Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1023530
radeon driver modules crash on HP Pavilion G6-2302AX when suspended
Last modified: 2015-02-17 12:48:46 EST
Description of problem:
(Bug 1) When Fedora 19 is installed in HP Pavilion G6-2302AX, there is a graphics bug whole time(since installation) till i removed the default radeon driver and installed Proprietary ATI Radeon Graphics Driver(fglrx). The bug was like irregular drawing of the view port and random intervals and random parts of screen.
(Bug 2) But the main bug was found when I suspend the lap. When i try to resume it, the screen was blank and no keys were working. The was a case even after installing the original Proprietary ATI Radeon Driver for the ATI Radeon HD 7640 card & AMD A4 Processor. Although it solved the screen rendering bug, but the suspending bug exist. As I diagnosed the issue, it was the graphics module that was crashing when suspending. Both radeon(Default) module and fglrx(Proprietary) module are affected with same bug. After applying some commons fixes found in fedora bugs and some forums, i was able to get response from CAPSLOCK key when try to resume. But the screen was still blank.
(Bug 1) Use default radeon driver on HP Pavilion G6-2302AX.
(Bug 2) Its always there
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to Fedora 19
(Bug 1) Unusual random distortion on parts of screen
(Bug 2) Blank Screen
Resume fedora as normal after suspending
HP Pavilion G6-2302AX Spec:-
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