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    Alternative to Hibernation..

    I'm planning to use Windows XP in my project, but the problem is that the motherboard does not support Hibernation.

    I remember that somebody mentioned 3rd party program for XP that did same as hibernation.. saves memory to disk and allows quicker boot..

    But i cannot what that program was.. or is it even possible if motherboard does not support hibern.?

    If somebody knows any of these programs, give me a shout..

    My boot time is now about 1min, after nLited installation. next step would be hibernation and EWF, but that damn motherboard is now giving me a hard time.

    And changing the mb is not an solution...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jehvi
    And changing the mb is not an solution...
    You should change the mb.
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    Pretty much every motherboard supports hibernation, if not all.

    Check your display drivers to make sure they are the correct drivers.

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    I know that i used a copy of windows and this didnt alow me to hibernate
    Then i put on a different copy and it worked fine.

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    make sure hibernation is enabled in windows. go to control panel -> power options and make sure that it's enabled there.

    i believe it's off by default.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiveMofo
    make sure hibernation is enabled in windows. go to control panel -> power options and make sure that it's enabled there.

    i believe it's off by default.
    The problem is that i dont even have that tab in Power options.

    Does anybody know what things i should left alone when using nLite, so i dont broke hibernation?

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    Did you untick the turn hibernation off?? If not you will have disabled hibernation on your install.

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    Where in latest nLite i can find that "turn hibernation off" setting?

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    Its under the unattended settings on the second tab (General 1/2)

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    I checked.. and it should be on (not ticked)... i currently installing full XP setup. Just to see if it allows me to hibernate.. If it does, then the problem is in nLited installation..

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