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I can't help someone Simeon Penev wrote:
Although IRQ7 is traditionally LP, it seems to get identified for almost any unexpected interrupt. I knew why once, but I haven't seen this for some time. The real problem is that the kernel disables the IRQ, making the system unusable. You can try any of several things:Hi, i'm running FC5 on an Asus A6T-AP005H laptop. My kernel is 2.6.17-1.2174_FC5. Somewhere at about 10 minutes after i start the system, the USB subsystem dies with the message:
- try the last 2.6.16 kernel- remove the IRQ disable code, or add a counter. It happens only once on many machines,
as something comes ready. - switch to IRQ poll - disable any CPU speed stuff you have running (just for information) - try the question on a Fedora list, or report as a bug - look for newer BIOS formwareYes, that's a shotgun approach, I'm still running 126.96.36.1991 on FC4 because later kernels don't init the video or wireless correctly.
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