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Hibernation file damaged in Win2K

By lasse_b-techrep ·
Sometimes when I or the phone brings the computer out of Hibernation, it stops with the msgs that the Hibernation file is damaged, and suggest me to continue to do a normal boot instead.
What to do about this ?? First of all; why is the file damaged ?? It seems to happen mostly after defragmenting the HD. But Defrag isn't even touching that file, or is it ??
Secondly; there must be a way to make it go do a "normal" boot by itself, instead of just hanging there for hours if itwas the phone that started the computer, and i'm not there ?! A Registry-tweak maybe, but where ??
Lasse B Lundin,
Stockholm, Sweden.

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This thelephony starting computer thing has been bothering me too.

Just until recently, I got the latest BIOS revision and voila, all of a sudden there was an option in BIOS to turn off wakeup from the modem.

I suggest you check for BIOS revisions and then turn this feature off in BIOS.

I have no idea if you can force it to automatically do a normal reboot.


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by lasse_b-techrep In reply to Hibernation file damaged ...

But i want the phone to start the computer :-)), since the phone is connected to a modem, and the modem received both voice and fax-msgs!
(And in my BIOS it's already possible to turn it off, i i wanted to. It's been possible ever since i got my first 486 even!)

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