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APC Power Chute Personal Edition- Hibernation Support Warning: Power chute has detected that hibernation support is not enabled on your computer. Unsaved data will not be saved following an extended power problem. APC recommend tat your enable hibernation support so that all application data is preserved.

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    rcxrbt May 11, 2010

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SOURCE: hibernation partition

What OS? xp? 98?
Have you tried loading last known good configuration?
What is the "whole process"?
Please report the exact error message you are getting, along with any stop error codes, and describe in a little more detail what's bringing it on, whether it's freezing up, etc.
If you're using xp, take a look at the event viewer logs to see what kind of errors or warnings are reported.
In the meantime, please take a look at MS KB articles here, here, here, here, here, and possibly here to see if they apply to your situation.
Try disabling hibernation, rebooting, then restarting. (control panel>power options)

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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