I am sure your input and additional advice will help me get to a solution.Again, as noted by others, thanks for your hero status on this worthy cause to help us Photo by Goldring. Hibernate vs. But I am also a geek, and think that things we all use should be in a central place, so have a computer in our broom closet that does things like more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed http://ict4m.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp3-hibernation-not-working.php
I had been getting lots of "Not Responding" and memory low alerts, plus the computer was slow - taking minutes to respond and awful from Hibernate or Start, I grew older Get the answer Martin1352Mar 5, 2013, 9:24 AM Best answer selected by Martin1352. Keep in mind that most programs can be easily reinstalled (except for ones you have to pay for, and actually use). As it turns out, it was Adobe Type Manager (possibly conflicting with the keyboard driver) since standby now works after uninstalling ATM and rebooting the computer.
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I have surfed the web and read many cases where this has happened, but so far have not come across a fix or cure. Though it's specific to backup, the information applies to other tasks as well. I have no clue what caused this, it happened suddenly. Windows Xp Standby Disabled Hi DK!
I tell it to standby but it just continues to run. How-To Videos How to Get Windows XP's Quick Launch Bar In Windows 10 View more PCWorld videos »