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''HIBERNATION'' is not enabling after disc cleanup in VISTA ULTIMATE......''powercfg/hibernate on'' is also not working.........Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeez solve this as soon as possible.
Go to this link from microsoft and fix it by downloading the fix from them.
also make sure you ran the "powercfg/hibernate on" the right way it is described below.
you can re-enable hibernation by opening an
administrative command prompt and entering the command 'Powercfg /hibernate
on'. To get to this prompt, bring up the start menu by clicking the logo
button on the taskbar or by pressing the 'Windows Start' key on the keyboard.
In the search box, type 'cmd'. Do not press 'Enter/Return'. Instead, press
and hold down 'Ctrl', 'Shift' and 'Enter/Return'. In the user accounts dialog
box that appears, select the name and enter the password of the administrator
account that you created when first installing Vista and click 'OK'. You
should now be at the command prompt. Note that if you do not follow the
instructions as above, you will arrive at the command prompt but it will be
the incorrect one. The prompt should be 'C:\Windows\System32>'.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Click the Start button, and then click the arrow next to the Shut down button.
Sleep and Hibernate located on the menu
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