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answered Mount hibernated Windows partition
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comment Mount hibernated Windows partition
But I didn't know about the remove_hiberfile option, so if nothing else comes up I'm afraid I'll have to use that.
Apr
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comment Mount hibernated Windows partition
Yes, I know I have to remove the hiber file to mount it rw, I said that in the question. But I am looking for a solution where I don't have to remove it, and where it is mounted r/w when possible, but r/o when it is hibernated.
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revised Changing RAM from 2 GB up to 4 GB
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comment Laptop randomly waking up = Hibernate / Low Battery?
Well, why don't you just use hibernate? It is more energy efficient, doesn't randomly wake up and is almost as fast to start up.
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comment Laptop randomly waking up = Hibernate / Low Battery?
I think one of your first sentences is also your solution: "When it is put to sleep (the lid closed)". Are you sure that 'closing the lid' == 'hibernating'? If I remember correctly, the default setting for closing the lid is standby, and not hibernate. Go to configuration screen -> hardware and sound -> energymanagement -> Change when the screen is disabled (left panel) -> advanced settings -> change the settings under 'standby' (or sleep or sth.) and 'on/off buttons and lid'. (I use a Dutch windows 7 and tried to translate as good as possible, but things might be called different.)
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comment Why are websites suddenly asking me about cookies?
Wait, the cookie laws get even crazier! The Dutch government has decided that all websites in the entire internet in the whole world must obey the Dutch cookie law, which states that sites are only allowed to place cookies if you give them explicit permission. Yes, you are reading this correct, an opt in for cookies for all sites