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    Okay ive done it before, I just want to enable it so it showes up on my winXP shut down menu instead or with stand by. I have selected it in control panel power management and all the drivers work so the computer is able to go into hibernation via the task manager but it will not show up on the shut down menu. What am i forgeting to enable/change to make it appear?

    Thanks
    -Luke
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  • #2
    on the shut down menu, hit the shift key
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    • #3
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      • #4
        Start > Control Panel > Display > Screen Saver tab > Power > Hibernate tab > Check 'Enable hibernation'
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        How about the Wiki?



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        • #5
          Yeah i have it enabled but the standard displayed is standby.

          The shift key works...thats incredible.

          Is there away to make hibernation standard displayed...or like on my laptop, display both at the same time?
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          • #6
            Or you can make a shortcut by creating a shortcut and entering this:

            rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll, SetSuspendState


            http://computerkid.blogspot.com/2005...ut-for-xp.html
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            • #7
              Originally posted by nkotch
              Or you can make a shortcut by creating a shortcut and entering this:

              rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll, SetSuspendState


              http://computerkid.blogspot.com/2005...ut-for-xp.html
              Thats cool...

              I can actually use this for MUCH more...ive needed a bit of code to integrate into some of my programs and this will work!

              Thanks.
              Brown 2010

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