07-09-2010 11:46 AM
Hi, I changed original Seagate drive in my MacBook Pro 15" and if I wake up Mac, I getting this error. And I must force shutdown my mac.
Hibernate restore error e00002ca"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1504.7.4/iokit/Kern
This happend every time. I can't use Hybernate mode.
08-17-2010 08:05 PM
I'm having the same problem, but with a new SSD drive (not Seagate)... how did you get the data onto your new drive? Some type of copy or is this a fresh install? What have you tried to fix the issue?
08-30-2010 08:12 AM
I'm also getting this problem. I've had a MAcbook Pro unibody for a while, I upgraded the 250gb that came in the machine recently to a 500gb Seagate Momentums XT.
I for the last year have been suspending/sleeping to disk, this way the machine is draining the battery while in sleep mode.
I think installed the new Momentus XT drive and clones the old drive to the new one. I immediately started having the resume/wakeup from disk process crash. Sometimes it crashed 1/4 into the the resume progress bar, other times it's 1/2 or 3/4 in.
I've tried repairing the disk and the permissions without much joy. I've also done a clean install of OS X but it still crashes on hiberate restore.
Other than that the drive works perfectly, I can't say there have been any problems other than this. The drive seems a little zippier than the 5400rpm one that was in there previously, the machine feels a little faster but nothing to write home about.
I've tried the pmset command in terminal and have tried the memory only, memory + disk and encrypted disk options without any luck. I've tried deleting the /var/vm/sleepimage file then setting pmset -a HIBERNATEMODE to 1 or 7, but still not luck.
I'm convinced it's something to do with this drive as I've never had this problem in all the hundred of times I've hibernated and restored from hibernation in the last year and a bit.
This for me is serious enough for me to think about returning the drive.
Can anyone help us?