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    Default What does this kernel message mean

    Today I powered up my laptop and I got this message. kernel:[163530.851649] do_IRQ: 1.177 No irq handler for vector (irq -1) I know, to some extent, what an irq is and does but I'm not certain what to do or what exactly the kernel is trying to tell me.

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    Default Re: What does this kernel message mean

    On Fri 07 Mar 2014 06:36:01 PM CST, ballsystemlord wrote:


    Today I powered up my laptop and I got this message.
    kernel:[163530.851649] do_IRQ: 1.177 No irq handler for vector (irq -1)
    I know, to some extent, what an irq is and does but I'm not certain what
    to do or what exactly the kernel is trying to tell me.


    Hi
    Made any changes to the hardware or BIOS settings lately? Or maybe some
    configuration changes?

    If you google on "No irq handler for vector" there are lots of hits...

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    Default Re: What does this kernel message mean

    It's a laptop I have not changed a thing (except I removed the hard drive because I wanted to see how it hooked up.) As long as it's not a bad thing I don't really need to figure it out. The laptop is working fine currently.

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    Default Re: What does this kernel message mean

    I figured it out. I needed to push the dive in as far as it would go before screwing the screw in that held it down (the message kept repeating itself until I id this.)

    Thanks again.

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    Default Re: What does this kernel message mean

    On 2014-04-03 20:46, ballsystemlord wrote:
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    > I figured it out. I needed to push the dive in as far as it would go
    > before screwing the screw in that held it down (the message kept
    > repeating itself until I id this.)


    Oh... :-O

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