> > What I mean here is that none of our drivers know how to bring
> > back a chip as complicated as a radeon or a nvidia up from
> > power off, this requires intimate knowledge of the chip
> > internals, the way it's wired on a given board, etc...
> All I am saying is that on Windows, the driver gets no help from the
> BIOS, APM, or ACPI, but yet it restores the video to full working
> condition. I understand that this sounds complicated, but since
> there is
It is not only complicated, we also lack docs neccessary to do that...
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