>> I've seen it for the last few weeks and can only think that something
>> must be stomping on the psm driver now (or the driver is missing
>> interrupts for reasons of its own).  Anyone else seeing this?
>Yes, recently on 4.0-stable, though provoked by unplugging and
>replugging in the mouse. It did not recover. This I thought
>sounded like a PR on the mouse being dead after a wakeup
>from sleep mode.

Please, if you can avoid it, don't unplug and replug the mouse while
the power is on.  The PS/2 mouse interface is generally not capable
of hot plugging/unplugging.

As for sleep/wake-up problem on the laptop computers, you may
be able to resolve the problem by adding the following kernel options.



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