How curious! I'm having the same issue resuming from sleep on an Ivy Bridge machine (iHD 4000).
I just upgraded from a Geforce GTX TITAN to a Radeon R9 290X, and I was blaming the AMD driver out of habit, but upon reflection, it may be the new Intel driver. I did a fresh install after I removed the Geforce and before I installed the Radeon (not dealing with those nightmarish driver conflicts ever again) and in the process downloaded the latest Intel driver. I was using an older driver version before.
I already submitted a bug report to AMD; wish Intel had a 'driver feedback' page like AMD does.
Additional info, have also tried all different options/combinations of settings related to Sleep, ie hybrid sleep On/Off, Hibernate On/Off, and also related to USB ports, ie USB Selective Suspend On/Off, USB ports/hubs/root/devices Allow Computer to turn off to save power On/Off etc.
auxy, thanks for sharing you have the same issue, I can only imagine how many more have this issue considering how widespread Intel integrated graphics chips are. Hopefully we can use these pages like a 'driver feedback' page and get these issues resolved with responsive support from Intel.
Thank you for your prompt response and support, will be eagerly checking that post for resolution of these issues.