I restored my PC from hibernation earlier today. 10 minutes after booting, there was a power cut. These things happen.
Is there any way to tell my PC on next boot to use the previous hibernation state to boot into? Some motherboard setting or such? I don't know how the machine determines to boot from scratch or from hibernation. I know that hiberfil.sys gets left lying around after booting from hibernation but I don't know if it's reusable or not. If it's not then I assume I'm definitely out of luck at that point.
From reading I suspect I might be out of luck, however I feel my question differs from the others on this subject because I'm not looking to set this up as a regular process.
I've not yet powered the machine in question back up yet, just in case there is a chance it can be restored.
My OS is Windows 8.1. The motherboard is a RoG Maximus VI Hero.
EDIT Whilst my question has been answered with confirmation that restoring a previous hibernation state does not appear to be possible, this question is not a duplicate of the ones highlighted in the comments; I'd already read those before I posted my own.
842161 Refers to a different operating system (I've since added the Windows-8-1 tag) and also for a normal reboot through a Windows update, which could easily have made all sorts of changes. My situation related to direct power loss barely 10 minutes after booting from hibernation (and thus, I would presume, minimal harddisk changes following the past hibernation).
607300 Relates to an entirely different request where they appear to want to set up some sort of regular system that would be able to automatically save a state like with hibernation that can be restored from so that on sudden power loss they can jump right back to where they were.