R: [Bug 301353] Re: HP Pavilion dv5: ATA exception on resume from suspend

Icarosaurus giuschet at yahoo.it
Sat May 30 08:08:08 UTC 2009


I confirm that the crackling sounds on reboot are gone for me.

My delay in resume is caused by the dvb-usb card. Removing the driver
module speeds up the resume making it almost immediate.

Does anyone know the solution? the driver complains about the firmware,
but it is regularly loaded at boot.

I also see messages about bluetooth on resume. Is any message shown at
resume, for you all?

I'll try to catch those messages and be more detailed.

--- Sab 30/5/09, jonbonjovi <jonbonjovi_84 at yahoo.it> ha scritto:

Da: jonbonjovi <jonbonjovi_84 at yahoo.it>
Oggetto: [Bug 301353] Re: HP Pavilion dv5: ATA exception on resume from suspend
A: giuschet at yahoo.it
Data: Sabato 30 maggio 2009, 00:14

I can confirm that the BIOS update solved the suspend/resume problem.
And also the multimedia buttons (I don't know how to define them, my
english doesn't reach so far...) at the top of keyboard are working a
little better (before, changing the volume had become a really serious
ability proof!). Now I'm waiting only for the cracking/static noise from
speaker on reboot to be solved...any solution for that yet?

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