[PBT_APMRESUMECRITICAL is available for use in the operating systems specified in the Requirements section. Support for this event was removed in Windows Vista. Use PBT_APMRESUMEAUTOMATIC instead.]
Notifies applications that the system has resumed operation. This event can indicate that some or all applications did not receive a PBT_APMSUSPEND event. For example, this event can be broadcast after a critical suspension caused by a failing battery.
A window receives this event through the WM_POWERBROADCAST message. The wParam and lParam parameters are set as described following.
LRESULT CALLBACK WindowProc( HWND hwnd, // handle to window UINT uMsg, // WM_POWERBROADCAST WPARAM wParam, // PBT_APMRESUMECRITICAL LPARAM lParam); // zero
A handle to window.
- 536 (0x218)
- 6 (0x6)
Reserved; must be zero.
No return value.
Because a critical suspension occurs without prior notification, resources and data previously available may not be present when the application receives this event. The application should attempt to restore its state to the best of its ability. While in a critical suspension, the system maintains the state of the DRAM and local hard disks, but may not maintain net connections. An application may need to take action with respect to files that were open on the network before critical suspension.
Minimum supported client
|Windows XP [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]|
End of client support
End of server support
|Windows Server 2003|
Build date: 10/26/2012