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    Wow... 4 second resume from hibernation

    I just tried to hibernate my laptop today instead of StandBy....

    Coming out of standby usually takes about 2-3 seconds. But it eventually kill the laptop's battery if I didnt drive the car for a day.

    But I just timed it today, and it takes 3.9 seconds for it to come out of hibernation and start playing! That's pretty damn fast !!!!

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    and what, like 2 megs of RAM? 3.9 seconds sounds awful quick.
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    full system specs please
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    If i only have 128RAM on my Tecra M1 model, It will be as fast as that too. Intel Centrino 1.4Ghz,

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    Hey man that is fast. My m10k takes like 15 sec out of hibernation. I have 512mb of ram
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    Are you including POST? Mine just out of hibernation is faster then that, if you are including POST also then that is pretty fast.
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    If you ask me, i think that FAT32 systems are faster in startup from hybernate then NTFS systems !

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    'than NTFS' perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grepzen
    'than NTFS' perhaps?
    indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEScReW
    If you ask me, i think that FAT32 systems are faster in startup from hybernate then NTFS systems !
    What makes you think that?
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