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No hibernate tab in Power Options.
How do I solve this?

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This problem that you are having...which system is it on???

OS: Mandriva 2007, Windows XP on PC, Windows XP on laptop.<<<???
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I recently purchased a Dell laptop with Windows XP Pro.
With 2ghz, 2g ram and 80g hd.
I've installed SP2 and SP3 along with AVG and other software.

Sorry for not being more specific.

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Hmmmm...Ok....Next,Go to my computer ---Control panel---Power options and look for the hibernation tab...Is it there or still ,missing???
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The Hibernate tab is not there.

Edited by dlw, 27 October 2008 - 09:29 PM.

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