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Error while hibernating my coputer

I had expand my main memory in my computer by replacing old 2 256MB cards, with 2 1000MB card (to total 2GB). The replacment had been done by the ACER technical group in ISRAEL.

When i try to hibernate my system while running a lot of processes, i get an error message that announce that it cannot hibernate, and the system return to work without hibernating. In such a case i still can perform STADBY, but the HIBERNATION option disappear from the STOP COMPUTER buttons.
If i run only a little amount of tasks, the Hibernation works well.
When i askes ACER technical group, they told me to reinstall my xp system. but in such a case i have to reintall all my applications - a very long and time-consumming task.

Is there any other possiblity?

THANKS!

A. Sadan
asadan@gmail.com

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  • sadan May 29, 2008

    As i mentioned Hibernation is working, but only when the system is not loaded. for example when i run 20-30 tasks/programs the Hibernation fails, but if only 2-3 tasks, is works.
    All applications mentioned in your reply are hibernation enabled.

    Thanks,
    A. sadan
    asadan@gmail.com

  • sadan May 29, 2008

    I Want to understand if increasing this file will solve the problem? if this is positive, in which way I can do this?

    Thanks,
    A. sadan
    asadan@gmail.com

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  1. Make sure Hibernation is enabled in all applications of power management.
  2. start
  3. settings
  4. control panel
  5. power options
  6. hibernate
Check settings and enable

Posted on May 29, 2008

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    Mark Williams May 29, 2008

    You can update to service pack 3 to fix this problem (which is common when ram is 1gig or more) o.r download the patch from here and re boot

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    Mark Williams May 29, 2008

    After some googling, I discovered that it is a common error, already fixed and documented in the Knowledge Base (article).
    It
    happens on systems with more than 1 GB of RAM, and the latest version
    of Windows XP (SP2 and Media Center 2005): under certain
    configurations, the system is not able to obtain enough memory for the
    Hibernation process, thus aborting it.
    Note: a colleague hinted the patch is also available within service pack 3.

    The fix is easy: update to SP3 or install the patch (from the article above or directly from here), restart the PC, and live happy - and hibernated.


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A reinstall might not be a bad idea. You probably have a large buildup of system files and running tasks that are not needed. Every so often, I do a fresh install of my personal computers just to keep them running properly. Upgrading your memory was a great idea, and a system refresh would help as well.

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It is not due to ram.... for hibernation there is a hiberfile.sys file in the system... its size depends on your system configuration....

it is 2Gb in my system.... depending on its size only your system can hibernate...

Posted on May 29, 2008

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    Anand Srinivasan May 29, 2008

    i'm very sure that the file is used to store the hibernation data.... you can find it in C:..... but i dont know way to increase the file size.... i've myself have searched before for reducing its size but couldn't find any option...

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