Vista Home Premium cannot Hibernate?


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Paul H

The following question and responses have not solved my problem - not able
to Hibernate, just sleep. Help, anyone?

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Thanks Chelsea. It says "You do not have permission to enable or disable
the Hibernate feature". I run with administrator privileges.


Hello Paul try typing
powercfg.exe /hibernate on
at the command prompt. Use the off switch with the same statement to remove
hibernate. Think it works across versions although I have only Business.

Chelsea

Paul H said:
Thanks, Sam, but sleep expanded did not offer a hybrid sleep line. I have
vista Home Premium. Maybe it doesn't offer it? If not, it should.

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Right-click desktop
personalize
screen saver
change power settings
change plan settings (active plan)
change advanced power settings
expand sleep
expand allow hybrid sleep
turn off
apply

should be there


----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul H" <[email protected]>
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.vista.general
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:41 AM
Subject: How to Hibernate?


How do I get "Hibernate" added in between the "Sleep" and "Shutdown" choices
on the right edge of the start menu? TIA, Paul
 
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Cal Bear '66

In the search box above the Start Orb, type cmd, cmd.exe will be at the top on
the pane, right click on it, and select "Run as Administrator", then type your
command.
 
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Paul H

Thanks, that worked!

In the search box above the Start Orb, type cmd, cmd.exe will be at the top
on
the pane, right click on it, and select "Run as Administrator", then type
your
command.
 
C

Cal Bear '66

Great!
You're welcome.


Paul H said:
Thanks, that worked!

In the search box above the Start Orb, type cmd, cmd.exe will be at the top
on
the pane, right click on it, and select "Run as Administrator", then type
your
command.
 
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hogyu

Have you activated "Hibernate" on any of your power plans? If not, it
probably won't appear on the menu. If you have, I can't help.

(Hmmm...does it have to be activated on the power plan that you're using
when you shut down? Don't know.)
 
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Paul H

I'll check and see if it goes away when I change to another plan. Thanks
for the tip.

Have you activated "Hibernate" on any of your power plans? If not, it
probably won't appear on the menu. If you have, I can't help.

(Hmmm...does it have to be activated on the power plan that you're using
when you shut down? Don't know.)
 
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