Out of curiosity...
I was in a rush:
- I put my laptop into
Hibernate(I don't keep a battery in it btw)
- Leaned it against a box in the laundry room
- Smooth tile floor means bottom of laptop slide out and laptop feel flat against floor, not super hard, but it wasn't carpeting so..
- Next time I booted my laptop, I received this error for the first time ever:
(not an exact quote)
Windows experienced an unrecoverable error and cannot come out of
Hibernate. Windows is restarting now
After that, my laptop seemed to operate flawlessly.
What do you think happened? Jarred the electronics? I'm guessing an error like this would result of some sort of hard drive trauma, but fortunately, I have discovered none so far.
Error-checking for next restart.
CHKDSK and fortunately my hard drive came away from the incident unscathed! Here is part of the log for those interested:
File verification completed. 184 large file records processed. 0 bad file records processed. 2 EA records processed. 66 reparse records processed. Windows has checked the file system and found no problems. 117113849 KB total disk space. 101171452 KB in 262060 files. 150136 KB in 86722 indexes. 0 KB in bad sectors. 514945 KB in use by the system. 65536 KB occupied by the log file. 15277316 KB available on disk.