ACPI Bug on Abit IP35 Pro
mustaxe at gmail.com
Sat Dec 15 16:32:34 PST 2007
Thanks for the suggestion. I disabled the ACPI thermal in loader.conf and
that did the trick with the annoying error messages.
I was also able to boot FreeBSD with ACPI disabled. I realized that when
selecting that option, I was getting stuck in the SATA drive while booting
so I disconnected the drive and it worked....well, this is definitely not
the solution I'm going for since I need that drive but at least I got thru
I posted my acpidump here http://www.mustaxe.com/freebsd/edu.asl.txt.
Let me know if you get any leads and I'll keep on investigating on my side
also. Is there any good tutorial on how to write/fix AML code? (I know
google is my friend but I'd take recommendations also).
On Dec 15, 2007 10:46 AM, Sean Bruno <sbruno at miralink.com> wrote:
> Edu Carneiro wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I just built a new machine with an Abit IP35 Pro mb and I'm running 4GB
> > on an Intel Quad processor and I keep on getting an ACPI error. I'm
> > FreeBSD 6_2 and also tried it from a new install but still getting the
> > error.
> > Here's what it says:
> > ACPI-1304: *** Error: Method execution failed [\_TZ_.THRM._TMP] (Node
> > 0xc8377700), AE_AML_NO_RETURN_VALUE
> First thing I would try is disabling ACPI thermal, that should make this
> error go away.
> If you would like more assistance, dump your ACPI tables and post them
> to a website and I 'll try to give it a once over.
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