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Laptop going into hibernation

Hp goes into hibernation mode automatically, what is causing this

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  • trudydouget Oct 30, 2008

    Mine goes into hibernation mode on it's own and then I cannot get it to come back on. What could be the problem?

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This is caused by options selected in your power management. if your using xp you will right click inside an open space on your desktop click settings and from there you can view your power settings and change them to better suit your needs.

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