Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 374931
Wrong suspend quirks for HP nx8220 laptop
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:53:34 EST
After a clean install of F8, cannot resume from suspend with HP nx8220
after taking a look at
I found that nx8220 was under the wrong section. It should be under the quirks
section where the HP nw8440 is listed.
After manually editing the file to correct this, my laptop now suspends and
An additional thing related to this problem is:
After resuming, everything works fine except for the laptop audio. It will
simply not produce any sound at all when doing something with audio...
One other thing I forget to mention. Apparently some F8 update now solved the
default quirks problem
Does this fix still need applying using F9? if so, please email the hal
development mailing list and we'll review your quirk there. Thanks.
No, on F9 it's working great with one exception. When I resume from suspend, I
loose all the sound. This also happened in F8. Can you advise here or should I
put this on a separate report?
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