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  • Win 7 and hibernate

    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but I have run into a problem thats driving me nuts.

    System:
    PCB: Intel Atom D945CLF2
    HD Intel SSD 60 GB
    Power supply:M2-ATX 160 Watt Intelligent Power Supply
    OS: Windows 7 SP1.

    I have the OS set to hibernate on power button being pressed. I have Hybrid Sleep ste off so that I'll have the good old fashined hibernate. It does shut down but on restart I get a black & white screen stating it shut down incorrectly.

    Before upgrading the system, it did indeed hibernate correctly. Now its not.

    Any ideas guys?
    1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
    Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

  • #2
    "before upgrading the system"

    Upgrading drivers, software, hardware, what?

    Did you perhaps upgrade hardware without reinstalling the OS?

    Have you tried doing it without any USB devices plugged in at all?
    "stop with the REINSTALLS, what do you think we got some lame-o installer!!!" - mitchjs
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    • #3
      I had the SSD (SATA) and the rest of the set up running a pre-release copy of Win 7 Ultimate.
      Now, (wanting to be legal), I loaded a good copy of Win 7 and transferred it to a new case. EWvery thing works ok except the sutdown to hibernate. Could it take longer to shut down than the PS is allowing?

      I removed the external drive, the wireless and the touch screens (2x lilliputs)
      Last edited by Juliemac; 02-13-2012, 07:49 PM.
      1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
      Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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      • #4
        Had a similar problem a long time ago. Due to installing a new os. I ended up fixing the problem by going into the bios and in the power menu i set System Suspend from "AUTO" to "S3". Maybe look into that.

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        • #5
          Great thanks!
          I'll check that out tonight when I get home.
          1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
          Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Juliemac View Post
            Could it take longer to shut down than the PS is allowing?
            Hibernate is almost instant in Win7. It's most likely that something is set wrong or you have a hardware issue that's hanging it up.

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            • #7
              Nope. I had that set already.
              I am trying to get the windows SDK so I can run xbootmgr.
              AARRGGHH
              1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
              Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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              • #8
                The hardware really hasnt changed, but I am finding that the SP1 might be causing a problem.
                Hope its an easy fix, It has to be in the car by April and the good weather comes!
                1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
                Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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                • #9
                  Ok if I run the command prompt and enter shutdown -h, it will shut down and resume correctly.
                  If I throw the power switch for the ATX power supply, it will shut down but reboot as resume does not function.

                  Any other ideas guys?
                  1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
                  Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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                  • #10
                    I tried this, but no help.
                    <web>
                    We have found that sometimes the BCD file may have issues.

                    You can try this to fix the BCD file.



                    1. Run CMD.EXE as administrator

                    2. Run the following command: bcdedit -enum all

                    Look for "Resume from Hibernate" in the output from the command above(example below):

                    Resume from Hibernate

                    ---------------------

                    identifier {3d8d3081-33ac-11dc-9a41-806e6f6e6963}

                    device partition=C:

                    path \Windows\system32\winresume.exe

                    description Windows Vista (TM) Enterprise (recovered)

                    inherit {resumeloadersettings}

                    filedevice partition=C:

                    filepath \hiberfil.sys

                    pae Yes

                    debugoptionenabled No

                    3. Once you have found it, copy the value for identifier (in this example - {3d8d3081-33ac-11dc-9a41-806e6f6e6963})

                    4. Run the following command: bcdedit /deletevalue {3d8d3081-33ac-11dc-9a41-806e6f6e6963} inherit

                    5. Test hibernation.

                    </web>
                    1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
                    Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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                    • #11
                      Got it. The hibernate on win7 sp1 is fairly long. Resetting the dip switch on the PS allowed the final cut off longer. I set from A (1 minute) to B and it sets correctlt.
                      Phew...

                      Thank you every one!
                      1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
                      Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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