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    SubjectRE: 2.6.16-rc5: known regressions [TP 600X S3, vanilla DSDT]
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    >Hmm, you seems to prefer depth-first search algorithm?
    >I like it too. :-)
    >
    >
    >>
    >>One bug is quite repeatable and we know a lot about it. With all zones
    >>except THM0 commented out, the system hung. With the EC0.UPDT line in
    >>THM0._TMP also commented out, the system didn't hang. So there's a
    >>problem related to the EC, even with only THM0. And finding that
    >>problem may giveideas for what else may be wrong.
    >
    >We can do bisection in EC0.UPDT to find out which statement cause hang?
    >Hmm, we are going to fix BIOS. :-)

    You can insert debug statements in EC0.UPDT to help debug:

    Store (IGNR, Debug)
    Store (" before relase I2CM", Debug)
    Store (HBS7, TMP7)
    ....

    >
    >My assumption is that since Windows works well, then these BIOS code
    >should have been tested ok. The only possible excuse for BIOS is that
    >Linux is using unnecessary/untested code path for Suspend/resume.
    >So, Eventually, we need to disable unnecessary BIOS call for
    >suspend/resume
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