Motherboard compatibility - AMD
koymkg at gmail.com
Sat May 8 15:11:57 BST 2010
Fermando, Scot & John/Anyone:
My Acer Laptop lost its panel "applications"; "places"; "System"; "Shut
Down" panel drop down. Nothing remains to restore. Right clicking does not
pop up a shut down either; but right clicking does come up with options:
"Create Folder, Create Folder, Create Document, Clean up Name, & Change
Desktop Background." Can you mention a command that I may write into
"terminal" which I can open from the desktop? What terminal fix will
reconfigure the panel with the icon repopulated?
I'd sure appreciate your guidance. [perhaps this resulted from a hyperactive
keyboard, which I guess has something to do with a motherboard issue.]
On Sat, May 8, 2010 at 8:07 AM, Scott Lavender <scottalavender at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Sat, May 8, 2010 at 5:44 AM, Roy Damen <roydamen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear John,
>> On my machine i had a similar problem with rt. After more than 1,5 year of
>> searching, trying out and lots of help with explanation on the ubuntuforums
>> i discovered that it was this BIOS setting that must be turned off: IOAPIC
>> It seems that ubuntu can manage this by itself(if i understood correctly) I
>> bet this solves your problem too!
>> 2010/5/7 jONE <producjohns at gmail.com>
>>> Hi Fernando I've got an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ processor too and had
>>> problems with the RT kernel since I first installed 8.04 onwards. I tried
>>> pretty much everything until a few days ago, when I simply "loaded optimized
>>> settings" on my BIOS and believe it or not, no mouse delay and no hanging at
>>> all. My hammerfall soundcard's delay <10ms recording 16channels. I honestly
>>> don't know what setting in the BIOS messed it up since "optimized settings"
>>> or "default settings" options don't specify much and I've tweaked the thing
>>> so many times I lost track of what the original setting was! Maybe give that
>>> a try?
>>> Good luck!
> I remember several years ago there were some problems with peoples systems
> acting sluggish or freezing with the -rt kernel during Hardy. If I remember
> correctly it had to do with acpi, although I cannot find any of those emails
> on the mailing list.
> However, I did find a Ubuntu Studio review by Dave Phillips that also
> mentions the acpi situation:
> Also, this 64Studio forum posts discusses it a little more:
> Hope this helps.
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