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I want to reactive my HIBERNATE action

Sir,last one month my machine not shown "Hibernate Action"in Start Menu,
only appering these features "Shut Down","Sleep","Restart","Lock","Log off","Switch User".so,i need to reacting my Hibernation actions for keeping my processes in "RAM"........

give me a solution how to reactive "Hibernate Action"....

my OS is Windows Vista Ultimate,Machine Type is IBM R60.

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Plz Check

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista
/re-enable-hibernate-option-in-windows-vista/

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