Hibernation

Computer geeks don’t like to shutdown PC or laptop more often. Thanks to Hibernation facility in Windows that enables you to store all the data as is before computer goes to sleep and make that data available for you when you resume from hibernation – all computer programs, running processes, opened windows etc. will be the same in the pattern you left them. In Windows 7 there is bug related to the Hibernation. When you hibernate your PC, it will hibernate alright. But when you resume it from hibernation a strange thing happens. Your computer screen will be dim and brightness/contrast keys won’t be working. Its like the computer running on batteries and trying to save the power but its not. There is a fix for this problem.

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Batch files allow MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows users to create a lists of commands to run in sequence, once the batch file has been executed. If you have trouble hibernating PC and tired of process of clicks involved in it then you can simply write a batch file to do so.

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If the hiberfil.sys file on the system partition is removed, the option to hibernate is not available. A common reason for the hiberfil.sys to be deleted is from running the Disk Cleanup Tool, as explained in the Microsoft article “The hybrid sleep feature and the hibernation feature in Windows Vista may become unavailable after you use the Disk Cleanup Tool” (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928897/en-us ).

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