Using Hibernate Feature in HP Pavilion® Laptop
Get to know more about using hibernate mode in HP Pavilion Laptops.
HP Pavilion is a laptop series with innovative features in them. They are offered with Intel Pentium M 1.5 GHz and a memory of 512.0 MB. Hibernate mode in the computer might face with some issues. Some times you might find that there is no Hibernate option when you attempt to shut down your system, and Hibernate tab disappeared in the Power Options tool in Control Panel. In other cases, Hibernate mode is not obtainable when you start your system in Safe mode. This issue is caused due to design because the Standard Display Adapter driver is loaded as you start your system in Safe mode. This problem might also happen as you have a third-party OEM device driver or service set up on your system.
Role of hibernate mode
Features of hibernate mode
Benefits of hibernate mode
- Role of hibernate mode
This is the power management mode that saves power by powering down the computer. Hibernate mode in a portable system that provides a faster resumption of operation than standard when turned back on. As soon as hibernation mode is activated, all present applications running in memory get saved, and the system is turned off. After resuming, the earlier state of memory is read from disk, and the system appears correctly as it acts before hibernation.
- Features of hibernate mode
Hibernate mode is almost same as to the sleeping mode, however in sleep mode the power could not get shut off. After you choose Hibernate, the system saves the current state of the computer from the RAM and then shuts down. As the system is restarted, the earlier saved state is automatically loaded into the RAM. The windows and running programs from the earlier session appear just as they were when the system is entered Hibernate mode.
- Benefits of hibernate mode
This mode is especially useful for laptop computers, which could gradually lose their battery charge if they are in the sleep mode. Hibernation is a power-saving state as it creates no drain on the battery. Hibernation mode could save the open documents and programs and then turns off the system. Hibernation makes use of the least amount of power by copying system data to a reserved area on the hard drive, and then fully turning off the system. When the system leave from hibernate mode, the computer is reinstated to the condition that was before entering hibernate mode.