No Strand By/Hibernate

  jack 12:45 27 Sep 10
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Having done some work on a machine that I am in the process of setting up with XP Home.
It was time to move on -
So I thought Hibernate- then I can come back where I left off.
Clicked on Start/Closedown and the Usual three buttons came up
Stand By- Shut Down-Restart

But this time the Standby/Hibernate button was greyed out.
Never come across that before
How come?
Is it something sinister?

  birdface 13:04 27 Sep 10

Maybe go back into power options and see if any problems on there.

  woodchip 13:26 27 Sep 10

As above check Control Panel/Power Options last Tab on the right and one of the other tabs

  jack 16:18 27 Sep 10

This machine - the one I am writing this on is XP Pro- In the power settings it has a Hibernate tab
and the close down panel come up as a drop down menu with all the options.

The machine in question is an OEM XP Home and comes up with the normal three button display.
I am quite sure during the installing process every time the shut down panel came up for a restart the Standby/Hibernate button was active.
Now it is not it is greyed out so shut down or restart are the only options.
The power tab shows 3 tabs - Schemes Advanced and UPS no options for standby/hibernate at all.

  woodchip 17:31 27 Sep 10

Is this a Desktop? if it is make sure in power setting it as such. Also check BIOS for shut down options

  Sea Urchin 18:14 27 Sep 10

This can happen when your graphics card needs updating.

  Sea Urchin 19:33 27 Sep 10

Sorry - meant to say graphics card driver needs updating

  jack 10:42 28 Sep 10

Am looking now - so far only Bum steers
Will wait now until the machine is installed in its new home.
Actually- knowing the user[my daughter]
No standby/Hibernate may be no bad thing .
See what else happens regard- printer and other stuff before pursuing further.

  birdface 20:11 28 Sep 10

Not sure if this could be of any use.

click here

I have never tried it so cannot comment on it.
It is a fairly new program.

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