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    SubjectRe: Mouse interrupts: the death knell of a VP6
    Hello!

    On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 09:02:05AM -0500, Brent Cook wrote:

    > I have an ABIT VP6 motherboard, using the VIA Apollo chipset and 2 700Mhz
    > PIII's, but please don't hold that against me. The system is running
    > 2.4.19-pre6. I believe that I either have a system that has trouble
    > handling a sudden bursts of interrupts, or have found a fault in mouse
    > handling.

    Have you tried to change MPS mode to 1.1 from 1.4 (I see addres message timeouts
    in your log)?

    > I have already tried removing memory, adding memory, changing processors,
    > video cards. The only thing that has remained constant is the VP6
    > motherboard and the hard drive.

    My VP6 died on me recently with some funny symptoms:
    it hangs in X when I start netscape and move mouse, or if I do
    bk clone on kernel tree, it dies with
    kernel BUG at /usr/src/linux-2.4.18/include/asm/smplock.h:62!
    BUG in various places pretty soon.
    (this BUG is only appears if 2 CPUs are present in motherboard).
    So if your troubles began only recently, you might want to try another
    motherboard just to be sure.

    Bye,
    Oleg
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