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SubjectRe: Catching NForce2 lockup with NMI watchdog - found?
Craig Bradney wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-12-06 at 00:49, Prakash K. Cheemplavam wrote:
>>*maybe* I found the bugger, at least I got APIC more stable (need to
>>test whether oit is really stable, compiling kernel right now...):
>>It is a problem with CPU disconnect function. I tried various parameters
>>in bios and turned cpu disconnect off, and tada, I could do several
>>subsequent hdparms and machine is running! As CPU disconnect is a ACPI
>>state, if I am not mistkaen, I think there is something broken in ACPI
>>right now or in APIC and cpu disconnect triggers the bug.
>>Maybe now my windows environment is stable, as well. It was much more
>>stable with cpu disconnect and apic, nevertheless seldomly locked up.
>>So gals and guys, try disabling cpu disconnect in bios and see whether
>>aopic now runs stable.
>>I have an Abit NF7-S Rev2.0 with Bios 2.0.
> I rebooted and checked in my BIOS, I dont seem to have "CPU Disconnect"?
> Is there another name. I also downloaded the motherboard manual for your
> NF7-S and cant find it there either?

th efull name should be "CPU Disconnect Function". it is an the page
with "enhanced pci performance", "enable system bios caching" ".. video
bios caching" and all the spread spectrums. I have forgotten the name of
that page in the main menu. Should the 3 or 4 in the first column.

Perhaps your BIOS is too old. I remember it only came with 1.8 (or
alike) and later. But usually this setting should be disabled at default.

My machine still hasn't locked, btw. :-)


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