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    Question Hibernation Issues??

    I keep hearing of problems with hibernation, but can't quiet get it.Can somebody help me out. The main reason is i don't know if i should get 512 or 1GB (in case of hiberanation) of RAM. or won't it be worth the extra money for boot times??

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    I go with 256mb and it bores me a bit to wait about 10 seconds for the waking up
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    256 is way too little, You got any problem with hibernation though??

    any people with 1 GB?

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    i Also hibernate from 256 mb ram, but my rams are RIMM RAM and works just fine, i gues about seconds. Why should it go slowly ?

    If your system runs at 205 mb of ram, then when it hibernates, it writes that 205 mb to your hard disk.
    When wakening op, it writes it back to ram so its the speed of the hard disk and the speed of your memory that makes the startup time difference !

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    if you look at the memory dump file size, it is the same size of the entire ram modules, not only the used portion.. so with 1gb you should expect to wait more than with 256mb, takes time to write 1gb of data to disk.. and do not forget that centrafuse is a .net application, it has the tendency to eat a LOT of ram in order to optimize performances
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramy_zohair
    256 is way too little, You got any problem with hibernation though??

    any people with 1 GB?
    256 is not "way too little"

    This isnt a desktop computer here
    256 will be completely sufficient for the tasks at hand and actually decrease the time it takes to go into and resume from hibernation.

    I have been running 256 for 3 years and never a complaint

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    Quote Originally Posted by aoLhaTer
    256 is not "way too little"

    This isnt a desktop computer here
    256 will be completely sufficient for the tasks at hand and actually decrease the time it takes to go into and resume from hibernation.

    I have been running 256 for 3 years and never a complaint
    Hier i have also no problkem, only xlobby eats about 50 mb of ram so that comes into 230 mb ram in total , and i have 256 mb so that's like a jippy

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    Quote Originally Posted by aoLhaTer
    256 is not "way too little"

    This isnt a desktop computer here
    256 will be completely sufficient for the tasks at hand and actually decrease the time it takes to go into and resume from hibernation.

    I have been running 256 for 3 years and never a complaint
    my point exactly
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    well, i'm sorry but my question was what are the problems with hibernation (something about USB devices???). thanks for the ram tips by the way.

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