Re: acpi and strange message

From: Volker Braun (volker.braun_at_physik.hu-berlin.de)
Date: 07/30/04

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    Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 17:34:41 -0400
    
    

    Sadly, very few vendors manage to write standards compliant AML
    code. Everybody seems to be happy if only the errors are not triggered by
    the most recent Windows incarnation. Your options are to either live with
    the things that are broken, hope for a bios update, or fix the DSDT
    yourself. For the latter, look around on acpi.sf.net

    -Volker


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