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    lost command for hybernating-powercfg

    i lost my comman for hybernation of windows 10.
    isnt it in windows powershell as administator?
    powercfg /h -type /restricted
    and /full to change to full

    or: where to look if windowsupdate had set it back. or wouldnt it be done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by europanorama View Post
    i lost my comman for hybernation of windows 10.
    isnt it in windows powershell as administator?
    powercfg /h /type restricted
    and /full to change to full

    or: where to look if windowsupdate had set it back. or wouldnt it be done?
    (added / to type)
    removed / from restricted see latest link below
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    powercfg settings

    i couldnt find type and restricted there.
    here it is:
    https://superuser.com/questions/7462...f-hiberfil-sys
    On Windows 11 to set half the size, use powercfg /h /type reduced and powercfg /h /type full for normal size.
    where to check if it had been reset to full?
    Last edited by europanorama; 10-13-2022 at 10:40 AM. Reason: SOLVED
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    since i had a restart-blocker i though my restriction had been altered.
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    hibernation nonworking anymore.
    since i only have home-version not pro and enterprise i cannot go deeper to change group directions.
    was switching between the two powercfg option above.
    now switched to powercfg /h /type full from reduced.
    ultrabook seems not going down. or i err. its going only will not shut down completely which i would like to be done.
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    Run the following two commands at an elevated CMD prompt, pressing [Enter] after each:

    powercfg.exe /hibernate off

    shutdown /s /t 0 /f

    BTW that character between the "/t" and "/f" is a Zero, not an "O"h.

    /s = shutdown (use /r for reboot)
    /t = time (of Zero "0" seconds to wait)
    /f = force

    To see more shutdown options, type:

    shutdown /?

    and press [Enter]

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    immediate shut down after second command.
    how can i make auto shutdown after certain unused time?
    have lately made acer taking over. but who knows if i have also deleted a bit later what adwcleaner advised-acer findings.
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    Change the "0" (Zero) to whatever number of seconds you want it to wait before shutting it down.

    Use "shutdown /?" (without the double-quotes) to see more available options.

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    poweroff found. but not yet found the right options. shutting down after x seconds of no-actions.
    shutdown better alternative?
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    going back to win7. there i could set it up. inactivity-shutting down. or body-sensor.
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    C:\WINDOWS\system32>powercfg.exe /?

    POWERCFG /COMMAND [ARGUMENTS]

    Description:
    Enables users to control power settings on a local system.

    For detailed command and option information, run "POWERCFG /? <COMMAND>"

    Command List:
    /LIST, /L Lists all power schemes.

    /QUERY, /Q Displays the contents of a power scheme.

    /CHANGE, /X Modifies a setting value in the current power scheme.

    /CHANGENAME Modifies the name and description of a power scheme.

    /DUPLICATESCHEME Duplicates a power scheme.

    /DELETE, /D Deletes a power scheme.

    /DELETESETTING Deletes a power setting.

    /SETACTIVE, /S Makes a power scheme active on the system.

    /GETACTIVESCHEME Retrieves the currently active power scheme.

    /SETACVALUEINDEX Sets the value associated with a power setting
    while the system is powered by AC power.

    /SETDCVALUEINDEX Sets the value associated with a power setting
    while the system is powered by DC power.

    /IMPORT Imports all power settings from a file.

    /EXPORT Exports a power scheme to a file.

    /ALIASES Displays all aliases and their corresponding GUIDs.

    /GETSECURITYDESCRIPTOR
    Gets a security descriptor associated with a specified
    power setting, power scheme, or action.

    /SETSECURITYDESCRIPTOR
    Sets a security descriptor associated with a
    power setting, power scheme, or action.

    /HIBERNATE, /H Enables and disables the hibernate feature.

    /AVAILABLESLEEPSTATES, /A
    Reports the sleep states available on the system.

    /DEVICEQUERY Returns a list of devices that meet specified criteria.

    /DEVICEENABLEWAKE Enables a device to wake the system from a sleep state.

    /DEVICEDISABLEWAKE Disables a device from waking the system from a sleep
    state.

    /LASTWAKE Reports information about what woke the system from the
    last sleep transition.

    /WAKETIMERS Enumerates active wake timers.

    /REQUESTS Enumerates application and driver Power Requests.

    /REQUESTSOVERRIDE Sets a Power Request override for a particular Process,
    Service, or Driver.

    /ENERGY Analyzes the system for common energy-efficiency and
    battery life problems.

    /BATTERYREPORT Generates a report of battery usage.

    /SLEEPSTUDY Generates a diagnostic system power transition report.

    /SRUMUTIL Dumps Energy Estimation data from System Resource Usage
    Monitor (SRUM).

    /SYSTEMSLEEPDIAGNOSTICS
    Generates a diagnostic report of system sleep transitions.

    /SYSTEMPOWERREPORT Generates a diagnostic system power transition report.

    /POWERTHROTTLING Control power throttling for an application.



    C:\WINDOWS\system32>

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    was going back to full since couldnt rewaking up easily.
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