Hibernate always changing to standby mode Tags: Laptops Hibernate Computers Windows XP Last response: April 28, 2010 2:43 AM in Windows XP Share ndipicus April 27, 2010 8:32:30 PM Hello, whenever i set my laptop to hibernate when i press the power button or close the lid of the computer, it always changes my settings to standby mode. what can i do to stop this? More about : hibernate changing standby mode digitalprospecter April 28, 2010 2:43:52 AM This solution worked for a user a couple of years ago. Log in as a different user (create one if necessary) and export every registry key relating to Powercfg. Log back on as your account and merge the exported keys back into the registry. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Problem with turning of the computer and standby/hibernate mode! Forum Win2000 and Standby/Hibernate mode Forum ports/keyboard preventing hibernation and standby mode Forum Hibernation/ Standby Mode Forum SolvedAsus Z87-K Standby LED Always on Forum Windows 8.1 goes to standby/hibernate when i click SHUT DOWN Forum Solvedmy computer exits by itself from Hibernate mode. and I don't know why :( Forum SolvedComputer Won't Always Hibernate/Sleep Forum Standby/Hibernate in XP not working Forum SolvedWhile browsing the web. Monitor goes into standby mode, then power on light appears (green). The screen remains black though! Forum Solvedcomputer turns on screen doesnt come off the standby mode Forum SolvedWhy my monitor wont go out of standby mode Forum Asus MB & Antec25 PS - Problem returning from Standby & Hibernate Forum SolvedHibernate mode doesnt work correctly. Forum SolvedCan't get monitor out of standby mode. Forum SolvedRalink Adapter always in g mode - giving slow speeds Forum Hibernate Mode with SSD Forum My computer is in hibernate mode every time I turn it in it goes to a black screen with a white blinking underscore how do I g Forum New Case Hibernate/Standby Perplexity Button Forum SolvedHibernate mode fails- wakes up unasked Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !