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Hybernation is a power saving feature in microsoft windows. Often times this will cause the computer to freeze.
One solution is to disable hybernation in the power settings located inside the control panel.
On windows vista / 7 you can do this by clicking on the start button (lower left hand corner of the screen)
Then going to "Control Panel"
At the top right of the screen should be a search box, simply type "Power" Into this box and options to edit / change the power plan should appear. Choose edit power plan,
Make sure any options pertaining to hybernation are disabled, You can also adjust when the screen and hard drive shut off during inactivity. For desktops it is recommended to set all options to "Never"
Once finished click the "Save Settings" Button. and you are all set.
You can adjust these settings as much as needed, they can always be undone.
On windows 8 you can access the control panel by moving the mouse to the upper right hand corner of the screen and choosing "Settings" or "Computer Settings" the same procedures apply after this step.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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