On a laptop where was previously installed Windows 8.1 I was perfectly able to use the hibernation feature. I have upgraded to Windows 10 and now the hibernation feature is disabled. If I run a powercfg -a command it tells me that the hibernation is not available for a very strange reason to me. It says, more or less since I am translating the text from another language, that the hibernation file type does not support the hibernation.
Does anybody have any idea of what this means?
I verified and on the root of my C: drive I have a hiberfil.sys if I enable the hibernation via the powercfg -h on and the file is removed if I issue the off command. Strangly the file size is only of 300MB when my installed RAM is 1.5GB. I still have 50GB of free space and I am using an SSD drive.