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    Constant Bitrate tom_rosenback's Avatar
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    Anyone found any solution for this yet? I got this this morning when it was too cold outside, -20C...

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    I have this problem one in a while. When it happen and my wireless keyboard run out of battery in the Matrix, I'm stuck with out a freaking carPC when I'm already pull out of the driveway and lazy to to inside to get new battery or a nother keyboard.
    I still have that tiny usb keyboard for PS2 in the glove box for my Supra and it come handy in this case.
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    Solution found

    not sure if this working on XP... SURE DOES ON WIN7

    on command Prompt type: bcdedit /set bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures

    BAZINGA!


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    That's what the "reset" button is for. Mine is easy to get to, I just pop the dash off, find something metallic and short the jumpers. If you'rs isn't so easy to get to, just wire up a momentary switch that's out of the way but you can get to it when you need it. Much easier than carrying around an extra keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txspazz View Post
    That's what the "reset" button is for. Mine is easy to get to, I just pop the dash off, find something metallic and short the jumpers. If you'rs isn't so easy to get to, just wire up a momentary switch that's out of the way but you can get to it when you need it. Much easier than carrying around an extra keyboard.


    And what does that solve?

    When it starts again it still tries to come back from hibernation and fails, and then asks if you want to delete then restoration data.

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    For me it restarts and works. I've only had it happen a couple times. Maybe it has something to do with whatever caused the resume to fail to start working. Maybe it's a unique issue I have but it works for me when I have had this happen.

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    Hi,

    we are also using Win XP Embedded and are experiencing the same problem. Is there an easy way to bypass the "delete restauration data..." menu without disabling the hibernate function?

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    I'm guessing, Windows 7 using Hybrid Sleep

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