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Restart problem When ever my computer hibernates or restarts, it will not unless I unplug it and wait a few minutes

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Try installing updated APCI (advanced power and cooling interface) drivers, which come from the maker of the motherboard and are generally on that maker's site, indexed by board part number.
You also have to have APCI enabled in the BIOS, or sometimes with jumpers. Some motherboards were made broken as far as hibernation features and won't be curable, but many are curable, as long as the OS (e.g. WinXP, Ubuntu Linux, MacOS X) is also willing.

You might pose your next question in non-generic territory, so people with the same motherboard can learn of the cure, rather than having to slog through this catch-all category!

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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