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Open up the control panel, display icon, then screen saver

should be under advanced..uncheck that box.

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I have occasionally found the laptop (usually after being turned completely off) will not re-start, instead showing a "fan error" message. This, however, has been succeeded by a new, unsolvable...


Hi there,

To disable hibernation in windows xp:

-Right click on the desktop
-choose properties
-Click the screen saver tab
-Click the power settings button
-in the power options properties dialog box click the hibernate tab
-uncheck enable hibernation
-click OK

Hope this helps!

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How do you stop hibernate and stand by?


Click Start
Click Control Panel
Click Power
Click to disable stand by
Click the Hibernate tab
Disable hibernation

Oct 13, 2010 | Sony PC Laptops

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As soon as you turn on laptop it says hibernating and it never does anything else. how do i get this to stop. cant do anything.


If the charge in the battery is "low", and the computer is *NOT* running on AC power, then the computer _will_ hibernate, until you recharge the battery, or connect the AC adapter.

Jun 01, 2010 | Sony VAIO Notebook

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Hibernation is a power management feature. When you hibernate a laptop, you're essentially turning it off. So, unlike Stand By (Sleep) mode, a hibernated laptop isn't using any battery power at all - that laptop is off!

The secret behind hibernation is that before you turn off the laptop, everything you're doing with the computer is saved. (The contents of memory are saved to the hard disk.) When the computer is turned on again, it recovers from hibernating by reloading all the saved information and restoring your laptop to exactly the same condition it was in before it was hibernated.

Briefly, hibernation works like this:

1. You activate the hibernation feature.

Hibernation is activated differently depending on how it's set up.

2. The laptop hums as everything in memory is saved to disk.

3. The laptop turns itself off.

It's really and truly off: The battery isn't being used, and it's safe to store the laptop or put it away until you need to use it again.

To recover from Hibernation mode, just turn the laptop on. In some cases, the laptop may recover from hibernation when you press a key or touch the mouse pad. hibernated state for as long as you want.


Hibernation mode requires hard drive space. So you should be aware that when hard drive space runs low, it's possible that Hibernation mode won't work.



In Windows XP, you have to activate Hibernation mode before you can use it. Follow these steps to activate Hibernation:

1. Click the Start button.

2. From the Start menu, choose Control Panel.

3. Open the Power Options icon in the Control Panel.

4. In the Power Options Properties dialog box, look for and click on the Hibernation tab.

If you don't see a Hibernation tab, there's your answer: The laptop isn't capable of hibernating. Oh, well.

You might want to check the laptop's Setup program to see whether you can activate Hibernation there.

5. Select the Enable Hibernation option by clicking the check box to place a check mark in the box.

6. Review other options, if they're available.

7. Click OK to confirm the changes and close the Power Options Properties dialog box.

Optionally, close the Control Panel window, as well.

Some laptops may require you to restart Windows for this change to take effect.



Sep 09, 2009 | PC Laptops

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My Sony Vaio stopped hibernating suddenly


go to the control panel and see power options. you will find a solution there. if you dont let me know.

Jul 10, 2009 | Sony VAIO Notebook

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It will not stop hibernating


Disconnect the power adapter and battery from the laptop, wait 1 minute, plug them back in and turn it on. press f8(when it comes to the screen) to cancel restoration from hibernation and start the laptop normally.

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Motherboard voltage solution for hibenation?


Press the FN key and the F5 key at the same time. You MIGHT have it in other monitor mode.

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Hibernating as soon as it starts up


Press F8 when you start the system, and boot to SafeMode. After this you can get to control panel and disable the setting to hibernate.

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LAPTOP NOT TURNS ON


This is probably due to a bad battery or damaged powerjack. Does the laptop work when connected to a plug point?

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Hibernating


What do you mean shutting down the hibernating mode? Stop it happening when the battery goes low, or shutting down into hibernate mode?

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