FIX: Windows 10 failed to resume from hibernation
Many users of Windows 10 reported that their computers would not resume from hibernation. This problem has affected users since the first version of Windows 10 was launched.
There are also a lot of error codes that appear on the screen when the problem occurs, including 0xC000009A error, 0xc0000001, or 0xc000007b 0xc0000411 error.
How to fix Windows 10 fails to resume from hibernation.
1. Turn off the Ethernet connection
Many users assert that disabling the Ethernet connection when waking the computer reduces the number of cases where this problem occurs.
As simple as this solution may seem, it works wonders.
2. Remove the battery and AC adapter multiple times
Trying to remove the battery and AC adapter. Then reinsert the battery and boot the device without connecting the power cord. When a hibernating screen appears, remove the battery again and reboot it to use a power cord. Then boot the device only using the battery.
So, here are step-by-step:
- Disconnect the power and boot your computer using only the battery of your laptop. The hibernating screen will appear shortly.
- Turn off the computer by pressing the power around for about 10 seconds.
- Remove the battery and plug the power cord.
- Boot your computer. The hibernating screen will appear again.
- Unplug the power cord. Do not press the power button. Quite annoying power supply for your laptop.
- Insert the batteries again, press the power button to start your laptop.
- This time, the login screen to be available.
3. Check the disk for errors
Start Command Prompt as an administrator and type chkdsk C: / f command, followed by entering. Replace C with the first letter of your hard drive partitions.
As a quick reminder, if you do not utilize the / f parameter, chkdsk displays a message that the file needs to be repaired but did not correct the error. The chkdsk D: command detecting / f and fixes the logical problems that affect your drive. Then run the parameter / r also for improvement of physical issues.