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(Solved) - restart and hibernate command

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  • Started 6 years ago by kake
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kake
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What command do I have to use to restart the computer and then automatically hibernate?

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LH
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That would be another batch (.bat) file.

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kake
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Is it not possible from the command line? It would be easier.

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LH
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Of course. But if you are running more than 1 command, you have to do it in a batch file.

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raphoenix
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kake,
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Win7 should NOT be in Volatile Bootup State when you want to Hibernate.
Best to let it stabilize and then do manual sleep modes [ if required ].
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Some ideas for making shortcuts to do most anything. (Bottom of Page Also)
http://www.sevenforums.com/tut.....reate.html
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Regards,
Rick P.

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kake
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ok, thanks rick! I'm just a little bit lazy. :)

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LH
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So I noticed.

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raphoenix
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kake,
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No not really. (LOL) (LOL)
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Just have to really Tweak Win7 to get it moving on like "ole" XP or 2K. :)
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Best Regards,
Rick P.

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kake
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Hah :D

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