"Rob" <Rob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I have been researching my ACPI errors...you know like this one:
> Log Name: System
> Source: ACPI
> IRQARB: ACPI BIOS does not contain an IRQ for the device in PCI slot 13,
> function 0. Please contact your system vendor for technical assistance.
> And in looking into my IRQ's and sharing I fould that Vista created 190
> IRQ's....which I guess is ok except for the fact that it shares about 14
> them and does nothing with the other 176 , while at the same time
> that I don't have drivers for 4 of them and gives me errors in event
> on every boot.
> Anyone with an A8N SLI Premium having similar issues? and would changing
> computer driver to "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI PC)"
> help sort this out?
> OR should I just not worry about it?
> To be truthfull Other than lack of good drivers , game performance , some
> compatibilty issuse with older programs...standard new OS growing pains ,
> system is running very well , BUT these errors bother me , especially
> the error reporter tells me this has been solved by ASUS...and it hasn't ,
> and I have this wierd feeling that I am getting performance issues from
> thanks for any helpfull ideas , info or links ,
> (but if you are just going to be snippy and rude please do it to someone
> else...thanks , too much of that going on here)
I've been trying to find out the same info as I get them on my system also.
I would bet a good number of computers react the same way...if people were
to look at their event viewer. Here's a quote from the MS Knowledge base:
This error message may occur on a computer that uses a Peripheral Component
Interconnect (PCI) bridge that supports message-signaled interrupts but does
not support line-based interrupts
This error message may safely be ignored.
Note Do not ignore this error message if the following conditions are
true: . A yellow explanation mark (!) appears next to the device in Device
. You receive the following error message in the Properties dialog box
for the device in Device Manager:
This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code
In this scenario, a different issue may be causing the symptoms. Take
additional steps to troubleshoot this issue"
Took me several days of hunting to find this.
I am also getting 10 errors that relate to the NVATABUS in event viewer on
boot up and found that has to do with having a CD drive on the second IDE
channel. Everything works great on my system so that's nothing to worry