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Hibernation on desktops...


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mcdanielnc89

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I'm coming to my favorite go to place for computers for some answers, LOL..


Does Microsoft admit they have a hibernation bug in desktops that prevent the desktops from hibernating correctly. And do they plan on fixing this?
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There are no issues with hibernations in Windows.
Any hibernation issues that you have are typically either caused by your hardware, the drivers driving your hardware, something you've got plugged in or something that's running that's causing the system to wake up again. Windows can only hibernate in appropriate situations otherwise it will either not hibernate at all or wake up at random.
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Interesting, I was talking to the tech support the other night and they said it has a bug in it for desktops that they did not plan to fix..
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