Windows 10: Windows 10 Hibernate and sleep takes too long

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  1. Posts : 29
    Windows 10 Home Edition 64-Bit
    Thread Starter
       19 Aug 2015 #11

    poset said: View Post
    Mual,
    I'm afraid bumping every now and then isn't by itself going to conceive any solution.

    My hibernating/resuming issue vanished with clean-installing W10 from scratch. In fact, startup and resume performance is stunning fast, even with a regular 7200 rpm HDD.
    Hmm, I can't afford to format my laptop right now cause I have a lot of things need to do with it for now. But I will format once I have the time, thanks for the suggestion and idea

    Rudy Mas said: View Post
    Try the following thing:

    Open Command Prompt (Admin)
    powercfg -h off
    powercfg -h on

    My system had also a problem with the hibernation part, but after refreshing my hiberfil.sys file, it started working normally again.
    I just entered the command and haven't try hibernating and sleep yet. Though I notice something today which is after Windows Update download and install the updates , it says "Windows need to restart to install update" but when I press restart it doesn't restart , in fact it shut down! I have to manually press the power button to start it up again.
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  2.    22 Aug 2015 #12

    Rudy Mas said: View Post
    Try the following thing:

    Open Command Prompt (Admin)
    powercfg -h off
    powercfg -h on

    My system had also a problem with the hibernation part, but after refreshing my hiberfil.sys file, it started working normally again.
    It was slash, not dash: powercfg/h off and on. Anyway, it didn't solve my problem, which is also long wait for resume after sleeping. I found out it was related to the keep wifi connected while sleeping option under my wifi. When I selected it, sleeping still took a while but waking became instant. I have not looked at battery drain with this option selected though.

    settings ==system== power and sleep==on battery power, stay connected to wifi while asleep
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  3.    23 Aug 2015 #13

    asusx205ta said: View Post
    It was slash, not dash: powercfg/h off and on. Anyway, it didn't solve my problem, which is also long wait for resume after sleeping. I found out it was related to the keep wifi connected while sleeping option under my wifi. When I selected it, sleeping still took a while but waking became instant. I have not looked at battery drain with this option selected though.

    settings ==system== power and sleep==on battery power, stay connected to wifi while asleep
    You can also us -h. I don't know why I still use - instead of /, probably from the early days when they did it like this.

    Thanks for the tip about the WiFi, something to keep in mind when dealing with a problem like this. Up until now, I haven't seen this problem with a laptop yet, but now I have something else to look at to maybe fix the problem.
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  4. Posts : 29
    Windows 10 Home Edition 64-Bit
    Thread Starter
       23 Aug 2015 #14

    asusx205ta said: View Post
    It was slash, not dash: powercfg/h off and on. Anyway, it didn't solve my problem, which is also long wait for resume after sleeping. I found out it was related to the keep wifi connected while sleeping option under my wifi. When I selected it, sleeping still took a while but waking became instant. I have not looked at battery drain with this option selected though.

    settings ==system== power and sleep==on battery power, stay connected to wifi while asleep

    I couldn't find the "on battery power, stay connected to wifi while asleep". Did you mean uncheck "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" on the Adapter config settings?


    Rudy Mas said: View Post
    You can also us -h. I don't know why I still use - instead of /, probably from the early days when they did it like this.

    Thanks for the tip about the WiFi, something to keep in mind when dealing with a problem like this. Up until now, I haven't seen this problem with a laptop yet, but now I have something else to look at to maybe fix the problem.
    I tried but my laptop still have this problem which it took a long time to shutdown. Also I noticed a problem lately, which is if I click on shutdown, it took like forever to shutdown, but if I click restart, it shutdown! It doesn't restart for me I have to manually press the power button on my laptop to get it start again! Weird!
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  5. Posts : 4
    windows 10 Home x64
       27 Sep 2016 #15

    Rudy Mas said: View Post
    Try the following thing:

    Open Command Prompt (Admin)
    powercfg -h off
    powercfg -h on

    My system had also a problem with the hibernation part, but after refreshing my hiberfil.sys file, it started working normally again.
    Could you possibly give more detailed instructions on using command prompt concerning this issue for the less computer savvy? When I tried, it kept saying the command was invalid.
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  6. Posts : 4
    windows 10 Home x64
       28 Sep 2016 #16

    asusx205ta said: View Post
    It was slash, not dash: powercfg/h off and on. Anyway, it didn't solve my problem, which is also long wait for resume after sleeping. I found out it was related to the keep wifi connected while sleeping option under my wifi. When I selected it, sleeping still took a while but waking became instant. I have not looked at battery drain with this option selected though.

    settings ==system== power and sleep==on battery power, stay connected to wifi while asleep
    I know this thread is over a year old, but if anyone is still listening or having this same problem of a slow wake up from sleep after upgrading to Windows 10, are there any proven fixes? I tried the above but when I open Settings==System==Power And Sleep==, there is no option to stay connected to wifi while asleep. There are only 4 options listed. Under "Screen" there is "On battery power, turn off after"; and "When plugged in, turn off after." Under "Sleep" there is "On battery power, PC goes to sleep after"; and "When plugged in, PC goes to sleep after."
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  7. Posts : 29
    Windows 10 Home Edition 64-Bit
    Thread Starter
       29 Sep 2016 #17

    cmango said: View Post
    I know this thread is over a year old, but if anyone is still listening or having this same problem of a slow wake up from sleep after upgrading to Windows 10, are there any proven fixes? I tried the above but when I open Settings==System==Power And Sleep==, there is no option to stay connected to wifi while asleep. There are only 4 options listed. Under "Screen" there is "On battery power, turn off after"; and "When plugged in, turn off after." Under "Sleep" there is "On battery power, PC goes to sleep after"; and "When plugged in, PC goes to sleep after."
    I upgrade all my driver to the latest version using Auslogic Driver Updater and it seems that my problem is solve. Now I can shut down and restart without any problem. But eventually, I'll give my laptop and clean format as my performance is getting worse and this helps me to solve whatever issue there is.
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  8. Posts : 4
    windows 10 Home x64
       30 Sep 2016 #18

    Mual said: View Post
    I upgrade all my driver to the latest version using Auslogic Driver Updater and it seems that my problem is solve. Now I can shut down and restart without any problem. But eventually, I'll give my laptop and clean format as my performance is getting worse and this helps me to solve whatever issue there is.
    Thanks for replying Maul, I started a new thread concerning this issue as it seems a number of people have had this issue.
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  9. Posts : 29
    Windows 10 Home Edition 64-Bit
    Thread Starter
       30 Sep 2016 #19

    cmango said: View Post
    Thanks for replying Maul, I started a new thread concerning this issue as it seems a number of people have had this issue.
    I see. You could try to update or make a clean install to solve your problem. Else just rely on what help people provide in your newly started thread. Good luck!
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