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Windows 7: computers will enter hibernate by themselves

14 Jun 2016   #11
gwmax44907

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

ANSWER FOUND !!!

It is Windows 7 Ultimate. (x64)

The HP computer (I mentioned above) needed a fdisk & reformat.

Instead of installing Windows 7 Ultimate again, I installed Windows 7 Pro. (x64)

PC has been on for 2 days & no hibernation problem.
(after Power Options disabled)

Will fdisk & reformat the Acer PC after backing up my files.

I hope this information is helpful to other members inflicted with this problem.

I thank all members that responded to my request for assistance !!!


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14 Jun 2016   #12
bigmck

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gwmax44907 View Post
ANSWER FOUND !!!

It is Windows 7 Ultimate. (x64)

The HP computer (I mentioned above) needed a fdisk & reformat.

Instead of installing Windows 7 Ultimate again, I installed Windows 7 Pro. (x64)

PC has been on for 2 days & no hibernation problem.
(after Power Options disabled)

Will fdisk & reformat the Acer PC after backing up my files.

I hope this information is helpful to other members inflicted with this problem.

I thank all members that responded to my request for assistance !!!
That was an expensive way to solve your problem by buying another Win 7. I assume that is what you did since you would have to activate the new install.
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