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Unfortunately, hibernate doesn't work in many cases, which can cause you to lose data if you expect your documents and applications to re-open when you switch your computer back on. Therefore, hibernate is disabled by default. Test if hibernate works Note : Always save your work before hibernating You should save all of your work before hibernating the ...
I fixed it. Turns out my resume file wasn't updated to account for the new UUID! I followed everything in the link below and hibernation works again. http://askubuntu.com/a/196365/123256
I was just having an issue with my hibernation in Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon and came across this link. The article provides four potential reasons for hibernate not working and their solutions. For me, the wrong UUID was listed in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume. I have multiple swaps on my hard drive for other distributions, and the UUID displayed in the ...
Boot with windows and in cmd type powercfg -h off to disable hibernation and then try boot with Ubuntu this will fix. Also you can fix that from Ubuntu: Use sudo ntfsfix /dev/sdXY where XY is the partition name. ex:sda4. use gparted to find partition name.
How big is your swap? System may crash when hybernate because swap size is smaller than RAM size, so kubuntu can't copy it there.
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