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    Question Hibernation

    openSUSE was always the only distribution to reliably hibernate out tha box!
    Then my tower would not resume from suspend reliably & currently never resumes from hibernation. Am I screwed?
    I can list hardware specs if that matters, old style C2D G41M-COMBO mainboard.
    Is there anything to do that could potentially move the needle on this? Maybe I'm niche keeping such an old rig going, but if it works & money's tight..?
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    Default Re: Hibernation

    Do you find anything suspicious in the logs? Sometimes it is a misbehaving driver.

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    Thumbs up Re: Hibernation

    That idea is splendid!
    Shed loads of these errors:

    Code:
    kernel PM: hibernation: Registered nosave memory: [mem 0x00000000-0x00000fff]
    Faulty RAM? also
    Code:
    dolphin[2370] MEGASYNCOVERLAYPLUGIN: getOverlays </usr/share/icons/Numix-Circle/48/apps/gnome-session-hibernate.svg>: 9
    Right clicked exit MEGAsync before hibernation, still failed to resume.
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    Question Re: Hibernation

    Quote Originally Posted by hendwolt View Post
    Do you find anything suspicious in the logs? Sometimes it is a misbehaving driver.
    So hardware? Have ancient AMD card.
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    Cool Re: Hibernation

    Memtest 86+ threw up zillions of errors. Ordered some Crucial RAM.
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    Default Re: Hibernation

    Although I did force multithreading. Best try a standard pass of Memtest 86+.
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    Question Re: Hibernation

    If all errors on CPU 0, is this indicative of a faulty core? I'll try again with Microsoft memory test & also try known good memory when arrive in post. Been perusing the stress test Arch Wiki.
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    Default Re: Hibernation

    Hi
    Another user with same issue.... best compare notes

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...om-hibernation

    Sounds like a regression and maybe not hardware?
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    Thumbs up Re: Hibernation

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Another user with same issue.... best compare notes

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...om-hibernation

    Sounds like a regression and maybe not hardware?
    I have 300+ errors in RAM Memtest 86+ & not even left running at wall for full pass.
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    Default Re: Hibernation

    Quote Originally Posted by fleamour View Post
    I have 300+ errors in RAM Memtest 86+ & not even left running at wall for full pass.
    Try reseating the memory modules (i.e. unplug, then plug them in again -- maybe some wiggling as you insert them, to be sure that there is a good electrical contact).
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