I used the Disk Cleanup Tool in Windows Vista, and now the hybrid sleep feature and the hibernation feature are unavailable
How do I enable hibernation on my Windows Vista-based computer?
We just released an improved Fix it solution. This Fix it replaces the Enable Hibernate and Hybrid Sleep Feature and runs "powercfg -h on” after confirming there is adequate disk space on the system drive to enable the hibernation file.
merci beaucoup,and have a nice day.Serge
Than you Serge! I am glad you liked it.
Hey everybody, after I use Fix IT for me , I can hibernate my pc now. THANKS
i manually turned on hibernate, it turns on, but i hace to cmd the hibernate or have the power plan do it its gone from the start menu it came back only the first time i encountered it, now this time, its gone and even with hibernate on, its sstill gone, so i have to cmd the hibernate or modify/tweek the settings so the sleep mode is hibernate button
Thanks WINDOWS This Worked And II Can Now HYBERNATE My COMPAQ V6000 Notebook
(I Let You Know My Laptop Incase Somone Else Has This Type And Failed)
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Hi, Dean Saunderson,
Thank you so much for your comments! We have a large group of people working hard to deliver, and it is great to hear that our solutions work!
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback! We have a large group of people working to automate solutions, and would like to be sure we cover the scenario you are experiencing. Could you please try the following steps and let me know whether they enable the hibernate button for you?
1. Open Control Panel and type in "Hibernate" in the Search.
2. Click "Turn hibernation on or off"
3. Click "Change advance power settings"
4. Scroll to and expand the "Sleep" option.
5. Select "Off" to the "Allow hybrid sleep" option.
6. Scroll to and expand the "Power buttons and lid" option.
7. Select "Hibernate" for the "Sleep button action" option.
8. Select "Hibernate" for the "Start menu power button" option.
I dont know about Osamah Hnoosh, but I had the same problem and your fix worked for me.
Thank you for your comments! We have a large group of people building these solutions, and it is great to know it worked for you!
the command powercfg -h on worked last time for me perfectly and i had the hibernation option available straight away. but this time it didn't work. in power settings hiberbate option is set to "on" as well and i have all default settings for "hp recommended" power option. but still there is no "hibertate" option in start menu.
Love it! Thanks for the work.
We thank you for your comment! There are a lot of us working to develop these solutions and all the responses let us know how we are doing.
It doesn't work on my computer. I don't know why. And I also try the "Change advance power settings", and there are no "Allow hybrid sleep" option under the "sleep and "Hibernate" under the "Sleep button action" at all.
I have send a email to fix4me, see if anyone can solve my problem. Anyway, thanks a lot.
It don't work for me either,
no Hibernate or sleep in the power off menu