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entremess
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Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

Whenever system (win 10)  turn into  sleep/hibernation mode, after it it massive slowdown, its not possible to ue it, until making it off...is there any sollution?

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Re: Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

Hello Entremess,

Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.

 

There doesn`t really seem to be any clear reason yet for this, personally not experienced this problem myself.

Check out this "Knowledge Base" article, it is a different unit, but it coud help with speeding things up after the sleep/ hybernation.

 

Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.


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Re: Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

Addition to Krakken, actually your computer eventually goes into a state called Hibernation when you put the computer to sleep.  

 

Sleep is a low power state in which running applications and documents in memory remain stored in RAM, while the computer goes to a low power state, but is essentially still on.     Hibernation is different in that it uses a file hidden on the hard drive called Hiberfil.sys, to store running programs and open documents in memory on the HD so the computer can completely power off. 

 

The problem is that the hiberfil.sys can be rather large (6GB or so) and if corrupted, can cause issues, so I would recommend the steps below to disable and re-enable hibernation and thus rebuild the hiberfil.sys file.  

No reboot is required, just wait for the command prompt to return, and then you can re-enable hibernation 

 

To turn hibernation OFF, follow these steps:

Right click Start, and select Command Prompt (Admin)

When you are prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

At the command prompt, type:   powercfg.exe -h off  and then press Enter.

Type exit, and then press Enter to close the Command Prompt window.

 

To turn hibernation ON, follow these steps:

Right click Start, and select Command Prompt (Admin)

When you are prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

At the command prompt, type:   powercfg.exe -h on  and then press Enter.

Type exit, and then press Enter to close the Command Prompt window.

 

The settings for how long to remain in the sleep state before hibernating are configured via the Power Options >> Change advanced power setting >> Sleep, and typically vary depending on when the computer is plugged in or on battery.  

 

Typically if you are on battery, it is best to have it hibernate immediately and skip sleep altogether, since often that means it is mobile (being stuffed in a bag or backpack and on the move), and writing the hiberfil.sys file to a spinning HD while mobile is not a good idea. 

 

If it is plugged in and sitting on a desk, then remaining in a sleep state is not a big deal, since with a laptop, even if you lose AC power you still have the battery to maintain the state in RAM.

 

There is another mode called Hybrid Sleep that is typically setup on desktops.   Its combines both sleep and hibernation; storing programs and documents in memory to the HD before entering a low power state like sleep, which is a good thing should the power go out with no batter to sustain the current state in RAM.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

 

 

 

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Re: Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

Did the issue get resolved?     

 

 

 

 

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Re: Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

if this sollution was that i just should turn off hibernation mode, i haven`t tried because from my point of view i should have full operational computer that can use all possible option

 

But i tried to turn off and again turn on hibernation option, it doesn`t help.

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Re: Yoga 710 massive slowdown after sleep/hiberantion mode

I would recommend contacting Lenovo service centres and applying the normal phone techniques to get it replaced promptly.

 

Schedule a Call-back for faster support

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During business hours, you may also engage with live chat support.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

 

 

 

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