|18 Aug 2013||#2|
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From your motherboard details you have an Intel desktop, hibernate or sleep is not
needed for a desktop PC. It runs on an external power source and not on the battery.
So you can disable it without worry
To disable hibernate and sleep:
Hibernate - Enable or Disable
Let us know any outcome.
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