N/APosted on - 07/01/2011
I was doing system hibernating and it's a struggle for me to continue with it since I can't proceed to access its features.I try it with the windows of ''Power Management Control Panel'', error message phrasing that the Power Policy Manager cannot hibernate to reserve. Its process unable to access the file for it is already used by another application. Please a little help with this.
Error encountered in system hibernating
Hello, your encountering a problem with an easy solution. I hope these steps i'll give will help you.
First, proceed to C:Drive, opening Tools and selecting Folder Option will follows. Next thing is clicking the option of radio which Shows hidden files and folders and be sure that is enabled. Go down below of it to ensure the Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) is also enabled and resetting is done only if hibernating works already. Observe with the window of your C:drive, you will find there hiberfil file of 1GB which you need to detach. With this action, you need to make another hibernate text document since it's obviously you have files of hibernation system which is separated with the text document where it is derived from.
Windows then, will read it thus another hiberfil.sys file will make. Further steps, on your C:drive right click it and select New and make one new text document. Named it hiberfil.sys and hit enter keys. Keenly observe that presence of both hiberfil.sys and hiberfil is a must, if one is absent you need to exit C:drive and open it again. Progress with the procedure will took place then, you need to open up start menu and then click the settings following the Control panel and select Power options and enable hibernation. I hope you made it successful.