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Vista's Hibernation Issue.


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Posted on 20-05-07 03:47
I've accidenthly put my computer on hibernation because of the tricky vista shutdown and hibernation interface. Anyways, I have a desktop computer, not a laptop, i've tried shutting it down manually a few times but seems to stay on hibernation.
Im not too sure if there is a key combination to open it or something.


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Posted on 20-05-07 05:45
Esc key?
Enter key?
Drag out the Power cable ^^


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Posted on 20-05-07 08:39
if you mean hibernate not standby push the power button to turn it back on.


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Posted on 20-05-07 08:57
Mechanical89774 wrote:
the tricky vista shutdown and hibernation interface.


Go to control panel > Power options > Change plan settings (under the plan you are currently using) > Change advanced power settings > Power buttons and lid.

From there you can change the actions of the physical buttons on the front of your pc, and the start menu power button.


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Posted on 20-05-07 09:26
I found out that it was my screen for some reason was not detecting my computer. But everything works fine now Grin

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