[Ver 2004] Disabling Fast startup?

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  1. Corbus

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    Hello,

    Does disabling fast startup work for you guys? in 2004+

    I did clean my windows with a tool from chris titus tech or what's he called. Maybe that messed up the option?
     
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    Disabling hibernation always disabled fast startup in Windows. Try the command "powercfg -h off" in elevated command prompt.
     
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  4. Corbus

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    Thanks for the suggestions.

    Tried doing all that and still hibernating,even with it off,no idea whats up but prolly messed something up,that debloater.
     

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    Check in your BIOS for fast startup options and turn them off
     
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    nothing to do with it.
     
  7. Undying

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    Disable it if you have an ssd and want save some space. There is no difference really.
     
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    How do you know that it is still hibernating?
     
  9. Corbus

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    If i restart/shutdown , browser(with open tabs) or other software that were previously open before restart/shutdown will still be open afterwards.

    And from what i remember even with fast startup if you restart the pc everything will be erased from memory,which for me doesn't happen and makes it stranger and that's why i believe something must be messed up. But it's fine, i'll wait for the next big windows patch hoping it will restore everything to normal. Will stop debloating windows as it didn't help me that much.
     
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    You can look for a file "hiberfil.sys" (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...ble-hibernation-on-a-computer-that-is-running) in the root folders of all drives and delete them and reboot. If file is re-created then yes, hibernation is still "On".
     

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    Nothing to do with Fast Startup.
     
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    Restarting doesn't make use of fast startup. What you could be witnessing is a feature some apps have now, say with Firefox this is how you disable it https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-starts-automatically-when-i-restart-window

    Turn this feature off system wide.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Nope.
    You can view devices which support S1, S2, S3 sleep states:
    powercfg -devicequery s1_supported
    powercfg -devicequery s2_supported
    powercfg -devicequery s3_supported
     
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    You can try this method.
    Request for devices requesting something from the power management:
    powercfg -requests

    Lets say you have report of audio driver under the SYSTEM group:
    SYSTEM:
    [DRIVER] Realtek High Definition Audio (HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0892&SUBSYS_1043860B&REV_1003\4&165326bb&0&0001)

    Then you can try to override the request by:
    powercfg -requestsoverride DRIVER "Realtek High Definition Audio" SYSTEM

    And check whether your request override is in effect:
    powercfg -requestsoverride

    PS
    Also it can be a process that requests something from power management:
    SYSTEM:
    [PROCESS] \Device\HarddiskVolume1\Program Files\Synergy\synergyc.exe

    Then you should try:
    powercfg -requestsoverride PROCESS “synergyc.exe” SYSTEM
     
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  18. K.S.

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    He no lika deh fast startupah :0

    EDIT: Jokes aside there is a powershell script you can run to disable hibernation, also you can flat out delete hibernation or in BIOS change your sleep mode to not go into Deep Sleep so hibernation physically can't work
     
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    Thanks for this. The Microsoft Display Adapter supports all S1-S4 modes. Unfortunately what it doesn't support is waking from these modes. So not possible to enable sleep mode with it.

    upload_2020-7-18_9-8-21.png
     
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    I see no logic in that statement - why do you think that device capable to sleep but not capable to awake from sleep can prevent the sleep mode?
     

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