On my Laptop with AMD Ryzen 4700U Windows 10 crashes reproducable when suspended and if WSL2 or some other virtualization feature is activated. The crash happens after approximately 1-2min after the screen has gone black. When it crashes the Laptop reboots and a critical Kernel error appears in the Windows logs.
Is this a driver issue or an issue from Windows itself?
Not yet. The only option is to deactivate the virtualization features. Please also see this related issue: https://community.amd.com/thread/254849
AMD tech support is currently looking into this problem and hopefully a fix will be available soon.
I think the issue has been resolved for me. I updated my laptop's (Lenovo Yoga Slim 7) BIOS and I no longer get any crashes when sleeping/suspending the laptop. Maybe that's just luck, but before it'd crash every time I closed the lid for longer than a few minutes and now it never does. The update for by BIOS was released on the 27th of July, so it's a very recent update. I don't know what laptop you have, but you could check if yours has an update too.
I am having HP laptop with 4600H. I am facing issue when I turn on Hyper V platform and virtual machine platform. I am waiting for this issue to be resolved. I have mailed AMD team, let us hope they update the ticket.