I think I read it in the manual sometime ago, but I’m not really sure. Fri Jul 26, 1: Attachments acpi dump file Thu Jul 25, 7: Changing this doesn’t seem to make any difference either.

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Join overother people just like you! Your name or email address: Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Log in or Sign up. I was unable to create a working fan device for it: Go figure Well, let me know how it goes!!! I cleared and reinstalled XP and the problem went away!

Could the culprit be a malfunctioning mobo, or possibly bad memory? I built a system not too long ago with a Shuttle AK31, which would not shut down properly.

Familiar with the Abit KX7 333? Need ACPI Help

Comment 10 Zhang Rui I could try to contact Abit for the issue but I am convinced they won’t xbit care because I will be unable to explain it accurately. Otherwise, for no real reason the computer will stop.


Please could you be more precise and tell how it should work and how to correct it? In case that could help someone, here is the dsdl.

Acpo fichier ou dossier de ce type modprobe thermal grep. I was sort of planning on moving the OS to a bigger faster hard drive in any case so doing the fresh install is no trouble but I would like to resolve this at the same time.

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I abandoned the idea to create a new “group” of components that will be managed with the others fans available. By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. No, create an account now. I lack knowledge about how acpi works.

BETA3 and up acpi fails with ABIT BH-6 motherboard

The problem is related with the broken BIOS. It happens to be me. I think I read it in the manual sometime ago, but I’m not really sure.


My system won’t shut down automatically after windowsXP shuts down and as abi as I can tell and have been told it would seem to be an ACPI issue. It had better be fixed by upgrading BIOS. But unfortuately the CPU0 object can’t be found.

If such a problem could exist? During the boot, when loading the thermal module, the kernel displays a warning: Any other mode ie default setting or ACPI computer or multiprocessor computer causes the system to hang with a blue screen on reboot after initial installation. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if abjt register. Of course it can also be fixed by the custom DSDT. Solved Need help converting audio Barrett00Dec 28, at Thu Aibt 25, 7: IneedhelpDec 26, at 5: NoddythecatFeb 18,