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Bruce...
Posted: Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:17 pm
 
I am using Windows XP Pro service pack 2. If I try to use Hibernate
it fails if there is just a few tasks open at the time. In talking to
someone they said to adjust the amount of memory dedicated to twice my
amount of RAM, however I cannot find that ability anywhere.

Does anyone have an idea of how to get Hibernate working like it
should?

To reply please remove the three '&' signs at the beginning of my
email address.
 
Mike Walsh...
Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 12:45 am
 
When hibernate is enabled it will automatically create a hiberfil.sys file of the correct size for what is essentially a memory dump. There is no reason to try to change it. Look in the root directory of the system partition to see if it is there. Are you getting any error messages?

Bruce wrote:
Quote:

I am using Windows XP Pro service pack 2. If I try to use Hibernate
it fails if there is just a few tasks open at the time. In talking to
someone they said to adjust the amount of memory dedicated to twice my
amount of RAM, however I cannot find that ability anywhere.

Does anyone have an idea of how to get Hibernate working like it
should?

To reply please remove the three '&' signs at the beginning of my
email address.

--
Mike Walsh
 
Bruce...
Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 4:54 am
 
I get the error message "Insufficent Resources to Complete the API"



On Thu, 01 Jan 2009 13:45:30 -0500, Mike Walsh
<spam_sucks at (no spam) bellsouth.net> wrote:

Quote:

When hibernate is enabled it will automatically create a hiberfil.sys file of the correct size for what is essentially a memory dump. There is no reason to try to change it. Look in the root directory of the system partition to see if it is there. Are you getting any error messages?

Bruce wrote:

I am using Windows XP Pro service pack 2. If I try to use Hibernate
it fails if there is just a few tasks open at the time. In talking to
someone they said to adjust the amount of memory dedicated to twice my
amount of RAM, however I cannot find that ability anywhere.

Does anyone have an idea of how to get Hibernate working like it
should?

To reply please remove the three '&' signs at the beginning of my
email address.

 
Mike Walsh...
Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 7:18 am
 
This could fix your problem:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909095
Or install Service Pack 3, which should include the hotfix.

Bruce wrote:
Quote:

I get the error message "Insufficent Resources to Complete the API"

On Thu, 01 Jan 2009 13:45:30 -0500, Mike Walsh
spam_sucks at (no spam) bellsouth.net> wrote:


When hibernate is enabled it will automatically create a hiberfil.sys file of the correct size for what is essentially a memory dump. There is no reason to try to change it. Look in the root directory of the system partition to see if it is there. Are you getting any error messages?

Bruce wrote:

I am using Windows XP Pro service pack 2. If I try to use Hibernate
it fails if there is just a few tasks open at the time. In talking to
someone they said to adjust the amount of memory dedicated to twice my
amount of RAM, however I cannot find that ability anywhere.

Does anyone have an idea of how to get Hibernate working like it
should?

To reply please remove the three '&' signs at the beginning of my
email address.

--
Mike Walsh
 
 
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