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To see the size of the current hibernation file, open a Command Prompt window and type the command
dir c:\hiberfil.sys /ah
To configure hibernation, you need to use the Powercfg command with the /h (for hibernation) switch. Open a Command Prompt window as an administrator and use any of the following commands:
Powercfg /h on This command enables the hibernation feature. To disable hibernation, change the parameter to off.
Powercfg /h /type reduced If you want to use the Windows Fast Startup feature but never need to hibernate, change the hibernation file type to reduced, which uses a fraction of the disk space of a normal hibernation file. To restore the hibernation file, change the /type parameter to full.
Powercfg /h /size nn Use this command to turn on hibernation and define the size of the hibernation file as a percentage of installed memory. In place of nn, enter a number between 40 and 100. Avoid setting this number so small that you're unable to fit the current contents of memory into the hibernation file.
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