Just upgrade my server with a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H mobo and a G630T processor. Installed Windows 7 Ultimate.
Windows 7 Allow Hybrid Sleep
Windows 7 provides power saving features in the shutdown options. If you do not want to shut down your computer (you just want to step off your computer temporarily), windows gives you the sleep and hibernation feature to save power while you are away. You can go to the hibernation or sleep mode directly from your start menu, under the power. Open the item Allow Hybrid Sleep. Click the blue text and choose On from the button menu. When your PC has two power sources, you need to choose On for both settings. Click OK to confirm your choice and activate hybrid sleep. Close the remaining dialog boxes and windows.
For some reason I don't see the options for hybrid sleep or hibernate in advanced power options menu. Generally, I believe they are supposed to be under sleep in the advanced menu but only 'Sleep After' and 'Allow wake timers' are present in the menu.
I haven't upgraded to a new mobo in years and in my old mobo there was an option to enable S3 sleep. This mobo has options to enable wake timer, WOL, and a couple of others but nothing to disable to enable hybrid sleep. My system seems to still go to sleep ok but the lack of the two options seems odd to me and wanted to see if anyone possibly had a similar problem. When I first tried to run that command in cmd it said I did not have the rights or privileges to enable or disable hibernate. So I had to right click on cmd and run as administrator. Then it allowed me to run the command. The hiberfil.sys file is not in the C: yet but I now have the hybrid sleep and hibernate option in the advanced power configuration menu.
However, even after turning hibernate on at the command line it is still shown as disabled in the power config menu. Not sure why. Any idea what caused this in the first place? It seems to work now but I need to test that it actually sleeps correctly. Thanks for your help!
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