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SubjectRe: nforce2 lockups
Hi!

> > I don't think the problem is the the IDE. I have used a promise controller
> > and disabled the onboard IDE and still had lockups. If you find a solution,
> > please let me know. If I find one, I will do likewise.
>
> It looks like the problem is in APIC. When you disable it, it vanishes.
> And, when you enable NMI watchdog, which is handled by APIC,

Another BIOS that dislikes APIC on when entering SMM mode? Perhaps
that board needs blacklist entry that panics box if APIC is activated?

Pavel

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