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SubjectRe: CUV4X-D lockup on boot
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> I have an ASUS CUV4X-D Dual Processor Mainboard based on a VIA
> 694XDP chipset. I notice from the archives that someone else
> has also reported a lockup with the m/b when using two cpus
> and have some info that may be useful to track it down.
>
> Using kernel 2.4.5 the kernel locks up sporadically at boot
> time. When I enable the NMI watchdog it occasionally gets
> enabled prior to the lockup and perhaps can be useful for
> debugging the problem. Here's what happens:

At minimum you need the 1007 bios and to run noapic. As yet we don't know why
or what the newer BIOS has done to make it boot at all


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