2006-08-31

Hibernation Fix is now available from Microsoft

I just noticed that the fix for the hibernation problems that I was experiencing and had to contact Microsoft Product Support Services for is now available for download to those "customers running genuine Microsoft Windows".

The problem is detailed in Knowledge Base article 909095, The computer occasionally does not hibernate and you receive an "Insufficient System Resources Exist to Complete the API" error message in Windows XP with Service Pack 2, in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, or in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, and the fix is available here. One must validate Windows prior to downloading.

6 comments:

Zealus said...

Hey, great advice, thanks! Your post was among first results when I was looking for solution for exact same problem. Sounds like Microsoft is at its "640K should be enough for any program" again. :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the post.
it helps me :-)

Costa48 said...

Thanks a lot to you all.
I had the same issue.
You helped me, appreciated very much.

Pascal said...

THan you very much! After facing this issue for months, I decided to Google a little and - shazam! - I found your magical post.
Thanks,
Pascal

dee_ka said...

I downloaded that hotfix (KB909095) and installed it to my laptop. But after the installation, and i restart my laptop. I can't boot into windows. It always entering reboot loop (always entering boot option with option : safe mode, safe mode with command prompt, etc). Cold you please tell me what's wrong with my laptop? FYI my laptop spec : Dell inspiron 1440, 2GB of RAM, 320 GB SATA.
thx

«/\/\Ø|ö±ò\/»®© said...

Hi dee_ka,

Will the system successfully boot if you boot into safe mode? If so, can you use System Restore (http://bertk.mvps.org/html/safemode.html)?

Was there any error when you installed the hotfix?

Have you tried booting with the Last Known Good Configuration (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307852)?