Husse wrote:Will it boot from that state?
I think thats the most important part...
Check if the disk is running. I know some computers does not turn off the light when going to hibernate
constantine768 wrote:You might need to check if the drivers for the display card are installed correctly since I am also not able to put my lappy to hibernate.
Also, please tell the noob here how to check the drives.
Husse wrote:Also, please tell the noob here how to check the drives.
Drivers my friend not drives
This makes me wonder - do you have ATI or nvidia
I have a feeling the answer will be ATI
If so try to install the very latest driver 7.11 I'm not quite sure if Envy has it yet but I think so
Not all ATI cards (but most) will use this.
And yes - something seems to have happened.....
Husse wrote:Thanks for the input
You may be right
If you use Synaptic there's an alternative to completely remove (apt-get --purge remove)
This removes config files as well. Maybe some left over config file was used....
This is motsly an educated guess