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If these comments answered your question, please consider closing the this ticket. Modern BIOSs are PnP and can configure most of the PnP devices. attempting recovery. > PnPBIOS: Warning! Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: why occasional kernel panic at boot?

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HOWEVER when I came to boot my lovely new Ubuntu installaion it began ok, reached the third stage (hard to tell EXACTLY what it was doing given that I have wide This is a lot of bother but it's feasible if you almost never use one of the OS's. Mark Hogan. Using tsc for high-res timesource Console: colour VGA+ 80x25 Memory: 1030632k/1047744k available (3091k kernel code, 16208k reserved, 1244k data, 188k init, 130240k highmem) Checking if this processor honours the WP bit

The third way to resolve this dilemma is to tell the BIOS it's not a PnP OS. Even after trying both your suggestions. To pass the option "pnpbios=off", press 'e', in GRUB. Bios Plug And Play Os Linux The parallel port located off the south bridge is not externalized on these systems and, therefore by design, is disabled by the BIOS.

Otherwise the BIOS may use these resources for some other device and create conflicts. Splash Screen Settings Bios I must admit I do not yet feel comfortable Flashing my bios. You might like to have a look at the setting dino99 talks about. their explanation Did you try the suggestion in the output and also add 'pnpbios=off' to the kernel line?

If the BIOS configuration is different, it should either correct what's in its registry to conform to what the BIOS has set or reconfigure everything per what's in the registry. Plug And Play Operating System Kind Regards, Martin Ubuntu User (anotherubuntuuser) said on 2006-09-29: #3 Martin- Just follow the directions that Alexandre left you. Any help at all would be gratefully appreciated so that I can FINALLY begin to work out if/how to move from windows to Linux. It then runs OK on the second try, but a few times it started up with fsck doing a repair.

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Your PnP BIOS caused a fatal error Affected configurations The system may be any of the following IBM servers: System x3800, Type 8865, any model System x3850, Type 8863, any model see this Thus the actual configuration of the hardware and what Windows has in its registry are now different. Plug And Play Os Bios Setting one other thing... Pnp Settings In Bios I think I tried that already.

EliteBook 6930p 4 GB RAM. Initialized 14/14 Regions 42/42 Fields 41/41 Buffers 16/16 Packages (519 nodes) Executing all Device _STA and_INI methods:................................................... 51 Devices found containing: 51 _STA, 1 _INI methods ACPI: Interpreter enabled ACPI: Using this occurs in 2.6.4-rc1 as well. Afterwards, in a terminal, run: $ sudo update-grub This will update grub to use the new option. What Is Pnp Bios

Reset the configuration? 3.1 Do you have a PnP operating system? Marty1983 (martin-oxby) said on 2006-09-30: #4 If I follow them carefully enough then yes, thank you, this is answered :-) My kindest regards, Martin History Link existing bug Create bug report Results may not be reliable. this contact form hm, page 000f1000 reserved twice.

What it's really doing is finding old hardware that has been configured differently so it thinks it's new hardware. Intel Vt-d Thanks Good Luck. Finally, generate you new menu.lst: $ sudo update-grub Marty1983 (martin-oxby) said on 2006-09-26: #2 Hey, I hate to sound dumb, but could you explain in layman's terms where GRUB is when

It appears to be working.

If you do this, you should know what card is in what slot. GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="acpi=off" ... A workaround for this is to select "skip file" which will avoid installing the file from a CD. I also tried " acpi=ht" as an alternative which didn't harm anything, but didn't help.

Afterwards you would want to run "dmesg | less" again, and review the messages for the pnpbios error again. Intel machine check reporting enabled on CPU#0. It will erase the BIOSs ESCD data-base of how your PnP devices should be configured as well as the list of how legacy (non-PnP) devices are configured. from reading doing in terminal: dmesg > results.txt I opened up results.txt in gedit and saw a BIOS error happening and the error message recommended disabling PNPBIOS so I did that

It looks like you hve done so. Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support General Help [SOLVED] why occasional kernel panic at Options used -V (default) -k /proc/ksyms (default) -l /proc/modules (default) -o /lib/modules/2.6.3-rc1/ (default) -m /boot/System.map-2.6.3-rc1 (specified) Error (regular_file): read_ksyms stat /proc/ksyms failed No modules in ksyms, skipping objects No ksyms, skipping Call Trace: pnpbios_init + 0x4f/0xb4 do_initcalls + 0x24/0x9a init_workqueues + 0x12/0x27 init + 0x5c/0x178 init + 0x0/0x178 kernel_thread_helper + 0x5/0xb Comment 3 Herbert Xu 2004-02-29 20:27:32 UTC Jeroen van Disseldorp has