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Enabling hibernation after "unnecessary services, etc have been s

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So basically I've got a version of XP that was stripped of "Unnecessary" files and services so that it runs as fast as possible. [Note: I have a legal CD key].

However, when I try to enable hibernation, it still doesn't appear on the "turn off computer" menu, alongside turn off/restart/standby.

What services/files/settings do I need to change/add to make hibernation work?

Thanks in advance :)
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