I have also just encountered this problem. Installed new SSD (TimeTec
M+B, 512GB); partitioned as EFI,/(root) , and /home. Installed 22.04.2
which was upgraded during install to 22.04.4. Previously using 18.04 on
dual boot with W10, with NO PROBLEMS ever!

Laptop Asus Zenbook UX430 (old 2017)
OS: Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS
Kernel 6.5.0-18
Terminal gnome
CPU Intel 7200U 
GPU Intel Mesa HD Graphics 620
Gnome 42.9

Problem seems to only occurs when I switch from battery to AC power or
visa versa (that is when I unplug the AC  power) while working on
computer (eg as battery gets low or when fully charged). After Suspend,
On next boot received systemd-journal Fail to Rotate error as above OR
if reach login screen when try to enter password get a black screen with
either cursor or "Failed to Rotate message as above.

Initially thought was Wayland issues, but after reverting to XOrg,
problem re-appeared.

Did journalctl --verify, but no errors detected.

Considering re-install with fresh ISO but have not tried yet, still
looking for solution.

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