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When it thaws?! how long are you leaving it in your freezer?
Well this is saying that a plug and play device can't be re-initialized. This could be by design of the the pnp device you are using or could be a firmware issue not understanding the system call correctly.
Either way, if you aren't having any troubles with your periphials then its not much to worry about. If you want to figure out exactly what device it is complaining about you can look at:
And compare the bus mapping in the lspci output to the 00:08 map that you are given in your error message.
I had the same exact error and this seemed to fix it:
Then do a sudo update-grub, and then a restart.
Something to do with the trackpad. My trackpad had always worked. But now it still works, with no error message!
Also, I was told by tech support that the fact that I was seeing this message meant that the display manager may have been crashing. Apparently, when the display manager is going, we should not see error messages upon resuming (they could be there, we just should not see them). This could be a problem with a SSD. For me, I ran memtest and had RAM errors. You may want to check out these components on your machine also.