01-21-2015 02:01 PM - edited 01-21-2015 02:03 PM
Amy_Lenovo was pretty clear - due to some STUPID political reasons her case is not accepted.
I'm glad that I've spent my money for relatively cheap ThinkPad, like E series. Can you imagine having the same problems with T or X series?
Also in case someone from Lenovo cares - my next laptop won't be Lenovo! Excellent hardware with crappy support!
01-21-2015 02:08 PM
01-21-2015 04:02 PM
My point in post
is that Amy_Lenovo could have interpreted Lenovo's linux support page wrong, so we may have still a chance. However, she hasn't responded yet.
That's my hope as well. Even if the diagram wasn't misinterpreted there, if you look farther up you will see that there is no model number attached to the e440 linux support. Since they share a bios and the e440 is also affected, hopefully they will be able to take note.
01-21-2015 09:26 PM
i still have suspend/resume issue on my e440 and 2.17 bios. I'm here to test any new bios or provide info with my notebook, i really need a fix, i hate the need to turn usb3 off in bios to get it working :@.
02-06-2015 09:01 AM
02-11-2015 01:23 PM
Just an update to share that there is no news yet on my request for support to have suspend/resume in Linux repaired for E440/E540.
If I receive an official rejection, or positive news, I will share it here.
Thank you for your continued patience,
02-17-2015 11:45 PM - edited 02-17-2015 11:46 PM
The "Disable USB 3.0 in BIOS" workaround was not straightforward on my E440 laptop (brand new purchased 11 days ago). It didn't work at all on my existing Ubuntu 14 installation
I had to perform the following steps to 100% (so far) solve the issue on my machine (E440 laptop, existing Ubuntu 14 installation, BIOS version 2.16)
Does anyone have insight into why "enabled USB 3.0" behavior would persist in Ubuntu 14 after it was explicitly disabled in BIOS? I'm happy to have solved the problem, but I'd love to understand why the change wasn't effective without a re-install of Ubuntu.
02-26-2015 07:52 AM - edited 02-26-2015 07:57 AM
looks like there is new BIOS version - 2.17. Unfortunately my laptop is at home. Anyone willing to test it? I do hope there is a fix for the linux users out there!
Very important fix. Great work, Lenovo!
At least there is a chance for me to be able to flash it this time