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So I did my first install of W7 and I had hibernation issues from the get go. It took ages for it to resume but with a regular shutdown/startup it goes fine.

As of recently though, when I put it on hibernate it'll go through the motions and power down, then a few seconds later it will turn back on...by itself.


Suggestions? Was I supposed to configure something after my initial install?

Thanks

edit: I just turned off my nic cards from being able to wake, dunno if anything else could cause it. That and slow wake times. XD
Edited by Slick Slab McKnab - 1/17/11 at 1:41pm
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So I did my first install of W7 and I had hibernation issues from the get go. It took ages for it to resume but with a regular shutdown/startup it goes fine.

As of recently though, when I put it on hibernate it'll go through the motions and power down, then a few seconds later it will turn back on...by itself.


Suggestions? Was I supposed to configure something after my initial install?

Thanks

edit: I just turned off my nic cards from being able to wake, dunno if anything else could cause it. That and slow wake times. XD
I know this isn't really the answer you're looking for, but im just going to throw out a suggestion since no one has said anything, so consider it a free bump if this is of no use.

I would just disable any hibernation / sleeping. Every time I've tried to do that, which would be basically off a fresh install of windows, it was nothing but issues. I have my power options configured to turn off the screen after like 15 minutes, and sleep set to never. If you want to put your computer on sleep / hibernate, just turn it off instead. It can't take too long to start up your computer If no one else comes up with answers, you can take my suggestion into consideration. Hope you get it figured out regardless.
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Do you have options in your bios for wake/power on? ps2 devices(mouse maybe?) and the like could be triggering it to wake back up.

I did a fresh install of win 7 ult 64bit recently and certainly set nothing regarding to sleep mode, and have no problems with sleep unless i shake the mouse or something.
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I do the sleep/hibernate manually, not a fan of letting it go off by itself.


And yes, sort of, I have started to fiddle with device manager and disabling things that can wake the computer up.

I guess my biggest concern is having everything open since I leave a lot of browser window's open and other junk. I know chrome can resume without any problems even after a shutdown, but hate reloading everything. The second thing is that I'm trying to figure out why it takes soooo long to wake up. A little frustrating.
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