Hibernate and Standby hanging/not working


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Hello everybody.

Since monday I cannot put my Notebook (Compaq Evo N1950v) into Hibernate
or Standby mode. It simply hangs in eg the "Der Ruhezustand wird vorbereitet"
(Preparing for hibernate) dialog.

Even after minutes, the HD LED flickers sometimes. CTRL-ALT-DEL doesn't do
anything. Mouse still works, even moving the dialog.

This is WinXP SP2 will all patches applied, I think, although I'm not sure
if I already installed the July patches. From the June patches there was one
I held back and installed just yesterday. After that Network didn't work
anymore. After some deinstallation etc. Network worked again, but now
Hibernate (and Standby) don't.

In the office I have a normal Network connected to a DSL router.
At home I have an DSL modem (AT-AR215) connected via USB.

But even if I stop the driver, DSLMON etc. hibernate hangs (I write this
because one reason I found for this problem searching the Net is related to
USB bus).

But before I never had a problem...

Anybody got any idea?

Is the anyway to debug the hibernate process (like boot and shutdown with
ntbtlog.txt) ?

Thanks in advance for any hint,
Harald Henkel
 
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ducky

Harald said:
Hello everybody.

Since monday I cannot put my Notebook (Compaq Evo N1950v) into Hibernate
or Standby mode. It simply hangs in eg the "Der Ruhezustand wird vorbereitet"
(Preparing for hibernate) dialog.

Even after minutes, the HD LED flickers sometimes. CTRL-ALT-DEL doesn't do
anything. Mouse still works, even moving the dialog.

This is WinXP SP2 will all patches applied, I think, although I'm not sure
if I already installed the July patches. From the June patches there was one
I held back and installed just yesterday. After that Network didn't work
anymore. After some deinstallation etc. Network worked again, but now
Hibernate (and Standby) don't.

In the office I have a normal Network connected to a DSL router.
At home I have an DSL modem (AT-AR215) connected via USB.

But even if I stop the driver, DSLMON etc. hibernate hangs (I write this
because one reason I found for this problem searching the Net is related to
USB bus).

But before I never had a problem...

Anybody got any idea?

Is the anyway to debug the hibernate process (like boot and shutdown with
ntbtlog.txt) ?

Thanks in advance for any hint,
Harald Henkel

Just an Idea - have you tried, disabling hibernate, then rebooting,
then enabling it? and are you SURE it isn't working rather than just
taking a really long time. Try closing down everything you care about
(docs etc) and hibernating. walk away for an hour or two , then come
back and see if you machine is off by then. Hope this helps

AR
 
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Hello everybody.

Since monday I cannot put my Notebook (Compaq Evo N1950v) into
Hibernate
or Standby mode. It simply hangs in eg the "Der Ruhezustand
wird vorbereitet"
(Preparing for hibernate) dialog.

Even after minutes, the HD LED flickers sometimes. CTRL-ALT-DEL
doesn't do
anything. Mouse still works, even moving the dialog.

This is WinXP SP2 will all patches applied, I think, although
I'm not sure
if I already installed the July patches. From the June patches
there was one
I held back and installed just yesterday. After that Network
didn't work
anymore. After some deinstallation etc. Network worked again,
but now
Hibernate (and Standby) don't.

In the office I have a normal Network connected to a DSL
router.
At home I have an DSL modem (AT-AR215) connected via USB.

But even if I stop the driver, DSLMON etc. hibernate hangs (I
write this
because one reason I found for this problem searching the Net
is related to
USB bus).

But before I never had a problem...

Anybody got any idea?

Is the anyway to debug the hibernate process (like boot and
shutdown with
ntbtlog.txt) ?

Thanks in advance for any hint,
Harald Henkel

You might try Microsoft's BootVis.msi. Google for it; it's
mirrored all over the 'net. Install it, Restart, then use the
Optimize feature. It'll reboot for you and possible take caer of
the problem. If you know how to read it, there is also a good
analysis of the actionst that took place.

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