Quote: Originally Posted by riahc3
Quote: Originally Posted by tommyhstang
I had the same problem too. And I found the solution to my case. It was due to I use multi-boot and during the process setting up the multi-boot the active partition was changed.
I use the DISKPART command in Windows 7 to change the active patition back to the Windows 7 boot loader partition. The commands are:
1. Run Cmd
3. select disk 0
4. list partition (here you will see a small partition which is the boot loader, in my case it is partition 1)
5. select partition 1
That's it. Then I can do hibernate and funny enough my multi-boot is still working, even the active partition is the Windows 7 partition.
Hope this helps someone.
Can anyone confirm this?
I made an account here just to confirm and thank the original poster's suggestion.
I tried all of the things documented on the other links listed on this thread, and still no difference.
I dont dual-boot, so I wasnt going to try that above command sequence, but I tried anyways...
And it worked perfectly! Sleep and hibernate work flawless after. All problems solved.
As I dont dual-boot, I can only assume this was left over residual damage from a nasty virus stint I went through a couple months ago. Maybe not, just my best guess...
Definitely run those commands though!