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From: Max Herrgard <herrgard at>
Subject: Re: powernow not working on AMD Athlon XP Mobile
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 21:51:07 +0200
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On 14 sep 2011, at 20.45, Maurizio Lombardi wrote
>> Ok.  Remove the old patch and try this one:
> Thanks for your support Sepherosa, but unfortunately it still does not work.
> The last patch triggered others errors like the following:
> cpu0: Invalid FID 0x20, out [0xe, 0x16]
> cpu0: Invalid VID 0x6, in [0xd, 0xb]

You could try to set hw.acpi.cpu.pstate.strigent_check=0 in /boot/loader.conf. My K8 box needs that for it's messed up FID/VID.



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