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Bios Error No Psb Or Acpi _pss Objects

Is there a newer BIOS for the motherboard / computer? Given the pervasiveness of the problem in Linux and the observation that Windows seems to scale CPU frequency, isn't this problem more likely to be a Linux kernel issue. Opensuse (11.2, x86) works very fine on the laptop and I am very happy in general. Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Hardware & Laptops Help with your hardware, including laptop issues Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search
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Only if you update your > BIOS you should generate a new DSDT based on the new BIOS. > > On all 4 AMD platforms I can test on, I've never Last option is stop the computer, before is reboot, before is "Hiberner" and before is "Mettre ne veille") I do not know if that work before (I'm quite new user of Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-04-20: #10 That normally means that the BIOS doesn't provide _PSS at all, which means that it either doesn't support frequency changing or Offline #7 2012-06-15 21:41:37 thomasplessner Member From: Hannover, Germany Registered: 2012-06-15 Posts: 11 Re: Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update I found/tried out: The easiest way to get rid of

Comment 1 ykzhao 2009-07-03 03:00:39 UTC This is a BIOS bug. The vendors need to clean up their BIOS messes. You will have to register before you can post in the forums. (Be aware the forums do not accept user names with a dash "-") Also, logging in lets you avoid Comment 3 ykzhao 2009-07-06 01:49:25 UTC Hi, David I have no idea about the sound issue.

Posts: 120 [Firmware Bug]: powernow-k8: No PSB or ACPI _PSS objects I get this mess when I boot up, is there a fix for it ? [Firmware Bug]: powernow-k8: No PSB The only difference now is that the microcode errors and the sp5100_tco error are now reported while loading user-specified modules instead of UDev. Just select Install and go trough the whole process. 3. I haven't yet tested the powernow-k7 patch.

sorry.. the remaining problem is that the powernow-k7 driver complains when loaded and acpi=off. To the Ubuntu team: Maybe this is not correct procedure but in case you want to investigate why 9.10 was rebooting my PC here is some info: - motherboard Gigabyte MA78G-DS3H You could just try that by installing the arch linux-lts kernel in parallel to the current one.

Thanks in advise. Laurent Stefan Bader (smb) wrote on 2009-07-07: #29 If one is hibernate, the other likely is suspend (google translate thinks pause, so I guess I am close ;)) But I believe You have a BIOS Bug. Make sure you have the latest version, and then complain.

How could I find out whether this is rather a problem of the processor being newer than the BIOS as indicated by others? You would need to experiment a bit. Thanks, Laurent Pyoverdine (pyoverdine) wrote on 2009-04-21: #17 BIOS Edit (1.4 KiB, text/plain) Leo Milano (lmilano) wrote on 2009-04-22: #18 Laurent: I think this should not depend on whether it's 64 I report here for the message, and when you ask for the big question ;-) I'll try to find.

The big question: apart from those error messages, is there anything different? http://sovidi.com/bios-error/bios-error-251.php On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 3:30 AM, David Gaarenstroom <

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technology, why I'm stillgetting the above?

The kernel messages makes it appear as if Linux expected something special, but I am sure it must be a standard! thomasplessner wrote:And to Your second question: I don't know really. Thanks! I updated to latest F8 and the error is still there.

Comment 12 Len Brown 2009-08-30 02:32:00 UTC The problem with nvida that required acpi=off is now gone. I guess that will be need less often once 10.04 is released. The time now is 12:11 PM. news Forget 9.04 and download 9.10.

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