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In most cases, this is not possible. Device states are controlled through firmware. If your system goes into S3, then your HDD/SS is put into D3 (device state 3) as well. There may be some exceptions depending on your BIOS configuration. There may be an option to prevent the firmware from putting a (S)ATA device in D3 when the system enters S3, but this is ...
You could specify the image location in your /etc/default/grub by pathing it like: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="resume=/dev/sda4"
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