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Windows 7 Hibernation problem

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OH Smeg

But something is actually running so do you have the Task Manager open to see what the CPU and so on are actually doing?

As for Advanced System Care it's OK but I wouldn't use that to believe that there are no Registry Errors just that it isn't bright enough to find them, but then again I don't really trust any Registry Tools all that much either. When you install Software it causes issues with the Registry and that is just a fact of life with Windows.

What I really think is happening here is some software that you have installed is taking a lot of System resources and running whatever it does when the system comes out of Hibernation. It's a fairly common issue with Windows and is nothing new but very galling to actually find.