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13-Apr-2006, 04:30 PM #1
Unhappy Hibernate Restarts the PC
Whenever I hibernate my PC, it dumps memory to disk but then it restarts instead of powering down. But when I choose shutdown, it properly powers down. I have tried everything i know and searched a lot of web sites but i am still not able to solve this problem. Then I came across techsupportalert which recommended your web site. So I hope that you will be able to solve this problem.

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13-Apr-2006, 04:58 PM #2
Quit using the hibernate feature.

Uncheck "Enable hibernation".

Select "Always on" for power scheme and select "Never" for all other settings.

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13-Apr-2006, 05:41 PM #3
Hibernate and Standby are Windows features designed for laptop hardware in general. I have never had desktop hardware that would 100% work reliably with it (and thats about 14 different systems).

Even on laptops it often proves a problem, only 1 of the last 5 I have owned seems to handle it well.

Agree with the above, if you want reliability then don't use it.
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13-Apr-2006, 09:08 PM #4
kiwiguy:

I don't use it on either my desktops or my laptop.

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14-Apr-2006, 12:12 AM #5
Instructing somebody to disable a feature that is not functioning properly is circumventing the actual issue, and is not helping the person at all.

OP, I had a box that would hibernate properly and would exhibit your issue after windows was reloaded, so i'm rather certain that this is software related, as no hardware had changed, I will research more into this and see if I can give you any constructive input.
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14-Apr-2006, 05:23 AM #6
Thanks Shairel. I do want to use hibernation feature as I find it quite useful.

You are right that the issue is software related as on a different partition on the same PC, Windows 2000 hibernation works perfectly.

My WinXP installation has all the latest patches installed. Wakeup from hibernation works okay but I always have to manually power down during restart which is an annoyance.

ACPI is enabled in BIOS and in device manager, it says the system is ACPI-enabled.
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14-Apr-2006, 05:57 AM #7
Abbas:

The hibernation feature may be convenient for some people to use, but it doesn't work well in many computers and it's more trouble than it's worth.

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14-Apr-2006, 05:58 AM #8
1. Not all Windows "features" work perfectly on every system. Has hibernation ever worked well on your computer, running XP? Yes, it could be a software problem, XP.

It is your computer & you have a RIGHT to do with it as you want. Hopefully we can figure this issue out.

2. What happens if you boot to safe mode, then try to go into hibernation?

3. Please provide:
ram - amount
cpu - type & speed
hard drive size & type [ sata, ide, scsi ]

4. Are there any errors in event viewer?

5. In device manager, are there any red or yellow marks?

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14-Apr-2006, 06:08 AM #9
Have you defraged lately. Hibernate takes several hundred mbs.
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14-Apr-2006, 12:11 PM #10
This site looks to be a good resource to get started
http://aumha.org/win5/a/shtdwnxp.php
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16-Apr-2006, 07:58 AM #11
rainforest123, here are the answers:

1. On a different partition, Win2000 hibernation works okay
2. When I try to boot into safe mode, I get the following STOP message:

A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

blah blah ...

but everything except hibernation works okay in normal mode.

3. System specs:

ECS K7S5A
Athlon XP 2400+
Windows XP Professional SP2
1 GB RAM
200 GB HDD (ATA-100)
IDE DVD-RW
IDE CD-RW
Soundblaster Live

4. No

5. No

Shairel:

It is a great link but unfortunately nothing worked!
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16-Apr-2006, 06:58 PM #12
Shairel:

1. Has hibernation every worked on your XP Partition?

2. During which point of the boot process does the message appear?
Please provide the blah blah blah portion of the "stop message" .

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17-Apr-2006, 11:02 AM #13
rainforest123:

1. I installed WinXP on a separate partition and hibernation works like a charm! I have not changed any hardware config, BIOS, etc. There is definitely something wrong only with this particular installation of WinXP. There is no compatibility problem with BIOS, PC components, etc. Also note that Standby and resume work fine. If I select Shutdown instead of Hibernate, the computer properly powers down but it is only during Hibernate that the computer restarts instead of power down.

2. During Safe mode, it prints STOP error message after AppPatch/drvmain.sdb. Here is the error:

A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer

IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

Technical Information

STOP: 0x0000000A (0xF7D0C354 0x000000FF 0x00000001 0x804E9E41)

There is no other module name other than STOP.

Thanks for all your help guys.
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17-Apr-2006, 08:43 PM #14
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1. I agree with your analysis. Good job.

2. Go here:
http://www.google.com/search?q=%22IR...drvmain.sdb%22

This thread discusses Longhorn / Vista, but it probably applies to your situation.
http://www.longhornblogs.com/mrusso/...2/02/2319.aspx
"It's your boot sector. Or it may be a different version of Ntldr or Ntdetect.com files. Or an incorrect Ntbootdd.sys driver. You would get the same results if you were to install WinXP and then install WinNT4 afterwards. In that case you would boot to the recovery console and run "fixboot". Since you have no repair option, you could try to copy the Ntldr and Ntdetect.com files from the Longhorn DVD to the root folder of your boot drive."

more information at http://www.winguides.com/forums/show...sed&sb=5&part=

"You should look also for the 4 hex numbers in parathesis after the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, in fact if you do a search on microsoft.com using
"IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL ( ?xfirstnumber, ?xsecondnumber" you should get some idea where is the problem.
But from your second post (the blue screen gets back only for one of the users) I suspect some recently installed software that is loaded at startup, but only for one of the users (the one with blue screen).
Check software that you have recently installed and is starting at boot, there should be your "guy"

Kexky"

Which took me to: Troubleshooting a stop message 0x0000000A .
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314063

You are welcomed.

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27-Apr-2006, 02:21 PM #15
I have tried everything that was suggested but still no go. Are there any programs to detect ACPI or APM related issues ? Can I uninstall and then install any Windows component to solve this issue ?

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