The solution is simple to disable or customize the hibernate in windows 7!
1.) ... Enable, disable, customize, the sleep via cmd.exe command powercfg (Win 7)!
2.) ... Turn off/on Hibernate or Sleep in Windows 7 via Power Options!
3.) ... Disable sleep in windows 7 temporarily!
Windows-7 cmd.exe in admin mode!
* Enable Hibernate in Windows 7
In the command prompt type: powercfg -h on
* Disable Hibernate in Windows 7
In the command prompt type: powercfg -h off
control.exe /name Microsoft.PowerOptions and press enter, to open the Power Options directly.
or enter in the in the ms-explorer address-bar Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options!
in Power Options click "change plan settings" (... see Image-1 Arrow-1)
and "change advanced power settings" scroll down to point "Hibernate after" and set to Never!
(... see Image-2 Arrow 1 and 2)
Your user rights, restrictions imposed by your system administrator or your Windows-7 computer's hardware configuration, might limit which settings you can change. If your computer is part of a network at an organization—such as a school or business—your organization's system administrator might have disabled or even removed certain settings by using Group Policy. If you think that Group Policy is preventing you from changing a setting that you need to change, contact your system Windows-7 administrator.
To change power settings on a computer that you're connected to by using Remote Desktop Connection, you must be logged on as an Windows-7 administrator on the remote computer.
Even if the programs in Windows-7 are working and have not completed their job. This problem can be solved with the powerfully freeware Don't Sleep, without disable or change the energy saving features.
If you don't have the freeware Don't Sleep, please download it: ... download DontSleep
FAQ 94: Updated on: March 23th 2014 22:09