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Windows 7: Win 7 Hibernate


23 Mar 2009   #11

Windows Se7en Beta 7000
 
 

Goto Control Panal and Power Options
then press on Change Power Plan On right side and press on Change Advanced Power Settings and then change Power Buttons and lid To Hibernate and apply or ok

Power Plan Settings - Change

then when u press on the power button on the case
the windows will goto hibernate

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24 May 2009   #12

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mixxster View Post
I discovered that disabling "Hybrid sleep" on advanced power options will add hibernation to the shutdown menu.

On a side note: My computer can only hibernate once, after that, if it has already hibernated once before during the session, it goes into a strange state where the power is never turned off, but I can't return to windows.
How do I find "advanced power options" on Windows 7? I searched Control Panel and couldn't find them. Thanks.
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24 May 2009   #13

Windows 7 32bit RTM
 
 

click the start orb type advanced power option and click the first icon that appears
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24 May 2009   #14

windows 7
 
 

I enabled Hibernate on Windows 7. It works ... for a few seconds. When I hibernate the machine using either the menu or the power button it takes about 30 seconds to turn off, which is fine. Then after about another minute it turns back on and prompts for a login. And after that it stays on.

Has anyone else seen this? Any ideas how to fix it? Thanks.
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24 May 2009   #15

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mercurial View Post
click the start orb type advanced power option and click the first icon that appears
Doing that I found

Configure advanced user profile properties
View advanced system settings
Manage advanced sharing settings

But not power settings.
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24 May 2009   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Have you gone to device manager and selected properties for your network adapter and set the power options not to wake with this device?

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24 May 2009   #17

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post
Have you gone to device manager and selected properties for your network adapter and set the power options not to wake with this device?
Thanks, that seems to have worked. (I had a different network adapter.)
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14 Oct 2009   #18

Windows 7 x64
 
 
Hibernate - start up - hibernate again - no power off

Hi

On a side note: My computer can only hibernate once, after that, if it has already hibernated once before during the session, it goes into a strange state where the power is never turned off, but I can't return to windows.

This question/remark isn't answered and I have this issue. I have the hibernate button and the computer does never go automaticaly to hibernate state.
Powersettings network card are off:


My first hibernate shuts down fast, starts up after first hibernate is fast en everything works ok. Then I do a next hibernate and the computer does not shut down any more. I have to reset the computer and windows comes with the Safe Mode startup screen, where I select "Startup windows normaly", after that everything is working ok again.

What can I do, so I can do multiple hibernate's after each other, without a reboot?
Does anybody has a sollution for this? Thanks in advance.

Chillie
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04 Dec 2009   #19

Windows 7 86x
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mixxster View Post
I discovered that disabling "Hybrid sleep" on advanced power options will add hibernation to the shutdown menu.

On a side note: My computer can only hibernate once, after that, if it has already hibernated once before during the session, it goes into a strange state where the power is never turned off, but I can't return to windows.
thanks!that did my work!
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04 Dec 2009   #20

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by webchillie View Post
Hi

On a side note: My computer can only hibernate once, after that, if it has already hibernated once before during the session, it goes into a strange state where the power is never turned off, but I can't return to windows.

This question/remark isn't answered and I have this issue. I have the hibernate button and the computer does never go automaticaly to hibernate state.
Powersettings network card are off:


My first hibernate shuts down fast, starts up after first hibernate is fast en everything works ok. Then I do a next hibernate and the computer does not shut down any more. I have to reset the computer and windows comes with the Safe Mode startup screen, where I select "Startup windows normaly", after that everything is working ok again.

What can I do, so I can do multiple hibernate's after each other, without a reboot?
Does anybody has a sollution for this? Thanks in advance.

Chillie
Hibernate doesnt work if your C drive is with less space. I believe close 700MB or 1GB space is required for hibernate to work.
I have RC, and all the time use only the hibernate option. Every 2-3 days are whenever my lappy is slow in responding, wil restart it. Other than which, only hibernate. Also the hibernate is real quick in shuttin down and bootin up.
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