Timothy Murphy wrote:
If it's still "alive", the universal "any" key should work (generally,
spacebar works fine too ;p). Otherwise it may be that something has
really crapped out. This could be anything from a NIC driver to an
application that doesn't like being suspended fouling up, or possibly
even going as deep as a chipset issue.
My Thinkpad T43 usually wakes from sleep (I assume Suspend to RAM)
when I press the power button for a second.
But sometimes it does not wake; all I can do is re-boot.
I'm wondering what possible keys or combination of keys
might do the trick in this case?
Unfortunately this may be the beginning of a long trial and error
session diagnosing what is responsible.
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