I have a shutdown /s -t 10320 command in place but i have hibernated my computer.

ara2vind

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I gave the command "Shutdown /s -t 10320" and than i hibernated(and also made it sleep a few times) my computer will this stop the countdown timer in the system and resume when i resume windows please answer
 

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That should be "shutdown -s", not /s. To abort, you need to issue the "shutdown -a"

Code:
Usage: shutdown [-i | -l | -s | -r | -a] [-f] [-m \\computername] [-t xx] [-c "c
omment"] [-d up:xx:yy]

        No args                 Display this message (same as -?)
        -i                      Display GUI interface, must be the first option
        -l                      Log off (cannot be used with -m option)
        -s                      Shutdown the computer
        -r                      Shutdown and restart the computer
        -a                      Abort a system shutdown
        -m \\computername       Remote computer to shutdown/restart/abort
        -t xx                   Set timeout for shutdown to xx seconds
        -c "comment"            Shutdown comment (maximum of 127 characters)
        -f                      Forces running applications to close without war
ning
        -d [u][p]:xx:yy         The reason code for the shutdown
                                u is the user code
                                p is a planned shutdown code
                                xx is the major reason code (positive integer le
ss than 256)
                                yy is the minor reason code (positive integer le
ss than 65536)
 

ara2vind

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Have you clearly understood my question?



My Question is if i give a Shutdown command in CMD as you said, when i hibernate or Sleep my computer will it stop the Countdown?

And FYI i am using a School computer so if i give the command in the morning after the given time the computer has to shutdown so in my case 10320 seconds was a test
 

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I beleive that sleeping or hibernating while waiting for a shutdown will override the shutdown, but why not just test that theory? Set the shutdown for 3 minutes, then put the computer to sleep. After 3 minutes, is the computer sleeping or powered off? If it's sleeping, wake it up and wait 3 more minutes. Is the computer off now?
 

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Thanks for the tip i will try it
 
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