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Hi. Not that it disturbs me or anything, but it just keeps occuring with a short delay which is to check in dmesg: [ 7694.493047] [fglrx] IRQ 27 Disabled [ ...
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    Constant incorrect device operation reported by dmesg


    Hi. Not that it disturbs me or anything, but it just keeps occuring with a short delay which is to check in dmesg:


    [ 7694.493047] [fglrx] IRQ 27 Disabled
    [ 7694.895853] ACPI Error: No handler for Region [SACS] (ffff88011fade480) [PCI_Config] (20090903/evregion-319)
    [ 7694.895870] ACPI Error: Region PCI_Config(2) has no handler (20090903/exfldio-295)
    [ 7694.895883] ACPI Error (psparse-0537): Method parse/execution failed [\PRID.P_D0._STA] (Node ffff88011fada320), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.895947] ACPI Error (uteval-0250): Method execution failed [\PRID.P_D0._STA] (Node ffff88011fada320), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.895979] ACPI Error: No handler for Region [SACS] (ffff88011fade480) [PCI_Config] (20090903/evregion-319)
    [ 7694.895990] ACPI Error: Region PCI_Config(2) has no handler (20090903/exfldio-295)
    [ 7694.896003] ACPI Error (psparse-0537): Method parse/execution failed [\PRID.P_D1._STA] (Node ffff88011fada400), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.896057] ACPI Error (uteval-0250): Method execution failed [\PRID.P_D1._STA] (Node ffff88011fada400), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.896089] ACPI Error: No handler for Region [SACS] (ffff88011fade480) [PCI_Config] (20090903/evregion-319)
    [ 7694.896100] ACPI Error: Region PCI_Config(2) has no handler (20090903/exfldio-295)
    [ 7694.896110] ACPI Error (psparse-0537): Method parse/execution failed [\SECD.S_D0._STA] (Node ffff88011fada5e0), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.896164] ACPI Error (uteval-0250): Method execution failed [\SECD.S_D0._STA] (Node ffff88011fada5e0), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.896192] ACPI Error: No handler for Region [SACS] (ffff88011fade480) [PCI_Config] (20090903/evregion-319)
    [ 7694.896202] ACPI Error: Region PCI_Config(2) has no handler (20090903/exfldio-295)
    [ 7694.896212] ACPI Error (psparse-0537): Method parse/execution failed [\SECD.S_D1._STA] (Node ffff88011fada6c0), AE_NOT_EXIST
    [ 7694.896266] ACPI Error (uteval-0250): Method execution failed [\SECD.S_D1._STA] (Node ffff88011fada6c0), AE_NOT_EXIST


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    Usually happens if i access some of the applications that probably in turn attempt to access something else which is unknown to me. Using Debian 6.0.3 Stable amd64 + Gnome.

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    You might want to try a newer kernel - the newest one from backports is a safe bet. I see you have fglrx installed... you will need to rebuild the fglrx module for the new kernel.

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    oh no man.. i ain't messin' with no kernels. Tried it a few times, brought only troubles. I mean, i dunno, maybe i do it wrong, but every time it's just some crap. So yeah, if that ACPI "vommit" is the only thing i get then i better just stick with my old kernel. And if i step on to newer one it's gonna happen in 2013 with the arrival of Debian 7 Wheezy stable. You see, i just don't wanna "try" anymore. I've already experimented enough and reinstalled everything like 10 times. I know, it's stupid Win approach, but hey.. i'm kinda new to linux in general, so what is one to do if his OS is messed up and he doesn't know how to set everything in order quickly?.. So yeah... As for kernels - i did it a couple of times so that my system didn't boot up even, or didn't start DE. So i'm through with this ****... but hey, thanks mate.

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    The kernel from backports shouldn't give you any trouble, if it does you can simply boot into the stable 2.6.32 kernel... it's actually the easiest and safest approach...

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    Actually i've noticed that they still interrelate somehow... so it's not only to boot from one or another. One kernel may delete or change something for BOTH... maybe i'm wrong, but there was something fishy about it.. things were different even in old kernel after i installed new one.. it seemed so. I once installed another kernel and then it didn't boot. I tried the old one - didn't boot either. So... yeah. Usually it does something to xorg.

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