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Thread: XP, XP where for out thou hibernation

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    XP, XP where for out thou hibernation

    Guys,, got a strange one..

    im running 3 machines all with the same copy of XP pro with SP2 (home, laptop & car)

    problem is that only the carputer has not got the hibernation option.. i aint got a clue why not.

    helppp.

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    Try installing the newest video card drivers
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    go to control panel
    power
    and enable it there
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    Once you enable it in the control panel, I think you have to hit either the CTL or SHIFT button on the shutdown screen (the one with the shutdown, restart & standfby options) to reveal the hibernate button.

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    checked in the control panel/ power management,,, no hibernation option...

    @rundell,, why would the video driver allow this option..

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    check your BIOS

    for S1 S2 S3 typically found under power management
    once enabled there it will then be enabled under windows
    by default your BIOS should support it
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    thats right SAScooby,, i have enable S1 & S3 and other options as per the install guide that came with my opus..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fargo
    @rundell,, why would the video driver allow this option..
    On most of the boxes I have built and installed I don't get the hibernation option on the default windows drivers. When I install the manufactures drivers normally I get that option
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    Just found this post by searching: Turning Hibernation On

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