Hibernation problems with Xp Pro


S

SeaWolf

I have a new computer!
Its a really good one too!

It will not Hibernate!
I've never been able to get one of these things to Hibernate yet!
So I built this thing myself with all the best parts I could come up with!
Its big, its fast, it can Network with the planet! It will even troubleshoot
my car!
But
It will not hibernate!

Well I'm using XP pro and this might have been an error in that I've found
out that XP pro has a hibernation problem! Oh man, not again!

The computer goes into hibernation just fine but when I try to fire it back
up I get the "Black Screen" of darkness, and a locked up machine!

MicroSoft says, oh well don't hibernate the machine! But I've been hearing
that there is a cure out there some where on this issue! I think what's
happening is that my graphics card doesn't know how to hibernate! As a
matter of fact this very expensive graphics card with all the memory and the
cpu fans can't even play my old games! I can watch TV on my computer though!
I don't know why I would want to do that! TV on my computer! Oh man, massive
contamination! So much for getting a high end graphics board! Yes, I did
install all new fresh drivers from the manufacturer's web site! I can now do
256 color, wow!

So to recap, I can get into hibernation but when I try to restart I end up
with a black screen and a locked up machine!

Any ideas!

I hear Service pack2 is supposed to address this problem!
Is this really true? Would be nice to have a machine that can hibernate
real! Would be a new and truly interesting experience. We would all
sit here and watch it do its thing and go "Wow man!"

Thanks!
 
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S

SeaWolf

Its mostly Asus! P4PE mother, Radeon 8500 video, US Robotic modem, Pent4,
2.7G, 512M Ken Memory, WD 80G HD!

WinXp Pro!
MicroSoft seems to know about the problem! Supposed to be a fix in Sp2!
Just wondering if anyone else has this problem!
 

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