If you think that's the same, how can I do (or witch people can) mark it as duplicate of 363868 bug? (I send my bios options Scott James Remnant, thinking that Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Kernel & Hardware »Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update Pages: 1 2 Next #1 2012-06-15 15:51:22 gilmoreja Member From: Florida Registered: 2012-05-28 Posts: 71 Sudden I haven't yet tested the powernow-k7 patch. If * he tells you "we do not support Linux" or some similar * nonsense, remember that Windows 2000 uses the same legacy * mechanism that the old Linux PSB driver Check This Out
Conky shows the CPU running constantly at 800MHz (AMD Phenom II X6). If that's the only one there with yours, thats it then. Leo Milano (lmilano) wrote on 2009-04-23: #22 Arrg, please disregard my previous comment/email, I posted in the wrong bug report, I apologize ! Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.-George Bernard Shaw Offline #24 2012-06-28 01:56:21 ilkyest Member From: Brazil Registered: 2010-02-13 Posts: 261 Re: Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update same
Hora actual 11:11 . Please report this to the Linux ACPI maintainers and complain to your BIOS vendor. [ 3.814889] [Firmware Bug]: powernow-k8: Your BIOS does not provide ACPI _PSS objects in a way that technology, why I'm stillgetting the above? Anyways, if that is the problem, then you should open another bug as well.
Comment 1 ykzhao 2009-07-03 03:00:39 UTC This is a BIOS bug. technology, why I'm stillgetting the above? Andy S (andys-bristolwireless) wrote on 2010-05-31: #48 Going to check 'cool and quiet' hasn't disabled itself in bios as suggested here: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1477743.html Andy S (andys-bristolwireless) wrote on 2010-06-01: #49 Yep - What would be the "other" speedstep functions provided?
Only if you update your BIOS you should generate a new DSDT based on the new BIOS. Jun 15 10:30:32 localhost kernel: [ 5.283565] [Firmware Bug]: powernow-k8: No compatible ACPI _PSS objects found. This means that
# all kernel and initrd paths are relative to /boot/, eg.
# root (hd0,0)
# kernel I neglected to explicitly list kernel 2.6.32 (10.04) David Gaarenstroom (david-gaarenstroom) wrote on 2010-04-12: #40 @Pyoverdine: You should look in your BIOS at the CPU setting for something called "Cool 'n'
The problem is most acute on the recently released IBM thinkpad edge notebook which boots both Window7 and Ubuntu 10.04. I have a k7 athlon but is "off-line" now, anyway if is necessary I can assemble it and test. powernow-k7 has also been fixed with the same conditions? Is cpu frequency scaling functional in your case?
Comment 6 Zhang Rui 2009-07-15 03:36:59 UTC (In reply to comment #5) > I have seen that the problem was that I had acpi=off due to the nvidia-acpi > sound bug, That is also why I think similar bug reports > for different hardware should not be merged > > AFAIK, there can be three main causes for this warning: > 1) Maybe acpi -t reports it or the sensors command from lm-sensors. Tom Pringle (thomas-b-pringle) wrote on 2010-04-13: #41 I checked one of the machines where this problem shows up and "Cool and Quiet" was set to Auto.
You > should look at each platform individually. his comment is here User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. Something like that, or did just the error message catch your eye? Maybe you can post me the details on the other platforms to my email address, it's probably of no use to keep discussing this here, but maybe I can be of
You can find it at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingKernelSuspendHibernateResume Reading over your last comment again, it might be that this is related to CPU temperature getting too high. Factory BIOS was F3 and the error was present there. I googled how to install a driver under recovery mode, did that, and it worked. this contact form Offline #18 2012-06-16 22:55:58 thomasplessner Member From: Hannover, Germany Registered: 2012-06-15 Posts: 11 Re: Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update lspci output is:00:00.0 RAM memory: NVIDIA Corporation MCP61 Host Bridge
I have learned from other posts that this therefore probably constitutes a BIOS bug. Offline #15 2012-06-16 19:55:59 Strike0 Member From: Germany Registered: 2011-09-05 Posts: 1,277 Re: Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update Can it be that powernow-k8 did not load at all? Please report this to the Linux ACPI maintainers and complain to your BIOS vendor. [ 3.814974] [Firmware Bug]: powernow-k8: Your BIOS does not provide ACPI _PSS objects in a way that
If I can help, tell me... Please report this to the Linux ACPI maintainers and complain to your BIOS vendor. sry im not english :S the problem is not solved =O http://img2.imageshack.us/img2/3281/dsc09012y.jpg Adv Reply Quick Navigation General Help Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Is there anything on the software side that I'm missing?My box:% lspci -v00:00.0 Host bridge: VIA Technologies, Inc.
I reported upstream yesterday: http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=13146 I think it would be helpful to have some more info, like the specs for the "correct" way of defining the _PSS. You could verify this by monitoring your cpu temperature. But it is always better to have one bug for one specific problem. navigate here Maybe you can get help from there.
Google suggests it is not really a bug or error, but a warning that something with frequency scaling does not work as it should with the CPU. I only found the Cool'n'Quiet option under CPU settings.And to Your second question: I don't know really. I noticed only one dmidecode.txt, so I wasn't aware of additional platforms. Offline #9 2012-06-16 00:39:48 thomasplessner Member From: Hannover, Germany Registered: 2012-06-15 Posts: 11 Re: Sudden problems from powernow-k8 after kernel update Hm...
affects: ubuntu → linux (Ubuntu) Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-04-20: #2 This happens to affect me too, and I asked about it last week - it may be Scott -- Scott James Remnant
But very thank for you help. But hm, no idea currently though why you get that "cpufreq-info" output after a quick google. Also there is a trouble with the linux acpi sub-sytem that I have explained here https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/392938 and also reported in nvidia forums but no one response. Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] | Reports | Help | NewAccount | Log In [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x]
Comment 14 David Santamaría Rogado 2009-08-30 12:04:33 UTC Ah, also, there is a better patch, I copy here an email from Thomas Renninger