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Hibernating as soon as it starts up

My laptop does not give me a chance to change the settings to stop hibernating. It immediately goes to Hibernating. How do I get it to stop if I can't get to the control panel?

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Press F8 when you start the system, and boot to SafeMode. After this you can get to control panel and disable the setting to hibernate.

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