[LinuxBIOS] What's stored in the CMOS by LB?
steven.goodrich at amd.com
Tue Apr 25 21:31:49 CEST 2006
Exception 6 is Invalid Opcode. This usually means that ES:EIP is
pointing to data or to garbage (stack error?). It could mean that
you're not at the right privilege level for the specific instruction at
-- Steve G.
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[mailto:linuxbios-bounces at linuxbios.org] On Behalf Of Ronald G Minnich
Sent: Tuesday, April 25, 2006 12:44 PM
To: Eric Poulsen
Subject: Re: [LinuxBIOS] What's stored in the CMOS by LB?
Eric Poulsen wrote:
> 1) Does LB store anything in the CMOS?
it can. It does store a few abouts about the type of boot that occurred
(fallback or normal).
> 2) If yes, is there anything in there that could become corrupted and
> cause "weird issues" as described above?
What's exception 6? I don't recall.
sometimes clocking info is stored in CMOS. There could be a collision
If you can tell more it would be good to know.
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