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Chameleon 2.0RC1 and RC2 prevents sleep - on Windows!

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The hexedit solution does work.. Win7 is set as active partition, and Chameleon still boots. Sleep and Hibernate work in Win7 for me on my Lenovo S10 netbook. Im using a GUID partition scheme, OSX installed first on second partition, win7 on primary partition and a 3rd shared partition just for space.

However, my computer doesnt goto sleep, THEN hibernate after X amount of minutes like it did when I only had Win7 on here. It just sleeps and sleeps and sleeps.  Truely seems like all my settings are correct. Like I said.. hibernate at least works now, but just not fully the way it used to.

Any suggestions? Can you other guys that got this working help out and let me know if your laptops/netbooks do this?

Gringo Vermelho:
You want "Hybrid Sleep".

Is it enabled in your Windows 7 power management profile?

Nope, I will enable it and check back..

No luck using the "hybrid sleep" option.  I had that enabled, and have "hibernate after.. on battery" on 1 minute. It just sleeps and sleeps. Never goes to hibernate automatically.

Also, hybrid sleep is NOT the answer to this hibernation problem.  Hybrid sleep sleeps just like the regular sleep setting does, but it ALSO saves to hard disk like a hibernation.  From what I have seen on my Lenovo netbook is that resuming from hybrid sleep is extremely slow and hd intensive. It took 5+ min to get back to windows.

I just want my "hibernate after" setting to work correctly.


--- Quote from: spongemak on October 27, 2009, 10:24:46 PM ---I found the solution for this problem, I upgraded my vista with windows 7 and had no issues with chameleon and sleep, however I did a clean install of windows 7 and started to have this problem, I found the solution is disabling hibernate or hibryd sleep in windows 7.

To disable Hibernate in command prompt, type powercfg -h off and press enter.

I guess Windows tries to use hibryd sleep or hibernate with the active or boot partition, and that cuases the problem, also makes windows unstable.

This problem has nothing to do with chameleon, is a problem from windows and leopard by it self, if you are having problems with leopard probably is some driver o your dsdt.aml

--- End quote ---

This solution is always been under my nose but i've never seen it; it has solved my needs, easily and with no efforts at all ;)


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