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    Default tpm tpm0: [Hardware Error]: Adjusting reported timeouts: A 10000->750000us B 10000->2000000us C 1000

    what does this mean?

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    Default Re: tpm tpm0: [Hardware Error]: Adjusting reported timeouts: A 10000->750000us B 10000->2000000us C

    Quote Originally Posted by jshand2015 View Post
    what does this mean?
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    Unfortunately you have posted in the wrong forum, will close temporarily and move to install/boot/login
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    Default Re: tpm tpm0: [Hardware Error]: Adjusting reported timeouts: A 10000->750000us B 10000->2000000us C

    Quote Originally Posted by jshand2015 View Post
    what does this mean?
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    Moved and re-opened.

    So you have tpm enabled or disabled in the system BIOS, if enabled and not using it, then suggest disabling and see what happens.
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    Default Re: tpm tpm0: [Hardware Error]: Adjusting reported timeouts: A 10000->750000us B 10000->2000000us C

    I suspect Malcolm is making the same guess,

    Trusted Platform Module.

    Not just the BIOS, but is a way to lock access based on certificates embedded in your hardware.
    Most often the certs are embedded in chips soldered on your system board, but the chips can also be in hard drives.

    Sound familiar with anything you know about your system?

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    Default Re: tpm tpm0: [Hardware Error]: Adjusting reported timeouts: A10000->750000us B 10000->2000000us C 1000

    On Mon 09 Oct 2017 10:56:01 PM CDT, tsu2 wrote:

    I suspect Malcolm is making the same guess,

    Trusted Platform Module.

    Not just the BIOS, but is a way to lock access based on certificates
    embedded in your hardware.
    Most often the certs are embedded in chips soldered on your system
    board, but the chips can also be in hard drives.

    Sound familiar with anything you know about your system?

    TSU


    Hi
    No guess I have a HP 14 that has a TPM2 BIOS setting, it's disabled
    and hidden from the cpu to avoid the following TPM2 driver error;

    Code:
    tpm_crb MSFT0101:00: can't request region for resource [mem 0x9fbba000-0x9fbbdfff]
    tpm_crb: probe of MSFT0101:00 failed with error -16
    AFAIK, TPM 2 has limited support in the current kernels...

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