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    Constant Bitrate bulgogi777's Avatar
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    Odd Hibernation problem

    I've actually never encountered this before, but I recently tried using the hibernate after installing some new components to my carpc. It goes into hibernation fine, but when rebooting, it takes FOREVER! It basically takes just as much time to recover as if I booted from a regular shutdown. Has anyone come across something like this before?
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    bootvis is the answer
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    Constant Bitrate bulgogi777's Avatar
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    hmmm, forgot about that prog, i'll give it a try, thanx~!
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    Constant Bitrate bulgogi777's Avatar
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    unfortunately, bootvis did not solve the problem. maybe it's a hardware issue?
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    Mine is the same way. It takes about 40 seconds to boot or to resume from hibernation. I tried bootvis also, and it made no difference. The only time I really seem to notice that it is a long time is when I'm trying to show it to someone. Then of course, it seems to take about 5 minutes.

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    Bootvis is used for more than just the "auto-optimization" you guys do know that right??? You can make a botvis report showing where exactly your system takes longer to boot, then you can know what you must target in your tweaks
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