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Cannot turn Hibernate back on - W10 Anniversary update

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#1 scoob101


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Posted 27 September 2016 - 06:41 AM

Just successfully updated my Transformer T100HA to the Anniversary update. In order to get enough disk space to perform the update, I disabled hibernation with POWERCFG /h off from the command line, which disabled hibernation, deleted the hibernate file and gave me enough space to upgrade.

Now I`m successfully on the anniversary update, I simply cannot get Hibernation to turn on again. Heres what I`ve tried to far,


  • Registry change (used guide from TenForums) - tried both the .REG file and updating manually.
  • POWERCFG /h ON from and elevated command line
  • Full system reset / wipe drive from settings

After trying all this, Still I cant see the option to hibernate in advanced power options!

When I look in power options the hibernation option is simply not there any more.

Really appreciate some help as I`ve run out of ideas. thanks!

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