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Thread: Automatically bypassing 'Delete restoration data...'

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    No solution to this yet? I am about to head out on a trip and last time this happened, I was far away from a keyboard. Going to pack a small keyboard just in case. Would be nice to get rid of this all together

    I figure it requires modification to ntldr.

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    I thought it might of been one of the ports on my hub...
    I've noticed, from time to time, my Carbuttons wouldn't detect when booted. Not unless I unplugged and plugged it back in.
    Now if the PC hibernates in this state, but tried to resume with ALL the devices detected, I was thinking this is the reason the resume hung...

    So I moved my Carbuttons to another port, and used the 'faulty' port for my USB jack...

    But after further testing, again I noticed Carbuttons not functioning evertime, BUT when I hibernated and resumed, it didn't hang AND Carbuttons was properly detected!

    So it's not my hub, but Carbuttons sometimes not detecting...
    And this doesn't seem to be related to the resume issue...


    Does anyone know how to figure out what device is which in X-Port, for resume/hibernate control? Is there a device ID?

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    I don't know how to figure out which device is in X-Port, however have you tried disabling SFC/WFP to see if that makes a difference with your Delete Restoration Data issue?

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    Can you elaborate? What is SFC/WFP?

    Again today, Carbuttons didn't 'detect' on every resume, but XP resumed perfectly...

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    SFC is System File Checker and WFP is Windows File Protection.

    I have SFC disabled in my installation by using nlite when I custom made my XP disc.

    Here's a guide I found for SFC:
    http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/790/

    I'm not sure if there are easier ways or not but might want to give that a shot. I'm not positive if it'll fix your issue either but worth a shot.

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    I know SFC Disabled won't fix it - I just had same message show up on my CarPC with it disabled...

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    Just a bump, but I know how you feel. Mine does it once in a while, maybe once a week or two, and than it gets ****ed off and doesn't want to resume from hibernation. All I want it to do is automatically delete and continue, and all is good to re-hibernate when it shuts down that time.

    In the end, I just want it to automatically choose to delete the restoration file and boot so I don't have to pull out the keyboard.

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    On XP, I don't know if there's a way around it.

    In Vista/7, I don't know if this will help or not with this exact issue (haven't tried it on hibernate/resume) but I know it works to bypass the annoying "your computer was improperly shutdown" boot message, so you may want to try it -- might just work:

    Open a command prompt as ADMIN and type:
    bcdedit /set {default} bootstatuspolicy IgnoreAllFailures
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    Sweet! Looks like you may be onto something

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms791525.aspx

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    That's for the normal boot menu...the 'delete restoration...' menu has NO timer at all. You MUST hit enter (on one of the options) to procede...

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