Sleep Manager automatically checks the system
configuration and displays the recommended size. The
drive where the space will be created is defined by the
system and will be the first available logical drive which has
the requested contiguous free disk space on it. The
recommended size is the minimum size needed to save the
current system status.
If the program cannot find the required space on the hard
disk during the space creation process, it shows a message
box to inform the user.
Not Enough Space for Allocation
This is an error message that may appear when Sleep
Manager is creating the hibernation file. There are several
different reasons that may cause this error.
One reason is that the size of the free disk space on your
hard disk is less than the required size. For example, if the
onboard memory is 32MB and the video memory is 2MB,
the total free disk space required will be around 34MB. If
the total free disk space is less than this, the user has to
free up space on his hard disk.
Chapter 5 Software