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Windows 7: Hibernate problem


15 Oct 2010   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 
Hibernate problem

Hello all,

recently my Windows 7 x64 installation won't go into hibernation anymore.
After I click the button, the screen turns black but then instantly shows the logon screen.

I already checked the network adapter, tried disabling selective USB, didn't find any power related BIOS setting and I even went through the tutorial found at the forum vistax64. I also did not install any additional software.

Anyone knows what's going on?

Thanks


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17 Oct 2010   #2

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 

Anyone?
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17 Oct 2010   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
Anyone?
What does the event log say?
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17 Oct 2010   #4

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
Hello all,

recently my Windows 7 x64 installation won't go into hibernation anymore.
After I click the button, the screen turns black but then instantly shows the logon screen.

I already checked the network adapter, tried disabling selective USB, didn't find any power related BIOS setting and I even went through the tutorial found at the forum vistax64. I also did not install any additional software.

Anyone knows what's going on?

Thanks
Try going to device manager then properties on your network adapters and make sure that "Allow this device to wake the computer" is unchecked. If it's not, uncheck it then click apply and try hibernate again.
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17 Oct 2010   #5

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 

The only events that are related to activating hibernation by means of time occurrence are:

Quote:
SYSTEM LOG
  • Information 17/10/2010 14:46:23 Service Control Manager 7036 None (Application Experience-service stopped)
After one minute I touched the touchpad.
Quote:
SECURITY LOG
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4648 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4672 Special logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
Thanks
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17 Oct 2010   #6

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HannibalUK View Post
Try going to device manager then properties on your network adapters and make sure that "Allow this device to wake the computer" is unchecked. If it's not, uncheck it then click apply and try hibernate again.
See first post:
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
I already checked the network adapter, tried disabling selective USB, didn't find any power related BIOS setting and I even went through the tutorial found at the forum vistax64. I also did not install any additional software.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
17 Oct 2010   #7

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
The only events that are related to activating hibernation by means of time occurrence are:

Quote:
SYSTEM LOG
  • Information 17/10/2010 14:46:23 Service Control Manager 7036 None (Application Experience-service stopped)
After one minute I touched the touchpad.
Quote:
SECURITY LOG
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4648 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4672 Special logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
Thanks

Do you overclock??
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17 Oct 2010   #8

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
The only events that are related to activating hibernation by means of time occurrence are:

Quote:
SYSTEM LOG
  • Information 17/10/2010 14:46:23 Service Control Manager 7036 None (Application Experience-service stopped)
After one minute I touched the touchpad.
Quote:
SECURITY LOG
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4648 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4624 Logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4672 Special logon
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
  • Audit Success 17/10/2010 14:47:31 Microsoft Windows security auditing. 4634 Logoff
Thanks

Take a look at this see if it helps any

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17 Oct 2010   #9

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HannibalUK View Post
Do you overclock??
No.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HannibalUK View Post
It isn't related to hibernation.
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17 Oct 2010   #10

WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Propaganistas View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HannibalUK View Post
Do you overclock??
No.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HannibalUK View Post
It isn't related to hibernation.

Try updating the BIOS and drivers (video, audio, NIC, anti-virus...) to their latest respective versions. It's very probable that your symptom is caused by a problematic driver.
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