I have Windows 7 on Dual boot with Ubuntu 12.04. I have set swap file size to 0 on Windows, therefore hibernation is not possible, at least not to be done right. Sleep is done normally and resuming is instant, too. However, my computer is, by default, set to go on hibernation after 1-2 hours of sleeping.
So, whenever I boot Windows after many hours of sleeping, having apparently been on hibernation, it acts as if it had an unexpected shutdown and gives me options for normal boot or to go on safe mode.Of course, the system is not resumed where I left it, but starts from scratch. If I let it happen many times, it performs a disk checking on startup.
How can I disable the hibernation feature?
Although I set swap file to 0,I saw no setting explicitly giving me the choice to enable or disable the default hibernation setting, so is rational to assume that is is still enabled despite the non-existent swap file, and that causes the problem.