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Scritto da Marco Rossi   
Sabato 07 Agosto 2010 06:31

The stupid thing about this (Win7) is that in WinXP you used to be able to disable this directly from Control Panel > Power Options … just uncheck “hibernate”, and it would go away. But in Win 7, even though you disable hibernate in power profiles (IE: Hibernate = Never), it still keeps this damn file around. You have to manually hack it via the command line.

For folks finding it annoying opening the cmd as admin, an alternate method would be to

1) Create a new .txt file
2) Copy/paste “powercfg.exe -h off” into it
3) Save As or Rename the file to “power.bat”
4) Right-click on it
5) Choose “Run as admin”

That will fire off the command as a batch file in admin mode and do the exact same thing. When you’re done, you can delete the file, or right-click edit the file to “powercfg.exe -h on” and keep the file some where in case you want to turn it back on some day.