|07 Sep 2012||#31|
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Maybe I can "reuse" this post for my doubt
I just installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits, and I cant make the hibernate mode work fine. This works for Ubuntu 12.04 64 bits (installed in the same computer) and used to work for Windows 7 32 bits that was installed before
When I say "working fine" I say that is not correctly going to S4 mode. Monitor goes off, but I can clearly hear hard disc working. When I used to do this in Windows 7 32bits, the computer completely went off, saved state in memory, seemed to be totally off. No sounds at all :-)
Whats worse, the system wont go this state if I have, lets say, opened not saved file (pending to be saved or discarded)
I would like to get this capability back
Just if it helps, this is my powercfg -a output:
The following sleep states are available on this system: Standby ( S1 S3 ) Hiber
nate Hybrid Sleep
The following sleep states are not available on this system:
The system firmware does not support this standby state.
I also, turned off Hybrid sleep mode
Please start a new post...
Update your specs and use the sf diag tool to upload all the files
then PM me .... and i will have a look
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