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    Lenovo ThinkPad edge and suspend problem

    Hi,

    I have Lenovo ThinkPad edge 14 with core-i5 processor and ATI graphics wiht Ubuntu 10.4:
    2.6.32-25-generic-pae #43-Ubuntu SMP Wed Sep 1 11:17:51 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

    Problem is repeatable, systems goes suspend only 2 succeeding times, third suspend leads always to system hang.
    I searched many discussions around that topic, but nothing helped. I have newest BIOS (3th of Sep).
    I also tested mainline kernel 2.3.35 and 2.3.36. Behavior is different: in both cases suspend stopped working at all (pm_suspend is ignored and nothing happened). I can not see nothing in kern.log (no entries at all after issuing command).

    Best regards
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    Last edited by gstefan; September 13th, 2010 at 07:44 PM.

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    Re: Lenovo ThinkPad edge and suspend problem

    Hi gstefan,

    Others have reported the same problem (here and here) but no solution has been found yet.

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    Re: Lenovo ThinkPad edge and suspend problem

    hey gstefan,

    i have a lenovo edge 13" and had a similar problem.
    after second suspend everything stopped working, harddrives were mounted read-only, lots of errors in dmesg.

    tried making my own dsdt file, didnt help anything.
    changing sata-mode from ahci to compability in bios did the trick then, maybe this helps

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    Re: Lenovo ThinkPad edge and suspend problem

    Quote Originally Posted by konni View Post
    hey gstefan,

    i have a lenovo edge 13" and had a similar problem.
    after second suspend everything stopped working, harddrives were mounted read-only, lots of errors in dmesg.

    tried making my own dsdt file, didnt help anything.
    changing sata-mode from ahci to compability in bios did the trick then, maybe this helps
    IT WORKED, THANK YOU!

    But are you serious?? Why put the solution in the last sentence, I am sure it has been overlooked by many since your post gives the feeling that you failed to get it to work!

    Anyway thanks again!

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