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comment Where can I stop windows 7 from hibernating on leaving the lid closed for a long time?
No I haven't gotten a damn answer. All three answers say the same thing, all of them ignore the part where I say I ALREADY turned off hibernation on lid close and on idle time.
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comment Where can I stop windows 7 from hibernating on leaving the lid closed for a long time?
No, It isn't. It really, really isn't. Word of honor. If I leave the lid open it just sits there happily, at worst the screen dims (as it's supposed to given the settings). When I close the lid, the settings are ignored and it hibernates after a while.
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