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I am using windows xp sp2 in an Quad core machine , with 3GB RAM . Each time when i log into my system after hibernation , it takes almost 5 to 10 mins to resume perfectly. Am i missing any configuration / setting changes .?

Are there any tweaks to get around this.?

Can someone help me on this .?

thanks,

vijay.

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migrated from serverfault.com Mar 2 '10 at 12:41

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This superuser question seems to cover the same ground. In summary: Windows XP hibernation isn't great to start with, but there may be ways to tweak it, like making sure the hibernation file is not fragmented. – boot13 Aug 26 '10 at 20:32
    
One of the first orders of business I always have after installing a machine is configuring the power settings to never hibernate. – Chris Marisic Jun 20 '11 at 13:44

Would it be a slow HD that slows everything down? You may want to do some benchmarks of you HD to see if that is the case.

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Does it happen every time you resume, or only, for example, after being left hibernating for a long period (eg overnight)?

If the latter, then it is possible that some task is being triggered, eg anti-virus update or scan.

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