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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Tutorials' started by msfanboy98, May 12, 2011.
open up command prompt (cmd) and type this in to disable hibernate powercfg –h off
If you're doing more than one PC, like if you're a PC tech, or an IT Manager, then you can put that command into a batch file. Here's the batch file: @Echo off cls Rem: this program will disable Hibernation in windows 7. powercfg -h off Echo: Reboot. Then check for presence of Hiberfil.sys file in root directory. pause If it's your own batch file and you're going to use it more than once, you can leave out the last two lines. I have this batch file on my Utilities CD and I use it often. Cheers mates! Old Timer