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Thread: Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 can't resume from hibernation

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    par7133 Guest

    Default Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 can't resume from hibernation

    Resuming from an hibernation, after the bootstrap, loading the drivers
    and main components Vista stops to load hanging, screen and progress
    bar are freezed. The only thing I can do is to shut down, change
    something in the bios (anything), delete the hibernation data, and
    Vista starts. I can't resume from hibernation successfully.

    Note:
    the usb mouse turn off just before the OS stop and doesn't turn on
    when the system boot correcly the mouse shut down and up again in few
    sec

    Motherboard: Asus P5K64 Socket 775 Bios 0609
    Processor: Intel E6420
    Video Card: ATI Radeon 3850 driver ver 8.5
    Operative System: Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit


    Thxs,



    Daniele

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    This issue occurs when the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store contains incorrect information for the Resume from Hibernate entry and it can be fixed via following these steps.

    1) Run cmd(Command Prompt) as Administrator and type "bcdedit -enum all" without quote. It displays all identifiers that are used to make desire function in BCD (boot configuration data).

    2) Look for "Resume from Hibernate" segment and copy its identifier like: {xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}

    3) Now at the end, type the following command "bcdedit /deletevalue {xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx} inherit" without quote.

    After all that Vista SP1 will no longer shut down unexpectedly instead of resuming from hibernation.

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    StorageHawk Guest

    Default Re: Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 can't resume from hibernation

    Ramesh--

    Many thanks. I was hoping that this fix would work when at the command
    prompt it said it had successfully made the change. But, when I came out of
    hibernate, I still had the same black screen indicating that the computer
    could not come out of hibernation and I had to reboot. I have an HP tx1320
    with a dual core AMD Turion 64 and nVidia GeForce Go 6150, 2GB RAM, 250 GB
    hard drive. I have been researching this problem for the past three or four
    days and have not been successful in finding a fix. I have found a couple
    hotfixes, one of which applied to the issue, but again, to no avail. When I
    reboot, it allows me to hibernate, but then when I try to come out of
    hibernate, it does not work. Any other ideas?

    "ramesh" wrote:

    >
    > This issue occurs when the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store contains
    > incorrect information for the Resume from Hibernate entry and it can be
    > fixed via following these steps.
    >
    > 1) Run cmd(Command Prompt) as Administrator and type "bcdedit -enum
    > all" without quote. It displays all identifiers that are used to make
    > desire function in BCD (boot configuration data).
    >
    > 2) Look for "Resume from Hibernate" segment and copy its identifier
    > like: {xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx}
    >
    > 3) Now at the end, type the following command "bcdedit /deletevalue
    > {xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx} inherit" without quote.
    >
    > After all that Vista SP1 will no longer shut down unexpectedly instead
    > of resuming from hibernation.
    >
    >
    > --
    > ramesh
    >
    > 'Ramesh Kumar' (https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Ramesh.Kumar)
    > Microsoft MVP
    > Windows Desktop Experience
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    >
    >


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