I know there are a lot of question about this, but I couldn't find any answer.
I have a custom desktop PC in which I can send the system to sleep / hibernate without apparently any problems. However, when I want to wake it up, it fails.
If I suspended:
-The fans start working and the power LED gets on (i.e. it's waking up) but rapidly goes off. After a few seconds, sort of tries to wake up again, with the same result. This to the infinite. -The display (via DVI) doesn't get any input (not even black). -The mouse and keyboard (both USB) don't get power.
So I can't do anything more than press the power button for a long time and power off the hard way.
If I hibernated: -It gets to grub without any problem but, after selecting Ubuntu, it crashes and restarts. However, sometimes does wake up.
After one of those crashes, I got this message from the motherboard: "Overclocking failed! Enter setup to reconfigure your system"
- Processor: Intel i5 2400
- Asus p8p67 LE
- Gigabyte nvidia GTS 450
Hope you can help me
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: Sorry! Silly me, I forgot the most important info: I am running a fresh install of Ubuntu 11.10 64 bits.