Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of KnownProblems


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Mar 26, 2012, 4:29:27 AM (7 years ago)
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    88== Power Off ==
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    10 There is a known problem with almost all utilities that power off your system, including the xworkplace eComStation extended shutdown.
     10There is a known problem with almost all utilities that power off your system, including the xworkplace eComStation extended shutdown. This is not an ACPI.PSD problem.
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    1212The problem occurs when these utilities shut down the file systems before the power off routine has been paged into memory. When the utility calls the routine to power off the system, the kernel can't page it into memory because the file systems have been stopped.  This is not a defect in ACPI.PSD or related software and cannot be fixed in the any of the ACPI software because the ACPI software does not get control at the appropriate time.  It must be fixed in the power off utility.
     
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    2424== Systems with ACPI from Award ==
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     26NOTE: This problem is fixed in version 3.20.01 or later.
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    2628There is a known problem with the ACPI provided by Award. These systems typically won't boot. The boot hangs with the boot logo on the screen.
     
    4547== Immediate suspend due to misbehaving SLPB device ==
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     49NOTE: In version 3.19.16 and later, a workaround was implemented to ignore SLPB events if one occurs within 10 seconds of starting !AcpiDaemon.exe.  The SLPB events are still generated by the hardware every 2 seconds, but they are simply ignored. If !AcpiDaemon logging is enabled, the log file could grow very large logging these events.
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    4751Some systems enter suspend immediately after !AcpiDaemon is started. This is due to a misbehaving SLPB device which generates repeating suspend requests. If you have this problem, don't run the !AcpiDaemon until a version with a fix or workaround is released.
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