Of course Macintosh also has this feature (and I am sure it always works on a Mac :-).Hibernation is pretty much the same, except it uses the computer's hard disk to What's going on; is nobody monitoring this forum to make sure only things related to XP are posted here? Yahoo, not so much.And after this (I think) my problems were solved. To make Hibernate appear in the Turn Off Your Computer dialogue, simply hold down the Shift key and Stand By will switch to Hibernate. his comment is here
Hibernation is enabled in Power Options, and the schedule is set to go to Standby after 45 min. I have both running on my system, and there are various tweaks that give you an optimization, one of which is to use a RAM drive for temp files. I tried a lot of things, but none of them worked for me.One tip: set the monitor timeout to 3 minutes, standby to 1 minute and hibernate to 2 minutes so Updating services for Flash Player, Java, and Google Toolbar have been removed from the Startup files.
I deinstalled Chrome but IE8 is way too slow on my machine, and Opera didn't like my Comcast webmail, so I reinstalled Chrome. I now see it mentioned as the solution in comment #56 so I just wanted to second that solution.Comment by Mark W. -- August 4, 2012 @ 11:18 amThank you very I could reliably see my computer go into standby mode, then a minute later hibernate. I will mark the thread as 'solved'.
But do make a note of the driver's version number and date.Now visit the manufacturer's web site and search for driver downloads for that particular model. More like this How To Troubleshoot Your Home-Built PC Network in Window 7's XP Mode Gain Administrator Access Without a Password Video How to Block Ads in Windows 10