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If you have a laptop, it has a function called Hibernate. In this, the entire thing that is running, as it is in the RAM, is stored in a place on your hard disk and the PC is shut down. It resumes everything when it is switched on later.
The place reserved on the hard disk is a small thing called 'hibernation.sys' and it is as big as your RAM. If you don't need it, you can delete it through the command line or Disk Cleanup.
Now, the problem you are in is that the file has been deleted, mostly through cleanup and the system cannot hibernate anymore. I recommend that you use System Restore and roll back the computer to when there wasn't any problem. This won't harm your personal files. Now, remember to uncheck 'Hibernation Files' or similar in Disk Cleanup to avoid deleting it.
Or else, there is another way to restore the file without using the time consuming System Restore. See this.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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