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Author Topic: Why does my computer refuse to hibernate properly if I have my hub plugged in?  (Read 2121 times)

Offline spampot

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Greetings everybody ;D

If I have my USB2.0 hub plugged in and try to hibernate my pc it goes through the correct process but when it comes to the point where it should turn off, it immediately comes back on and starts booting (like it would if I had just pressed the power button) - the only way to stop it doing this is a) unplug the hub or b) turn the power off manually when the hibernation process is complete.