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Am Thursday 21 August 2003 03:39 schrieb kenton.groombridge@us.army.mil zum
Thema Re: nforce2 lockups:
> and it did cure my spurious interrupt problem, but unfortunately, my
> lockups have returned.
I managed to stabilize my Board, but I don't think the trick was obvious:
Disable alle APIC related kernel Options (Local APIC and IO-APIC), disable
APIC Mode in the BIOS. Check on reboot if it still talks about the APIC in
the boot messages (How? IIRC mine did, which was why I did not think that
disabling the APIC helped... Actually somehow it still was activated. Could
ACPI be part of this?). If it does try noapic and/or nolapic boot options.

If you completely shut off the APIC it runs stable, but 1 of the 3 USB
Controllers is not assigned an interrupt. All this with ACPI enabled (ACPI
patch 20030730 and kernel 2.6.0-test3).

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