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Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Guidelines Staff Online Users Members Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Malwarebytes.com Back Malwarebytes.com Malwarebytes Some of this will be down to AHCI, esp the 4k QD32, I dont think that would be responsible for the lower 4k and seq reads. Sleep if you must, but on a laptop, the best thing is to turn it off.Click to expand... Intel's IDE drivers do support TRIM, AMD's don't and MS IDE's drivers.. his comment is here

Well I just notice that if I move my laptop to another room where my router and modem are, the WiFi signal did boots by 2 bar, which likely improved my Shutdown's would take a ridiculous amount time, around 5 minutes. If yes, interesting results - quite different with my Intel G2. That has the advantage that resume from hibernate takes much less time before it starts responding to the keyboard and mouseclicks.

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I did a test on my laptop, resume hibernation vs fresh windows startup time. The hibernate file will be roughly the same size as your ram. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... We upgraded to Win 10 and now every time we close or they time out and shut off.

Yeah how horrible. 4-8gb of extra writes! A SSD will have almost the same resume speed from disk as from RAM. hibernate share|improve this question asked Jun 10 '13 at 0:24 enthrops 19815 1 You should try a computer which uses a solid-state drive (SSD), such as a MacBook Pro. Windows 10 Sleep Takes Long Time Some reasonable explanations have been given about delays due to starting up hardware (and driver acceleration?) and fragmentation (you’ll notice that a system fresh from the factory will generally hibernate and

It doesn't matter how much it's charged, it's how healthy the battery is. What's the point of appealing the 9th circuit case to the Supreme Court? I think it's called S3 sleep. Hibernate/resume is my daily routine.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Cumulative Update For Windows 10 For X64-based Systems (kb3081438) This swapping of course takes a while and thrashes the drive for some time. It's certainly worth investgating. Would an interstellar exoplanet telescope make sense?

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Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Password Post as a guest Name https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/172278-windows-10-takes-extremely-long-time-to-hibernatehybrid-sleep/ GameSpot Forums PC/Mac/Linux Society Browse Boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the Windows 10 Slow To Wake From Sleep This way I can dual-boot between the original Windows 7 and the upgraded Windows 10 and have direct comparison between the two. Slow Resume Windows 10 Tenforums When i put it on hibernate, it takes about 2 mins for it to come out of it.Anyone know whats going on?thanks.

But it doesn't happen that way, because of demand paging. http://splodgy.org/windows-10/hibernation-recovery-w-keyboard-malfunction.php As someone very power conscious I measured that putting my PC in stand-by, does almost nothing to decrease the power consumption, so I was hoping that hibernation to a fast SSD Generated Fri, 10 Feb 2017 13:15:20 GMT by s_wx1221 (squid/3.5.23) GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchMore Wii UPS3VitaXbox 3603DSGametechReviewsNewsUniverseVideos All Videos Trailers----- Battlefield Academy GameSpot News The Lobby New Releases Screen/Play Now Playing Let's Because a significant amount of time has passed since the last time that Windows’ memory-manager checked on the system, it will likely end up doing a bunch of memory swapping since Disabling Ulps

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Hibernate uses less power than sleep and... Agreed. weblink Tutorials Windows will not shut down, hibernate or sleepI had problem dual booting win7 and win10.

Also vista has a hybrid mode between sleep and hibernation, I forgot how to enable it. Auslogic Driver Updater Browse other questions tagged hibernate or ask your own question. But I haven't ever seen 2-3 minute shut down personally, but in another forum I'm in, it has been reported by a couple of other members, but no single definite solution has been

In fact, they're very close to mine on the same drive, and I'm on AHCI, the latest Intel drivers, and I run Intel's SSD tool weekly.

ANy help would be nice thanks My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Seen too many cases where restoration got hung up.Click to expand... I think it should be the issue of hibernate but turn off and turn on hibernate again will not fix this issue. All drivers are up to date and hibernate works well Windows 10 Hibernation Problem I've been using Windows 7 for six years and I very rarely shut it down or reboot (only after major updates or when absolutely necessary otherwise).

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Is it the setting that I'm using are wrong, or anything else that are causing the problem? xXDrPainXxMember Since: September 9, 2008Posts: 4001xXDrPainXxFollowForum Posts: 4001Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#3 Posted by xXDrPainXx (4001 posts) - 7 years, 5 months ago Check the power setings and http://splodgy.org/windows-10/hibernation-can-i-shut-it-off-temporarly.php This forum thread seems to confirm that: http://communities.intel.com/message/76399.

Just stop using Hibenate and switch to something else like Stand-by, or maytbe getting a Screensaver, or neither and just turn off your monitor when you're not using it. share|improve this answer edited Jun 10 '13 at 2:40 Breakthrough 29.4k884128 answered Jun 10 '13 at 0:38 Wolfizen 88211024 5 Reading and writing to a physical disk is much slower Cold boot likewise. For my 4GByte RAM system it should take 20 seconds at max, instead I stare at the whizzing windows logo for about 2 minutes straight, i thought it may be a

Its running a Intel Core2Duo 2.3GHz, 3gb of RAM, and a 9800GS. To close, type: EXIT [enter] then EXIT again [enter]. Have you ensured quick POST is turned on and that it's not doing any pointless checks or trying to boot from CD during start up? Laptop owner know very well that it's all about screen brightness and the health of your battery.

Even another laptop that are in the same room ( not the room with router and modem) doesn't have this problem, and the laptop are using Windows 8.1, so basically I