "cmd" program on the top of the list and select "Run As Administrator". Click "Continue" in the UAC prompt window. When the shell comes up, type:

powercfg -h off

And then press enter.

Silly me, look here too:

Hibernation - Enable or Disable

S-

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Every time you open an program or window in my wife's computer it immediately goes into hibernation mode. You can then go back into window/program out of hibernation, but then it immedaietly returns to hibernation. This goes on seemingly forever.

Any suggestions?
 

A:Immediate Hibernation

Have you disabled hibernation?
 

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I hate when my computer goes into hibernation when im trying to use a program such as Mirc, or scanning for viruses. How do i turn off the hibernation? (when my screen burns black and my system shuts down sort of) one time i ran bearshare in the background and it didnt hibernate, but it always does if i dont have that program up. Any ideas?
 

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XPpro/SP2.

I cannot always Hibernate unless I first Standby, re-open and then Hibernate which then is OK.

Any idea why and is there a solution?

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I have a similar problem. I have a Toshiba Tecra M5, I used to have Hibernate and Standby. I no longer do. No Hibernate tab, no enable hibernate check box, nothing. One day my computer "hung up" while shutting down so I did a "hard" shutdown. After that my power options for Standby and Hibernate were gone. My bios is an ACPI but doesn't have a feature to enable nor disable it. I've tried updating the bios, no effect. I've contacted Toshiba and their solution was to reload the OS. I 'd rather not.
The "shift key" trick during the shutdown menu is a moot point because there isn't a standby option there either. I've looked in the Power config panel and there aren't any settings to restore these features. If I go to the cmd window and type "powercfg /query" it tells me that S1, S2, S3, and hibernate sleep states are not available on this machine. The confusing thing is they used to be.

I had a similar problem with a Compaq N610 laptop that I had a couple of years ago. Suddenly the advanced power features just vanished. Never solved that one either. I believe this to be a OS issue. I'm try to figure out if there are registry settings that were eliminated by the OS after the hang up but I can't find any solid info.

I know there are many others out there, with and without Toshiba machines, having this same problem because there are tons of web hits on the subject but there aren't any solid solutions for those in my situa... Read more

A:No hibernation in pro?

If you right click on the desktop > Properties > Screen Saver > Power > Select Hiberate tab on top right corner > check box to enable hibernation.



Evan

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Hello,
Last nite I used xp's system tools disk clean up.After the program ran a need to reboot message appeared.I rebooted and something like going into hibernation message appeared.Laptop shut down and would not start back up.Pressed power button numerous times with no effect.This was a dell inspiron probably three yrs old and my friend failed to bring her power supply so it was on battery power.Question...could battery have been so low that it would not boot when power button was pressed or maybe something else is going on here.Thank's for any help on this problem.

A:Hibernation

I don't think the disk clean up utility could possibly have nuked the entire machine. Even if it had ruined the partition (and in fact, even if the hard drive were physically damaged or missing), the machine would still turn on to show some sort of error message.

My guess is that the machine was running out of power while the utility was running, and the automatic hibernate/shutdown routine happened right before it would have restarted from the prompt.

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Is it safe 2 hibernate the computer instead of shutting it down always. Are there any demrits of hibernating excluding the extra use of harddisk space plz advice.
 

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My hibernation option has gone
Only sleep is available

Fact: it was there before! I used to use it all the time!!

I've googled and it seems as though you can turn it on if it gets turned off, as mentioned here:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;929658#MoreInformation

I followed the instructions, opened command promt as admin and ran the "powercfg /hibernation on"
No joy

I did have problems with the laptop coming back on for when the lid is closed
I set the power options for it to hibernate if the lid was closed
Before it was on sleep
BUT: it still used to come on

The only solution I found was that if I hibernated + waited a few seconds before closing the lid, then this worked OK

ALSO: I had a few nightmares after installing rubbish Acronis OS Selector - wasted about 3 days getting my system back - that's another story - I thought I would mention - not sure if this is relevant

I did the powercfg /a option and got the following:
C:\Windows\system32>powercfg /a
The following sleep states are available on this system: Standby ( S3 ) Hibernat
e Hybrid Sleep
The following sleep states are not available on this system:
Standby (S1)
The system firmware does not support this standby state.
Standby (S2)
The system firmware does not support this standby state.
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I'm not 100% sure what the above means

Any help would be great

Thanks
OM
 

A:Where's my hibernation gone?

It usually indicates that either the display drivers or the chipset drivers are missing or need to be updated.
 

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