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My laptop has been having issues coming out of suspend. It is running 12.10. I'm not sure what caused this to happen, as this started two or three days ago, and I don't think I changed any system files or anything recently (I have just been using Ubuntu to code).

Here's the problem. When I try to wake my laptop from suspend and log in, I get a screen with the side/start and top bars missing (I'm not sure what they're actually called...the start bar on the left has the shortcuts and icons for applications, and the top bar has the clock and wifi icons, etc). I can move around the windows that are on the screen, but I can't type. The only way to get out of it is to reboot.

Additionally, whenever I boot up, Ubuntu encounters an internal error.

I made an album with the error report, a picture of the problem, and some weird system dialog that is displayed when I try to shut down after this suspend error (by pressing the power button). Pictures are below:

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