restoring Hibernation


G

Guest

I deleted my Hibernation file. I thought it would erase previous save points.
I guess it disables Hibernation for good. How can you get it back. It would
be nice to know that before you run the disk cleanup.
 
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R

Rick Rogers

Hi,

As you now know, they are completely unrelated, The hibernate file is used
to store the existing memory state when the system goes into that mode.
Restore points are used to save a system state for later restoration if
there is a system failure due to corruption. Check that hibernation is still
enabled in power options, then reboot the system to see if the file is
recreated.

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Best of Luck,

Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP

Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
 
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MICHAEL

Lang said:
I deleted my Hibernation file. I thought it would erase previous save points.
I guess it disables Hibernation for good. How can you get it back. It would
be nice to know that before you run the disk cleanup.


Type this "powercfg -h on" into the Start Menu's search
bar, hit enter.


-Michael
 

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