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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by justineneal25, Aug 14, 2009.
tnx for the answer...
No problem at all. I presume you have read what the hibernate facility is for, and what you will be without? Fwiw. If you do not know, this is how you turn it off: 1. Open a Elevated Command Prompt. (Run as Administrator) 2. To Enable Hibernate - A) In the elevated command prompt, type powercfg -h on and press Enter. (See screenshot below) hibernate-enable-disable-enable.jpg B) Now set your Power Plan settings to the recommended settings for Hibernate C) Go to step 4. 3. To Disable Hibernate - A) In the elevated command prompt, type powercfg -h off and press Enter. hibernate-enable-disable-disable.jpg 4. Close the elevated command prompt.