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How to enable hibernation.

Posted By : Chris of Data Doctors on February 20, 2006

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I did a search on hybernation and the only question in there was not complete in it's answer.

I had problems with my laptop so my husband wiped out the hard drive and reinstalled windows for me. He could not find the original disc to reinstall the Windows XP that came on my computer and so he installed Windows XP Pro instead. Now, my computer will not hybernate and so the hard drive runs periodically even when closed. How can I get it to hybernate like it should? Thanks for any help in advance! Debbie

This question was answered on February 20, 2006. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

It is disabled by default.

Right click on the desktop>>Properties>>screensaver tab>>Power button>>Hibernate tab>>check "Enable hibernation"

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Posted by Chris of Data Doctors on February 20, 2006

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