Hibernation mode in XP RAID 0

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jamsum

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I recently built a system twice using XP Pro sp2 one time, and then XP 64 another time, using 2 SATA 120s in RAID 0 configuration. The board is a Gigabyte GA-K8N Ultra SLI, using an AMD 64 cpu (3200), 2 gigs of memory, yada yada. The system works fine with either OS, but with one difference- it will go to hibernation mode just fine in XP 64, but it will not do so in XP Pro sp2... Windows gives a message saying something about 'not enough system resources'

I was wondering what I am missing here about XP Pro sp2.
 
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A message of Something about is not too good we need the correct error message if you could please. Hybernation is nice but causes too much trouble so actually I turn mine off along with Stand-by and the screen saver basically because they interact with each other I feel.

About the system resources I do not think there is enough system stat's to make a decision or answer on anything yet. Please a little bit of system spec's or stat's on both systems.
 

jamsum

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Thanks for the response to my earlier post. In trying to come up with a solution, I would like to know how W XP stores data to the hard disk (and where) to enable hibernation mode? Is this a page fiile issue? or a memory address issue? or something I don't have a clue about?
 
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WOW I do not really know where to start looking for that kind of information but I did a search on Google for hibernation mode windows xp

http://www.google.com/search?hs=apB...ial&q=hibernation+mode+windows+xp&btnG=Search

This might be a good place to start and also there is the knowledge base at:

http://search.support.microsoft.com/search/?adv=1

You should be able to find your answer at one of these places.

What you are looking for, you would need a person with the design capabilities for the program.
 

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XP stores the memory image in the hybernation file, that's why it's the size of your RAM. You'll find it in the root of C: as a hidden, system file.
 
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