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* Parameter1 == 0x0000000D means that some _ADR or _HID Symbol is missing in the dsdt.asl.
* Parameter1 == 0x0000000D means that some _ADR or _HID Symbol is missing in the dsdt.asl.
* Parameter1 == 0x00000011 is "something in the ACPI init". This can be improper object names, like an object "\._PR_foo" inside the "\._PR" scope (it should be just "foo" instead, or the surrounding scope killed)
* Parameter1 == 0x00000011 is "something in the ACPI init". This can be (among other things)
** improper object names, like an object "\._PR_foo" inside the "\._PR" scope (it should be just "foo" instead, or the surrounding scope killed)
** the use of qwords, which XP doesn't like (known error code tuple in this case: (0x11, 0x8, address of SSDT, unknown value)


The documentation of windbg has more detailed information about STOP 0xa5 than the MSDN article.
The documentation of windbg has more detailed information about STOP 0xa5 than the MSDN article.

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