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I have had hibernation enabled before on my computer and it has worked fine. After blowing my computer out and reinstalling the same Windows Xp however, it has stopped working, I recieve the error message A device attached to the system is not working. I have checked in my bios and my power setttings have not been altered prior to my blowout. What could my problem be?
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what do you mean blowout ??
without much info, id assume your monitor is plug-and-play.
right click my computer > properties > hardware tab > device manager.
right click the active monitor under the monitors sections, and remove/uninstall it.
let it load back up.
just to cover your tracks more, visit your monitors make website and download/install any drivers for it, if available.

then test your hibernation.
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