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CPU over heating! Please help! - Linux Setup, Configuration & Administration

Not me wrote: > Sorry had to repost, I wrote down the wrong addy... > > Has anybody ran into this same problem?? > > I just installed the ACX100sta drivers for my DWL-650+ PCMCIA to be detected > in Mandrake 9.1.... it works by detecting BUT it is (or something is > anyways) causing my cpu to over heat. It says it running between the range > of 98-99 and my fan is always on high ing out hotair. Uhhh... if the fan is on full blast AND the machine overheats, then this clearly broken HW or a broken ...

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    Not me wrote:
    > Sorry had to repost, I wrote down the wrong addy...
    >
    > Has anybody ran into this same problem??
    >
    > I just installed the ACX100sta drivers for my DWL-650+ PCMCIA to be detected
    > in Mandrake 9.1.... it works by detecting BUT it is (or something is
    > anyways) causing my cpu to over heat. It says it running between the range
    > of 98-99 and my fan is always on high ing out hotair.

    Uhhh... if the fan is on full blast AND the machine overheats,
    then this clearly broken HW or a broken design.

    Now, it is a well known problem that some newer laptops don't
    like the Linux acpi implementation and won't run their fan
    at all... in those cases, often times you can revert back
    to just apm and the fan will return.

    Chris Cox Guest

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    I installed them by the InstallAcx100sta command once i extracted them into
    a subdirectory



    "B. Joshua Rosen" <bjrosenpolybus.com> wrote in message
    news:pan.2003.07.14.19.00.44.35408polybus.com...
    > On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 13:59:56 -0400, Not me wrote:
    >
    > > Sorry had to repost, I wrote down the wrong addy...
    > >
    > > Has anybody ran into this same problem??
    > >
    > > I just installed the ACX100sta drivers for my DWL-650+ PCMCIA to be
    > > detected in Mandrake 9.1.... it works by detecting BUT it is (or
    something
    > > is anyways) causing my cpu to over heat. It says it running between the
    > > range of 98-99 and my fan is always on high ing out hotair.
    > >
    > > I am using a Toshiba Satellite 1900
    > > Intel Pentium 4 w/ 1.7Ghz (mPGA478 pkg CPU) Chipset: Intel 82845D MCH
    > > (memory controller hub)
    > > Intel 82801 BA I/O Controller HUB2 (ICH2) QZ6933 for the
    card
    > > bus PCMCIA controller ATI Mobility RADEON M6-P Graphics
    > > controller
    > > 256 DDR RAM
    > > 256KB L2 Cache
    > > 40GB HD
    > >
    > > I installed the "acx100_bin_20030626.tgz" from this website:
    > >
    > > [url]http://www.ivor.it/wireless/acx.html[/url]
    > > and followed the HOWTO_acx100.txt instructions!
    > >
    > > If I need to uninstall what I did, how do I do it?! Sorry to all, BUT I
    > > am new to the Linux world!
    > >
    > > Any help is greatly appreciated!
    >
    > Do a top to see which process is eating your CPU. If it is something
    > associated with your wireless drivers then you might want to contact the
    > author directly. As for uninstalling the drivers, how did you install
    > them? from an RPM or from sources?
    >

    Not me Guest

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    On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 15:46:25 -0400, Not me wrote:
    > I installed them by the InstallAcx100sta command once i extracted them
    > into a subdirectory
    >
    >
    >
    > "B. Joshua Rosen" <bjrosenpolybus.com> wrote in message
    > news:pan.2003.07.14.19.00.44.35408polybus.com...
    >> On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 13:59:56 -0400, Not me wrote:
    >>
    >> > Sorry had to repost, I wrote down the wrong addy...
    >> >
    >> > Has anybody ran into this same problem??
    >> >
    >> > I just installed the ACX100sta drivers for my DWL-650+ PCMCIA to be
    >> > detected in Mandrake 9.1.... it works by detecting BUT it is (or
    > something
    >> > is anyways) causing my cpu to over heat. It says it running between
    >> > the range of 98-99 and my fan is always on high ing out hotair.
    >> >
    >> > I am using a Toshiba Satellite 1900
    >> > Intel Pentium 4 w/ 1.7Ghz (mPGA478 pkg CPU) Chipset: Intel 82845D MCH
    >> > (memory controller hub)
    >> > Intel 82801 BA I/O Controller HUB2 (ICH2) QZ6933 for the
    > card
    >> > bus PCMCIA controller ATI Mobility RADEON M6-P Graphics
    >> > controller
    >> > 256 DDR RAM
    >> > 256KB L2 Cache
    >> > 40GB HD
    >> >
    >> > I installed the "acx100_bin_20030626.tgz" from this website:
    >> >
    >> > [url]http://www.ivor.it/wireless/acx.html[/url]
    >> > and followed the HOWTO_acx100.txt instructions!
    >> >
    >> > If I need to uninstall what I did, how do I do it?! Sorry to all, BUT
    >> > I am new to the Linux world!
    >> >
    >> > Any help is greatly appreciated!
    >>
    >> Do a top to see which process is eating your CPU. If it is something
    >> associated with your wireless drivers then you might want to contact the
    >> author directly. As for uninstalling the drivers, how did you install
    >> them? from an RPM or from sources?
    >>
    >>
    InstallAcx100sta is probably a script, just open it up in Emacs and
    look to see if it takes an uninstall argument. If it has an uninstall then
    that's all you have to do, if it doesn't then you should be able to figure
    out where it put everything and then you can remove it by hand.

    B. Joshua Rosen Guest

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    Chris Cox <ccox_nopenotthisairmail.net> wrote:
    > Now, it is a well known problem that some newer laptops don't
    > like the Linux acpi implementation and won't run their fan
    > at all... in those cases, often times you can revert back
    > to just apm and the fan will return.
    Likewise, some newer laptops don't run the fan at all *without* ACPI
    enabled.

    --
    Matthew Miller [email]mattdmmattdm.org[/email] <http://www.mattdm.org/>
    Boston University Linux ------> <http://linux.bu.edu/>
    Matthew Miller Guest

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    Matthew Miller wrote:
    > Chris Cox <ccox_nopenotthisairmail.net> wrote:
    >
    >>Now, it is a well known problem that some newer laptops don't
    >>like the Linux acpi implementation and won't run their fan
    >>at all... in those cases, often times you can revert back
    >>to just apm and the fan will return.
    >
    >
    > Likewise, some newer laptops don't run the fan at all *without* ACPI
    > enabled.
    >
    Equally valid point. I guess you need to try both ways to
    see what works. But that assumes the fan is not running
    at all... and for some strange reason, the laptop is overheating
    while the fan is running full blast.

    Chris Cox Guest

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    > I just installed the ACX100sta drivers for my DWL-650+ PCMCIA to be
    > detected in Mandrake 9.1.... it works by detecting BUT it is (or
    > something is anyways) causing my cpu to over heat. It says it running
    > between the range of 98-99 and my fan is always on high ing out
    > hotair.
    Run 'top' and see what's eating up CPU
    Could always be a hardware problem: e.g. fan with a bearing that's going

    Also boot into CMOS and go to the 'power' or 'temperatures' screen, leave
    it running for an hour and see what the temperatures go up to. Is a fan not
    working?

    --
    Jem Berkes
    [url]http://www.pc-tools.net/[/url]
    Windows, Linux & UNIX software

    Jem Berkes Guest

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