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  1. #21
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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Quote Originally Posted by jako View Post
    Had similar problem with a HP nc8430, ati graphics (X1600) with xserver radeon driver, i.e. open source. Put option "DynamicClocks" "on" in my xorg.conf, solved problem. With the propietary driver I'd always used aticonfig to throttle things, but of course that's not possible now.
    I've same notebook: try with latest radeon driver from https://launchpad.net/~tormodvolden/+archive/ppa and with theese options in xorg.conf

    Section "Device"
    Identifier "Configured Video Device"
    Option "ClockGating" "true"
    Option "DynamicPM" "true"
    # Option "ForceLowPowerMode" "true"
    EndSection

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Well, after the laptop started over heating with 9.04, I did clean use a cool air gun to clean the cpu and heat vents.

    It did help. It seems to be working fine now. But, again, one question still remains unanswered - With 8.04 it was fine even though the laptop cooling vents may have been blocked...

    Thanks!

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Umm isn't iasl for Intel? What if you have AMD?

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Hi there

    I am having this trouble also, It just appeared a few days ago.

    I decided first to give it a try to Ubuntu AMD 64 on a live disk, since that day the machine change it, it started to crash and then one day it was dead.

    I took it to the hp service they checked and they said that the mainboard was death, so they replaced.

    Today i was installing 9.04 and so far the machines has shutdown 4 times, because of the overheating, I have not having this trouble since 7.04 and 7.10.

    I am also using a fan cooler but it is not working properly. For the moment I am going back to 8.10 I am writting my master thesis and I can not loose time, If some one finds the answer please let us know to see it, 9.04 looks beautiful.

    My laptop is HP tx1420us AMD64x2

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Quote Originally Posted by brandon88tube View Post
    Umm isn't iasl for Intel? What if you have AMD?
    Don't let the name fool you. It is just developed by Intel. The iasl is only a tool to extract your DSDT from your BIOS so it can be edited. It has nothing to do with your CPU or hardware.

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Quote Originally Posted by estebandid0 View Post
    Hi there

    I am having this trouble also, It just appeared a few days ago.

    I decided first to give it a try to Ubuntu AMD 64 on a live disk, since that day the machine change it, it started to crash and then one day it was dead.

    I took it to the hp service they checked and they said that the mainboard was death, so they replaced.

    Today i was installing 9.04 and so far the machines has shutdown 4 times, because of the overheating, I have not having this trouble since 7.04 and 7.10.

    I am also using a fan cooler but it is not working properly. For the moment I am going back to 8.10 I am writting my master thesis and I can not loose time, If some one finds the answer please let us know to see it, 9.04 looks beautiful.

    My laptop is HP tx1420us AMD64x2
    Have a look at my DSDT how to in the links above. Send me a copy of your dsdt.dsl file, and I will look to see if there are any temp errors.

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Quote Originally Posted by 67GTA View Post
    Have a look at my DSDT how to in the links above. Send me a copy of your dsdt.dsl file, and I will look to see if there are any temp errors.
    Thanks, I am running now 8.10 again, or do I have to give u the DSDT from the 9.04??

    If so, I will try to installed again over the weekend and see the info

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    You can generate it from 8.10. Your DSDT is hard coded in to your BIOS and never changes.

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    Re: 9.04 Still over heats.

    Quote Originally Posted by 67GTA View Post
    You can generate it from 8.10. Your DSDT is hard coded in to your BIOS and never changes.
    Dear 67GTA thanks for your help here is the info

    My best regards

    Esteban

    Here is the info error

    /home/user/dsdt.dsl 3787: Method (_Q16, 0, NotSerialized)
    Warning 1086 - Not all control paths return a value ^ (_Q16)

    /home/user/dsdt.dsl 5823: And (CTRL, 0x1E)
    Warning 1104 - Result is not used, operator has no effect ^

    /home/user/dsdt.dsl 6080: And (CTRL, 0x1E)
    Warning 1104 - Result is not used, operator has no effect ^

    /home/user/dsdt.dsl 6204: And (CTRL, 0x1E)
    Warning 1104 - Result is not used, operator has no effect ^

    ASL Input: /home/user/dsdt.dsl - 8198 lines, 284102 bytes, 4189 keywords
    AML Output: dsdt.aml - 32602 bytes 851 named objects 3338 executable opcodes

    Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 4 Warnings, 0 Remarks, 1193 Optimizations
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    Last edited by estebandid0; May 6th, 2009 at 04:05 PM.

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