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Can you manually “inject” drivers into a hibernated drive image?

Is it possible to manually inject new drivers and configurations into a hibernated Windows 7 drive image? I have a sector-by-sector drive image of a hibernated Windows 7 install. It's imaged from an ...
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Move Windows 7 Hibernation file

I have an Acer Ultrabook. It came with a 20GB SSD and a 320GB, the hibernation file resides on the 20GB SSD. My old laptop had a 128GB SSD that I installed in to this ultrabook. To migrate ...
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Hibernate/resume fails after adding SSD on Debian 7

My Debian 7 system used to hibernate and resume just fine; then I added an SSD as follows: 1) added SSD (on SATA 1), 2) updated /etc/uswsusp.conf (use UUID for swap partition), 3) copied /usr and /opt ...
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Windows 7 running on Macbook pro not resuming after hibernate

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 ...
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Intel's “Rapid Start Technology” vs Hybrid Sleep, is there a point on desktop? [closed]

From reading Intel's docs it sounds like this "technology" does the same thing as regular Windows' Hibernate, but it saves less data, which supposedly on start up has to read smaller "hibernation" ...
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is it possible to change location of hibernate file? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to change location of hibernation file in Windows 7? Can I change the path and directory of the “hiberfil.sys” on Windows 8 due to reduce my C:\ disk usage? I'm ...
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Does Having Computer Running Idle Impact Solid-State Drive's Life Expectancy?

As long as computer is operating, OS constantly performs small writes to storage medium. This is what I have not paid attention to earlier until I saw total writes in CrystalDiskInfo, Intel Toolbox ...
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Windows 7 migration led to crashdump and hibernate problems

Note: I'm using a Samsung 830 SSD (migrated OS from defunct PC) and other than these two (interrelated?) problems it's working fine. Surprisingly well actually. Motherboard is a ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe. ...
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windows 7 sleep/hibernate issues with ssd

I have a 2 pc with ssd as system disks both with windows7. First pc has vertex ssd drive and it has issues with hiber-sleep mode: windows started from scratch after hibernate sleep and don't pickup ...
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Shrink hibernate partition on Windows 7

After a thorough discussion with Google we couldn't consent on this one. How can I shrink the Hibernate partition which was set up by Windows 7 OEM? My laptop has a harddisk drive and an additional ...
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Macbook restarts when closing lid

Recently I built an SSD (128GB Samsung 470) into a late 2007 Macbook, and swapped the old HDD with the Superdrive, I used Carbon Copy Cloner to transfer the system, Desktop, Applications, Library and ...
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Is Windows Hibernation Bad for SSD's? [closed]

I recently got an SSD, and I was wondering if should still continue using Windows Hibernation. My fear is that hibernation would cause significant wear-and-tear on the drive. I have about 8GB of ...
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Hibernation in Windows 7 does not find the disk when resuming on RAID-0 Drive

I've been using hibernation on Windows 7 since I've have it, and it's been rock solid. Recently I got a new laptop with a couple of SSDs in a RAID-0 configuration and have installed Windows 7 on it. ...
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Relocate the hibernation file (hiberfil.sys) on Windows 7 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to change location of hibernation file in Windows 7? I'm getting an SSD soon and to spare some wear I thought it'd be a good idea to keep the hiberfil.sys on the ...
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Which of shutdown / hibernate / sleep causes the least wear to an SSD drive?

Having an SSD for the only drive in my laptop I'm wondering which of shutdown / hibernate / sleep causes the least wear to it? Is there any serious test that would measure that? Suppose that the ...
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large memory: wakeup slower than boot

I've upgraded my Windows 7 machine to 24GB. As described here, I found out that 24GB of my precious C: SSD were taken for swap file. To solve this, I moved the swap file to my 2TB non SSD E: drive. ...
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Changing the Hibernate File Location in Snow Leopard

I want to move my hibernate file a non-boot-drive disk. I see that the pmset utility is the way to do this but the documentation says that the file must reside on the boot drive. Does anyone know of ...