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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 6:51 AM

Di, hibernation time depends on some circumstancies.

It's a process that copies all your RAM data on special file on HDD, so, more RAM you have - longer the process. Besides, if your HDD is fragmented then this process can take even more time.

 

Maybe it will be easier for you to look  through this Russian forum about Ideapads?

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 7:44 AM

Thanks skipatch for replying!

My Lenovo 3000 g410m-mm has little RAM - 1gb.

The HDD was just formated and not used therefore is not fragmented.

Can going to the hibernation be slow because the ACPI\VPC2004 driver for my Vista 64 is not installed?

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Dmitry

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 7:57 AM

My girl owns exact that model. I upgraded RAM to 3 gb and hibernation takes less than a minute - like 30 seconds. Vista Home Basic 32-bit.

 

I can't agree with you that freshly installed OS is not fragmented - you can see it by yourself running any defragger (not Vista built-in).

Also I doubt that this issue with hibernation is about ACPI, because ACPI handles S1/S3 levels of sleep (zhdushij rezhim in XP, spiashij in Vista). Hibernation (spiashij rezhim in XP and gibernatsija in Vista) is another process.

 

But I can't tell for sure and therefore this question remains opened.

Did you try to install/reinstall Energycut driver(software)?

 

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Sergej

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 8:03 AM

Thanks Sergej for your reply!

Yes, I did install Energycut driver(software) from the beginning. It looks like the Energycut driver is 32 bit. My Vista is 64.

Do you agree with sibagy that the lack of the ACPI\VPC2004 driver causes a battery to discharge in an hour?

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Dmitry

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 9:04 AM

Di, yes, I suggest that's the thing to check. 

Seems like Lenovo doesn't provide enough 64-bit drivers for Ideapads =(

Did you try to call support and ask them?

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 9:09 AM

Thanks Sergej for your answer!

Yes, I did call support and asked them. Sergej in the call support said that they had not heard about the lack of the driver. He asked for a serial number which I do not have right now. I will see it in the evening.

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-26, 9:30 AM

Funny =)

Seems like only Sergejs are in support.

If there's any update on situation please report here.

 

See you,

Sergej :robothappy:

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-29, 6:27 AM

Any news on an updated driver for this situation yet? It's the only one I can't find/install after upgrading to 64-bit Vista Ultimate.

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-29, 6:56 AM

look slike there is no solution! :smileymad:

 

even the support does not know about this!

 

right now i have to leave with this ridiculous 60 minutes batery life....

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Re: ACPI\VPC2004

2008-08-29, 6:57 AM

The news is that Lenovo support actually knows about the need for the driver for 64-bit Windows many months already, but is reluctant to write the driver. It looks like they want customers to buy their new pricier notebooks for a 64-bit Windows support.

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