** Attachment added: "xorg_logs+crash file.zip"

** Description changed:

  Enviroment: latest image of yy
  Distributor ID: Ubuntu
  Description:    Ubuntu Yakkety Yak (development branch)
  Release:        16.10
  Codename:       yakkety
- HW: Toshiba portege Z30-A12T | Intel i5+intel graphics | SSD 
+ HW: Toshiba portege Z30-A12T | Intel i5+intel graphics | SSD
  Steps to reproduce:
  1º Boot or reboot your laptop
  2º Once you're in log in screen go to indicator-session and suspend it
- 3º Once suspended, wake it up be pressin power button for example
+ 3º Once suspended, wake it up be pressing power button for example
  Current result: My mouse can move but clicking is not working on
  anything, then black screen and window error saying "The system is
  running on low graphics mode", finally it lets me choose how to start
  session again. Pics 1 and 2 attached
  Expected result: Laptop should wake up and let the user enter his
  session with out any issue.
  Add info: please find attached xorg logs, crash file saved in
  /sys/class/drm/card0/error and here is the dmesg output (line 938)

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