Ok, so this makes no sense what-so-ever. My laptop was getting extremely cluttered so I did a clean install just to start it all over and installed Windows 7 64 bit ultimate. After doing this, for some reason, hibernation is a bit "faulty". When I put it in hibernation and bring it out, it just sits at a blank screen with a flashing underscore for a long time, at least several minutes, before it finally brings up a log-in screen. If I hit the power button while at the black screen and turn it back on, it comes right out of hibernation. I thought maybe installing ubuntu on it was somewhere causing this problem with the hibernation of Windows, but then I did another clean install and the issue still occurred even with a lone boot Windows. It's not the end of the world to have to sit there for several minutes or turn the computer on, off, and back on to get back into Windows. Any idea how to resolve this or what may be causing it? I can provide some more information, but the only thing that changed is I went from Windows 7 64 bit home premium to ultimate so I could finally just backup my computer to my network. Dumbest idea I think to take that option out of the lower versions.