Has anyone succeeded making suspend/resume work while using a USB ethernet adapter?
I've got suspend/resume (both Power button and Start menu choice) working perfectly as long as the ethernet adapter is not plugged into the USB port. If it is plugged in, I get the message "Your computer cannot go on standby because a device driver or program won't allow it." This occurs with either the USB100M or the PGENET10. Hot-unplugging the USB adapter fixes the problem, hot-plugging it back in makes it happen again. I've tried booting both with and without the USB ethernet adapater with no difference in results. Other USB devices don't cause any problem.
I'm running off the DOC. I've tried starting with an image loaded from IEDOC.IMG and EMBED98.IMG with the same result. It appears that both images have already had the Linksys driver installed at some point, because network properties list the Linksys adapter on a webpad that's never seen the USB100M in my house. I suspect this might be part of the problem, but I don't have a DOCable image that's not an offshoot of one of these masters.
Running PMTShoot, I get a report that the driver returned a CR_FAILURE. I get basically the same diagnostic with either adapter (adapter specific info changes, of course, but the CR_FAILURE still happens).
I've tried the normal stuff (APM1.0, remove APM/Floppy/..., use wpmgxv053001 (Great Driver!!!)), etc. Nothing has any effect. I do see the Windows95 artifact of having Suspend in the Start menu instead of in the Shut Down dialog - I'm presuming this is normal.
If anyone has the suspend/resume feature working with any USB ethernet device installed, I'd be interested in how you accomplished this magic!
Thanks in advance for the help!