1. #1

    No “Hibernate” option in Windows Vista System

    I am facing a problem with my Windows Vista System. I have logged in and I ran the Disk Cleanup Wizard. I saw that “Hibernate” options got missed. Is it due to this? Please, I will be much thankful, if I get the solution.

  2. #2
    Support Array
    Join Date
    Apr 2012

    Re: No “Hibernate” option in Windows Vista System

    STEP 1: Running the Disk Cleanup Wizard, it remove the “Hibernate” option from the Start Menu.
    STEP 2: Click Start >> All Programs.
    STEP 3: Click on the “Accessories”.
    STEP 4: Right – Click on the “Command Prompt”.
    STEP 5: Select “Run as Administrator”.
    STEP 6: Run the command “powercfg -h on”.
    STEP 7: Exit the Command Prompt, your problem is solved.
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  3. #3
    pushp Array
    Join Date
    Dec 2012

    Re: No “Hibernate” option in Windows Vista System

    hey Guest !!
    you know the reason of your problem.
    but let me tell you the solution of your problem.

    1.go to START
    3. POWER option
    4. you will see HIBERNATE tab in the opened dalogue box.
    5.just check the hibernate option.
    6.click ok.

    your problem is solved...
    have a nice day..

  4. #4
    Satya Praveen Array
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: No “Hibernate” option in Windows Vista System

    Hello friend,

    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say.............

    1.Firstly go to the desktop.

    2.Then click on the start menu and click on 'Run'.

    3.Then a dialog box will appear.

    4.There you type 'CMD' and press 'OK'.

    5.Now the command prompt will open.

    6.There you type 'Powercfg-h on'.

    7.At last press 'Enter' and close the command prompt.

    8.Now once restart your computer.

    That's it by doing as i said you can solve your problem.

    Have a nice day............

  5. #5
    Aniruddha Array
    Join Date
    Jul 2012

    Re: No “Hibernate” option in Windows Vista System


    your problem can be solved folling the steps taken as suggested here.

    "Start" > "All Programs" > “Accessories” > “Command Prompt” > “Run as Administrator” > run “powercfg -h on” > Exit > Reboot.


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