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Thread: Hibernation time sky rocketed

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    FLAC
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    Hibernation time sky rocketed

    Eversince i have my carputer, i've always been able to resume from hibernation in about 3 secs or so, pretty much POOF DONE.
    Just yesterday, it suddendly became disasterously SLOW. Right now it resumes at about 2 little bars per seconds, which is incredibly slower compared to before. I tried everything, including deleting the hibernation file, defrag, ...etc. Also i tried to removing all USB drives, but still slow.
    Anyone know why this might be? could you give me a hand?

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    Maximum Bitrate galvitron's Avatar
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    What changed?
    2006 Lancer Evolution IX MR In-Dash PC Project - WIP

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    Purchasing:
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    Installation/Fab/Assembly (Revised v2):
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    nothing i that i could've possibly think of, no new software, hardware,..etc.

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    3 sec from hibernation? WoW! What hard drive are you using and how did you get it down to that low? I can only get it down to 20sec.

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    just using a regular IDE HDD, there is no post time on this mobo practically (foxconn), and hibernation no time at all as well, until now of course.

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    Your HDD might have gotten a little beat up. Full size HDDs arent made to take bumps and nudges. Try to reformat. If that doesnt fix it, upgrade to a Laptop HD.

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    Maximum Bitrate galvitron's Avatar
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    I would agree with fls27. HD is most likely the cause...
    2006 Lancer Evolution IX MR In-Dash PC Project - WIP

    Planning:
    [----------] 100%
    Purchasing:
    [----------] 90%
    Installation/Fab/Assembly (Revised v2):
    [----------] 90%


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    funny thing is, i just installed a fresh version of window 2 days ago when i decided to switch back to IDE because sata cable wasn't as secure as i would like.

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    Maximum Bitrate galvitron's Avatar
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    Well a reinstall of windows and a change of HD and its interface could cause the issue...
    2006 Lancer Evolution IX MR In-Dash PC Project - WIP

    Planning:
    [----------] 100%
    Purchasing:
    [----------] 90%
    Installation/Fab/Assembly (Revised v2):
    [----------] 90%


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    nope after fresh install of xp, new software, hardware, hibernation was still super quick.
    A day after that, it became slow. Anyway after some tweaking i was about to get it back to "reasonably" fast. Still no where close to the original speed. I know reinstalling winxp would most likely bring it back to normal again, but i don't think its worth 2 hours to gain 5secs of boot time. Well, in the process i ran some boot time test/optimization using microsoft bootvis, and here are the results. So if anyone who is interested can compare or see why its not at its max speed.
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