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How to change location of hibernation file in Windows 7?
Yah, in my opinion it's a bit of a design flaw. Even if the system needs to boot from the main drive, there's just no reason to have to store all the gigabytes of information on the same drive- the hibernation file could load the basics (e.g. drive access) and then look to another drive for additional data. Unfortunately, they didn't design it to handle that case- which means they won't until a new OS... if ever.