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Originally Posted by 5CheeseLasagna View Post
Wow, so nobody uses hibernate huh?

Hibernation completely turns off the computer. It saves everything onto your hdd so that you can end up exactly where you left off when the system is turned on again. And then it says that it's Resuming Windows or something, and bam.. you're back.

So, I'm talking about like... going into hibernation while reading a tutorial. Then turning the system back on. Then going into bios. Then saving and restarting, and then Resume Windows, and continue reading.

Will this work the same as actually Restarting windows?
Hibernation does NOT completely turns off the computer. Hibernate your system... then unplug your PSU for a minute. See what happens when you try to resume from hiberatation.
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Well I thought Hibernate shut down and just accessed the drive when you boot I've only used Standby cause It keeps the ram alive as your pc sleeps heh just hit the power button and its there don't much like the slower hdd speeds.

But I can't standby with my over clock above 3 ghz for some reason... mobo just goes restart crazy til it thinks it " Fixed " the problem and make me have to reconfig haha its kinda weird and if any of you know why I guess if you don't mind helping me out .

Edit::: Oh I see what you mean you wanna bypass the burden of shutting down haha No thats not going to happen unless your a pro programmer with lots of time.
No idea what your Overclock not being able to standby is about.

By all means, please test your theory guys.

Go into Hibernate and see if you can access BIOS.

Then let us know
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No idea what your Overclock not being able to standby is about.

By all means, please test your theory guys.

Go into Hibernate and see if you can access BIOS.

Then let us know
Yeah at 3 ghz stock voltages n such I can standby just fine but seems like anything above it will just crash when I turn it on then my stupid mobo's " OC Protection goes over drive for like 5 mins " wish they would have just put a jumper on it and never thought of their genius saftey.
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I'm not sure I agree with the above posts. Hibernate completely shuts down your computer. Also, I can hibernate Windows, start back up it Ubuntu, shut down, then come back up in Windows exactly where I left off.
    
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Yeah at 3 ghz stock voltages n such I can standby just fine but seems like anything above it will just crash when I turn it on then my stupid mobo's " OC Protection goes over drive for like 5 mins " wish they would have just put a jumper on it and never thought of their genius saftey.
Disable MOBO safety features in your BIOS?
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I'm not sure I agree with the above posts. Hibernate completely shuts down your computer. Also, I can hibernate Windows, start back up it Ubuntu, shut down, then come back up in Windows exactly where I left off.
What Windows you using?
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Don't think there is such a setting in bios ive not seen one that will do that.
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Hibernate is different from standby. I just realized this. The computer does shut down. It's not fantastically shorter than restarting though as you're still reading from your HD.
    
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Ask the Gigabyte P35 users around here. They might know. I have no idea personally.
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Originally Posted by TnB= Gir View Post
negative. The pc has to be completely shut off for the effects to take place.
really

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Yupp. Unfortunately so.
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Yea, but the computer doesn't go through the full BOOT process when it recovers from Hibernation.
Oh yes it does... what does the process of hibernation has to do with the boot sequence anyway?

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You can't get to the bios when hibernating...

Hibernation does not shut down your computer.
It does, and you can. Please don't post hearsay

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Originally Posted by 5CheeseLasagna View Post
I had this idea which I will not implement until I get the green light from OCN:

Can I go into Hibernation mode, then turn the rig back on and go into BIOS, do my tweak, and then come back to see how things are doing?
For one I use it since always (win millenium, 2000, XP, Vista) and it works very well.

Hibernation turns off the computer, it's 100% lights-out, just as shut down. The difference is that it writes the content of the RAM on the hyberfil.sys file (usually on c:\\) and when it boots up it reads the file, writes into RAM and you pick up where you left off.

I do it because it's dang frustrating to wait until is shuts down...30 sec, reboots...30 sec, loads win until you can actually click something...another minute. With hibernation the shutdown time is the same, only the startup tine is 20 sec or thereabouts, boot included.

Moreover, you can OC, change FSB, memory timings, voltages, remove/add disk drives (except the boot drive of course) remove/add USB stick, change CPUs as long as they are from the same family (ex. X2 with another X2).
One thing you CAN NOT DO: remove/add RAM. Since it writes the contents of the ram on the HDD, it expets on boot up to have the quantity of ram equal with the size of the hyberfile.sys file.

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