Computer VERY long time to resume from hibernate?

Lord, please help in solving this problem: desktop with Win7 comes out of hibernation for about 10-15 minutes. All this time the monitor works and shows animated logo Win. Most remarkable: the work of the Winchester. In normal mode, light activity burns bright when accessing the hard drive. And when you exit hibernation if the bulb works with high frequency of cycles "on-off", flickers dimly.

This is a problem with hibernate not depend on running programs to sleep the computer, everything is repeated, even if the computer was soupernatural. Update drivers on a chipset did not help. I suspect that the problem is software, but have no idea what it could be.
October 3rd 19 at 03:49
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October 3rd 19 at 03:51
And there may be a problem with the screw. If it is the HDD try it proceniti on the subject of bad blocks. And look at what is written in SMART.
I don't expect BB to screw, because in Win 7 it displays a notification (was at me such screw, notifications ignored, I thought that OS rages, eventually lost all the photos over four years) and the author would understand what it is.

Logically, if a read happens when you hibernate for so long, then to use a browser, conductor and moreover watch movies provided would be very tedious, waiting for razlucivanje system. The truth may be that the hibernation file is written in a bad sector and everything else is read on hurrah. Such case, you can check the disable hibernation, delete the hibernation file (its size depends on RAM size) and then to enable hibernation. The imprint of memory saved in a different location on the HDD and there already be seen. - dena.Turcot commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:54
Richimillka:

I have had a case too with W7. BB began to appear on the screw. No system notifications didn't show me, just some files and began to read in sooo long and slow, and break off in the end. At the same time, when reading was observed a similar effect โ€” the activity light was blinking at a furious pace. I learned about BB only after a full test drive with the liveCD. - ella.Bartell28 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:57
October 3rd 19 at 03:53
Sorry for annoying all phrase, but as a variant of "reinstall Windows"
If you are interested in the problem, we see the memory dump, you can try to increase it, or to make a disk defragmentation, or indeed to look for a problem in the software. For example, it may interfere with the same antivirus that checks any highly compressed files until you're blue (to do this, disable the antivirus service, not the shell)
October 3rd 19 at 03:55
When hibernation memory dump is dumped into a single file continuous space, i.e. not fragmented, as the paging file. Boot with LiveCD and look SMART HDD any utility, remove from the Central file of hibernate. When you boot Windows will create it again and most likely in a new place. Check the result.
Good luck.
October 3rd 19 at 03:57
Be sure to check the hard disk. I have W7 did not report anything even when rebooted, and I barely managed to copy the files. If the hard drive more than 3 years, the probability of failure increases significantly.
October 3rd 19 at 03:59
Scanned for viruses, install all updates on the OS, remove the extra set of p/o, perform disk defragmentation.
the second variant โ€” to buy a ssd and put a clean OS already on it.
even on ssd pozaproshlogodnie ago that the cold start time, out of hibernation will be a couple of seconds.
well, and other profits, like instant start of a browser with a couple dozen tabs
October 3rd 19 at 04:01
The same problem was with Windows 7 after changing motherboard and CPU (fx-8300 + mb ASUS m5a97)! Rebooting worked fine, but with the release of the hibernation problem.. the computer freezes at the moment of appearance of logo Windows, faintly lit up a light bulb and a minute or two retarded, then brightly light up the hdd light and download a couple of seconds in normal mode. Is the ssd under system.
Updating drivers, BIOS have not helped. On Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 this is not a problem.
Long suffered, eventually moved on 10ะบัƒ!

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