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SubjectRe: system clock speed too high?
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Hi!

venom@sns.it wrote:
> I reported this same problem for kernel 2.5.69/70 on pentiumIII with chipset
> i810, but it seems the reports has been unnoticed.
>
> I replicated your tests with 2.5.70 without acpi, same results here.
>
Hm, do you have "USB legacy support" enabled on your
system, too? Does the problem go away if you disable it?

What motherboard and BIOS does your computer have (manufacturer,
version numbers)?

(This is a totally different chipset, so the problems
might be completely unrelated)

- - andreas

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