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Re: By-pass Hibernation
Power off the system and wait a few seconds to make sure that hard drive has spun down.
Hold down the "Backspace" key while powering on system.
The following message should appear:
Warning: Can't restore Hibernated State.
Press any key to continue.
After pressing a key on the keyboard, the system will continue with the boot process and the hibernation/standby mode will be by-passed.
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Reboot the laptop, go to control panel > power options > go through the settings, especially what does the computer do when lid is closed and change the setting to "do nothing", turn off hibernation if it is on. Change other settings to now allow the computer to go to sleep, just let it run until you decide to turn it all the way off. Sleep mode and Hibernation cause more problems than do good.
to remove the hibernation mode goto screen saver setting then you will see the power,click n power box and you will find hibernate option,click that box and you will see hibernate enable box with check.un-check that box and restart your pc
This doesn't sound like a hibernation problem, it sounds to be much deep, motherboard deeper, but let's rule out the hibernation. Unplug the laptop, take out the battery, this will completely shut the machine down. Then put every thing back and restart. If it starts, then disable the hibernation mode in the display properties, screen saver tab, under the button that reads power. If it doesn't start, then the problem is with the motherboard or one of it's components. Take it in for a professional diagnostic, they will be able to tell you exactly where the problem is and if it's a replaceable component.
my toshiba laptop went into sleep hibernation mode,& all i could get was the cursor on screen but nothing else, omg could not get it out of this mode for about 5-10 minutes,so i held the on/off button down for 10 seconds until it definately switched off,then was able to be reboot the laptop,but took some time doing this......