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Hibernate My laptop (IBM Thinkpad Type 2647) is in hibernation mode. How do i get it back on? Or has it gone to sleep? When i put in the power cable the battery light shows up, but pressing the power button doesn't work. Please help!

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When Windows opens then -
Open Control Panel - then click on Power Options - Click on Hibernate tab and uncheck Enable Hibernate - Click OK

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