Description of problem:
This problem occurs on the HP Pavilion TX2000z. The laptop is able to power down
properly when going into suspend, however, it cannot resume from suspend (the
screen is blank, caps-lock key does not toggle).
All the time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Press standby button in gnome menu or typing "pm-suspend" in terminal
2. Attempt to resume from standby
1. Unable to resume, blank screen (waited 10 minutes to be sure)
2. Caps lock key cannot toggle
3. Corruption of ext3 filesystem upon hard restart. Fedora installation becomes
completely unusable, cannot fix through fsck; high percentage of data loss.
1. Resumes properly
1. Latest stable kernels and packages
2. Tested with provided nv driver and nvidia driver from livna
Would you please report the output of:
lshal | egrep
Here you go:
system.firmware.version = 'F.07' (string)
system.hardware.product = 'HP Pavilion tx2000 Notebook PC' (string)
system.hardware.vendor = 'Hewlett-Packard' (string)
system.hardware.version = 'Rev 1' (string)
No power management quirks.
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