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Old 10th June 2008, 08:55 PM
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Laptop Suspend/Resume Issue

Hi all,
I've got F9 installed on my Dell 1420 laptop, and I have a serious issue: When I suspend the laptop, either through the menu or by closing the laptop lip, after opening the lid or pressing the power button to resume, neither the keyboard or mouse work. The computer is still responding, because if I just press the power button for a second after resume, it asks if I want to shut down. I'm comfortable digging around, if need be - I've been using some Linux (Ubuntu for a while, even FC6 some time ago) for several years now.

Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
Antec 500W psu
AMD 4600+ Socket AM2
2 250GB Seagates, Raid 0
2GB DD2 800 SuperTalent CL4 RAM
Nvidia 7900GTX
2 Samsung Syncmaster 730B on DVI connections
All wrapped up in a Coolermaster Centurion 5 case with blue trim
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