09-02-2011 07:07 AM
FWIW, like others experience on Windows, resume from hibernate seems to work fine on Ubuntu here, its just the resume from Suspend that is problematic
09-06-2011 12:42 PM
the forum moderator (charged with keeping things civil) has mentioned that Jamesz has escalated this issue to someone/some department in Lenovo. My cynical nature would suggest that the wheel is not squeeking enough to warrant a solution by Lenovo. My guess is that they direct their efforts toward new hardware development and the code necessary to make it/them work. If this were a Toyota unexpected acceleration issue, it might receive attention. But I suspect the bottomline is that this is a blip on the radar and not worthy of solution. Given the relatively short life-expectancy of laptops, they have bigger fish to fry and this problem will fade into laptop history and the bit bucket. (I hope this is civil enough that it won't be moved to the secure vault for bad-boys ;o)
09-06-2011 07:53 PM - edited 09-06-2011 09:04 PM
This issue was initially raised to engineering however they weren't able to replicate the problem at their end so they have recommended customers to update the Lenovo drivers and Windows drivers.
Knowledge base article for this
09-07-2011 12:44 PM
I have the same problem. I am running Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit and it does not happen when I take the laptop off the dock. It only happen when the laptop is on the dock for a period of time. I also noticed the two USB port on the left side do not work. I upgraded BIOS, and it didn't fix the problem. I changed the power plan also didn't fix. What the heck?
09-07-2011 01:20 PM
bummer on the USB ports! That's a major hassle. I'll try to be more observant relative to the dock. I travel so much that it doesn't spend much time there. I'm pretty hesitant to mess with anything since most of the problem is gone. I've dumped ALL the Lenovo OEM stuff other than the Thinkpad active protection system, and I wonder if I really need that.
Are you running a clean version of Win 7 Enterprise? That's what I'm using with all drivers provided by Windoze except the few from manufacturers (graphics and some Intel stuff).
09-08-2011 05:44 AM
Im not sure how many times I can say it - this isnt a Windows specific problem.
I'm using Ubuntu.
Advice to update Windows drivers is irrelevant and useless!
09-09-2011 12:01 AM
09-13-2011 09:19 AM - edited 09-13-2011 09:19 AM
Are you an official Lenovo rep? Because thats a pretty rude response to a customer.
In the same tone that you replied.....
If you took the time to read my posts in this very thread, you would have seen this post from me:
which clearly states that I had followed the advice related to reseating the RAM, using 1 stick etc...all to no avail.
I will contact the IBM service desk and arrange for a replacement.
10-28-2011 06:43 AM
I am having the same issue after updating the Bois and reinstalling Windows 7 and running Lenovo's System in order to update all my drivers.