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SubjectRe: High pitched noise from laptop: processor.c in linux 2.6
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On Oct 16, 2004, Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> wrote:

> Yes, and most laptops have this problem. They use SMM traps to talk to
> the battery

Hmm... Since the SMM on this AMD64 notebook we've been talking about
on the thread about USB handoff isn't exactly AMD64-compliant, could
this be the reason why I can't get battery information? I'm yet to
install a 32-bit-only system on this box to see whether it makes any
difference.

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