I have a mid 2010 Macbook Pro 13" on which I was running Windows 7 32 bit perfectly fine. Recently I upgraded the memory to 8 GB and put in a Samsung 840 256 GB SSD into the DVD drive bay. I cloned and restored the Lion os onto the new ssd. I had removed the Windows partition before cloning as I wanted to setup Windows 7 64 bit afresh on the new disk.
Lion works perfectly fine. Installation of Windows 64 bit went through fine. Installed the latest Bootcamp drivers I could find. So in summary everything works fine except hibernate.
When I hibernate the machine the screen goes blank and I assume it has hibernated. When I power on the machine again it will say that the machine was improperly shut down and it will give me the screen that asks me whether I want to start Windows in Safe more or normally. If I start it normally, it doesn't resume the hibernated session (obviously) and just starts up with a brand new session.
I have tried this more than 10 times. Fails each time. Anyone else has this problem? In hindsight maybe I should have put the SSD into the original hard disk bay (not sure if that would change anything). Maybe it has something to do with with the Bootcamp drivers not supporting AHCI on windows.
and oh yeah.... sleep works.
Anyone else with this problem? Anything I can try?