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SubjectLost Ticks
Got a dual core Athlon 64 X2 on an Asus board using NVidia chipset and 
getting lost ticks. The software clock of course is totally messed up.
I've scanned google for a solution and see others complaining about bad
code in the SMM BIOS. I have the latest bios and whatever they need to
fix - isn't.

So - what do I do to make it work?

Yes - I compiled the kernel 2.6.13.1 and used a speed of 100 - the
lowest setting - and that did help some. But - the problem needs to go away.

If I compile a kermel without any of the power management at all - will
that fix the problem? I need a work around.

Thanks in advance.

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