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biferi

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I have win7 64Bit and I run command prompt as ADMIN.

 

I type

powercfg /hibernate on

 

And I do not get any Error code it just moves the command line down after I hit enter.

 

So I eit and go to start menu and Hibernate is not onb the list.

 

How do I get this option to show up I think I had to Disable something?


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Have you tried this?

1 click on start Orb
2 to the right of the "shut down" button is a small downward pointing black triangle
3 Click on it
4 you should see "Hibernate" in the drop down menu.

If you prefer to make a batch file to achieve Hibernation then take a look here:
http://www.computerh...es/ch000321.htm
Regards
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biferi

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Hibernate is not in the list but Sleep is.

 

I remember I had to go into Power Managment and turn something off to get Hibernate to be in the list.

But I can not remember what it was I had to do before???


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See if this helps: How to Enable or Disable Hibernate in Windows 7 and Windows 8


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So sorry I foundout I had to disable Hybrid first.


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