Suspend is still about 30 seconds. I've already tried to disable and re-enable hibernation so that hiberfil. I've tried to make some boot traces - they only showed most of the resume time was spent reading from the disk. Which clearly should not be. I haven't hit the several-minute resume yet and kind of happy for the moment but I'll check memory size in that case. I confronted this problem in my PC but it has resolved with changing bios setting. I hope it help you I'm writing this as an answer, because it won't be readable in the comments and won't fit into one comment anyway.
First I want to clarify so we talk about the same thing: It's the "Sleep" modus that usually causes the problems hardware power settings. Sleep mode doesn't shut of the HW completely it just puts it into a power saving state. If there is some incompatibility with for example a certain device like the network card you get the trouble. Hibernation saves the complete memory RAM to the hard disc HD which shutdown doesn't but then turns off the computer "completely" just as it would when you shut down.
And there is a difference is the restart. When it restarts from hibernation instead of loading a "brand new windows instance" as it would after shut down it puts the saved memory which was saved on HD before back into the memory. Ergo for I would first suspect some program or driver or windows system task residing in the memory causing the problem.
That's why I suggested to check this first, try to minimize the sources for errors. Secondly I would suspect the hardware involved with the transfer mainly the memory and the HD. Third I would suspect a problem with the hibernation process itself.
Again, this is just an educated guessing, I don't know how the process is implemented completely and in detail, I only know how it's suppose to work in general but so far this was enough to fix any problems I encountered. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Stack Overflow for Teams — Collaborate and share knowledge with a private group. Create a free Team What is Teams? Learn more. Windows 7 extremely slow resume from hibernation Ask Question.
Asked 2 years, 11 months ago. Active 1 year ago. Viewed 1k times. I've run powercfg -energy to check for problems. It listed "errors" like The current power plan personality is High Performance when the system is plugged in.
Hibernation and resume times in seconds : clean, only Windows, 1. It is much longer for a working state. Improve this question. Yogurt Yogurt 11 3 3 bronze badges. Just a random thought, have you tried restarting the machine with as many drivers and start-up programs disabled as possible?
Maybe the problem is not hardware related - but I'm just guessing Albin, as it is resume from hibernation, start-up programs don't really count. Hibernation saves the current state of the machine, with any number of applications running, regardless of whether they were run at startup, or later.
As for the drivers, I'm not sure what to disable without screwing up my system. Profiling displayed no driver hog, only simply reading from the hibernation file. Sorry this didn't help. Thanks for your feedback. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community.
Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. Since most recent updates when I resume after hibernation usually overnight my system is incredibly slow to work Does anyone have a fix, I've tried clearing cache before hibernation. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question 0. Report abuse.
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