Hibernation Problem

Hibernation

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#1
I have a SSD with Windows 10 installed.
I need of Hibernation function very much;
And all time which I do Hibernation, and the PC turn off, to back for work, crashes.
The session is lost.

I use UEFI of Asus.

Just complementing The problem that I previously said, I have installed Windows 10 on the SSD, and an HD were installed the same way, by UEFI mode. When I hibernate by Windows 10 HD, everything normal, but when by Windows SSD happens fail when returning to work after hibernating. Perhaps there is some relationship between the SSD and the motherboard settings, something related to energy.
 


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#2
Motherboard Asus Z97M-PLUS/BR

Windows 10 Pro;

GTX 770 2GB;


12 GB RAM 1600 Mhz;

CPU Quad Core 3.5 Ghz;

HDD 1 TB 7200 Rpm;

SSD 240 GB - Read: Maximum 450 MB/s | Write: Maximum 400 MB/s;
 


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MikeHawthorne

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Hi

You can turn Hibernation on and off through the Administrator Command Window.

Open window, type....

powercfg.exe /hibernate on

or

powercfg.exe /hibernate off

I tried running it a few days ago and my computer wouldn't shut down completely (the activity light on my computer wouldn't go off) unless I pushed the on off button, so I turned it off again.

It didn't have any effect on boot speed, my computer only takes about 30 seconds any way.

But you can try doing it both ways to see if it helps your problem.

Mike
 


#4
Hi

You can turn Hibernation on and off through the Administrator Command Window.

Open window, type....

powercfg.exe /hibernate on

or

powercfg.exe /hibernate off

I tried running it a few days ago and my computer wouldn't shut down completely (the activity light on my computer wouldn't go off) unless I pushed the on off button, so I turned it off again.

It didn't have any effect on boot speed, my computer only takes about 30 seconds any way.

But you can try doing it both ways to see if it helps your problem.

Mike
Thank you! I will try.
 


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