Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 275401
Suspend Problems - Hp-NX7400-RH615 LAPTOP
Last modified: 2008-11-30 15:54:42 EST
Description of problem:On resume from suspend the screen backlight is so bright
you will feel it's about to burn out,
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):The KDE-live cd
How reproducible:Boot the notebook from live cd, I used copy to ram, and from
KDE desktop click on menu logout and choose suspend computer, The notebook
suspends and then press power button to resume
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual results:Display turns to brightest and Fn + f9/f10 does not produce any
Expected results: System should resume to the state it was ahen suspended
Additional info:see my dmesg results check out the last portion
Created attachment 185361 [details]
dmesg results also shows the wireless card doesnt work
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I have upgraded to Bios F.OE and also this seems to be fixed in fedora10