System not waking up after suspending it

I have to always shut it down. There are other post bout it but all mostly with amd cpus. I don’t how to log it. Hibernate works.
Hardware: Hp victus, i7 12650h, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti. I have mostly used lts kernel.

inxi -Fxxc0z | eos-sendlog use this to create a log of your hardware and then copy and paste the web link here.

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lsblk -f
free -h ?

Ok, thanks.
So this shows, it is not about a potentially lacking swap space.

The issue could then lie in the area of energy-management settings and drivers in use. Sorry to say, this is over my head, hardware-wise (Nvidia & i915).

Perhaps, someone else will chime-in to help you out, shortly…

@ricklinux ?

Hibernate works but will it resume from hibernation? Currently it is running on Intel graphics.

API: OpenGL v: 4.6 Mesa 22.3.6 renderer: Mesa Intel Graphics (ADL GT2)
    direct-render: Yes

yes hibernate works, it resumes all tasks

So it’s just when you suspend it? It’s not currently running on nvidia graphics so I’m not sure if nvidia has anything to do with it although there are power management features for it. Not sure what’s in your fstab and whether you have all settings and configurations required. Maybe this is helpful?

I noticed that when system tries to wake up, it very dimly shows the lock screen(very dim), it shows 1-2 time and then just shows flashing black screen