SHOWING HIBERNATE ON SHUTDOWN
Hibernation mode in Windows XP is useful for putting your PC to sleep for extended periods, and quickly reviving it in the state that you left it, with the programs that you were using still open. However not all PCs display the Hibernate option when you click the Turn Off Computer button on the Start menu. This could be because Hibernate mode isnít enabled or supported.
To find out open Control Panel, OR open Desktop Property===>Screen Saver====> Power
Then the Hibernate tab (if displayed) and check ĎEnable Hibernationí, then OK.
If Hibernate still wonít appear on the shutdown dialogue box try pressing the Shift key and the Standby button should change to Hibernate. After a few shutdown and boot-up cycles the Hibernate button should become a permanent fixture and you will need to press Shift to make the Standby button appear.