> The system executes a regular boot from _reset_ at this stage.
> swsusp takes over once the kernel is up and restores the
> suspended kernel
> Could it be that the kernel does not handle a spurious int at
> this early stage in the boot process ?
It may also be BIOS SMI handling or reset handling problems as a
similar case a vendor investigated showed to be. The first thing is
to make life easier for the BIOS - make sure your kernel doesnt have
APIC support included
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