I want to enable the sleep mode in the start menu. I can't find any option to do it.
I can change the option to logoff, Lock, shut down, Switch user and restart, but no option to sleep (hibernate). How can I add it?
I can add it from the action, of the sleep button, but not on the start menu.
I also can't see the hybrid sleep. There is only a simple sleep
How can I add the option?
EDIT : I have been able to find the hybrid mode, but is is still not possible to add the sleep in the menu
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:29 PM
- Edited by Marc Allard Tuesday, June 23, 2009 2:51 PM Added more information
can you check power options from control panel to check if sleep / hibernation option is disabled ?
also this option depends on the driver / display driver. Can you please let us know which display driver are you using on windows 2008 R2 server.
sainath !analyzeMonday, June 29, 2009 4:04 PM
In the power options, sleep is put at 60 Minutes, Hybrid sleep is on, and Hibernate is at 90 Minutes. Also, on my keyboard, there is a sleep button and it is working. I use the last drivers from AMD (Radeon 4350 ) Catalyst 9.6
The problem is that I can't make Hibernate / sleep appear instead of Shut down.
MarcTuesday, June 30, 2009 6:11 AM
can you test this behavior in windows 2008 without R2 , i was testing this morning on windows 2008 R2 and saw that sleep / hibernation tab is missing in my OS . But later i realized that this depends totally on the driver from our vendor.
which means vendor has to support windows 2008 sleep mode option.
sainath !analyzeTuesday, June 30, 2009 6:13 PM
I think that you missunderstood me.
The sleep / Hibernate / Hibrid sleep are working on the computer (2008 R2).
My computer can go to sleep and leave sleep with no problem. I had to do some tunings to avoid the computer waking up with no reason, but it is working.
The problem is that I can't assign these options to the start menu. These actions are working only on the sleep button (from the keyboard).
I need to do that beacause the Wake On Lan is not working when the computer is "shut downed" (S5). It is only working in sleep / Hibernate state (S3 and S4).
MarcWednesday, July 01, 2009 6:26 AM
Hello,I'm having the same problem: I can assign hibernate action in power profile configuration but this option is missing in start menu's power button.Did anyone find a solution?P.S. If you press Ctrl+Alt+Del and have a look at the power button which is there in the bottom right corner you'll notice “Sleep” and “Hibernate” options… Why did they removed them from the start menu? :(Sunday, November 29, 2009 9:10 AM