"canixs" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> This ACPI error is a known issue to MS and had article about, I don't
> remember where, but it's safely ignore.
> "Walter Cohen" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>I have a clean Vista Home Pro install on a new Biostar TForce 6100-939
>>mobo. I cannot get ACPI and hibernate/sleep to work as far as waking the
>>system up using either keyboard or mouse...but that's another problem.
>> Ever since I installed Vista last week I daily get at least 5 ACPI error
>> events and I could use some help in diagnosing the error. Maybe this
>> might even be related as to why I cannot wake my system from hibernate.
>> Here is the text of the error (which MS has no further info on):
>> "IRQARB: ACPI BIOS does not contain an IRQ for the device in PCI slot 4,
>> function 0. Please contact your system vendor for technical assistance."
>> My bios is an AWARD bios. The *only* PCI card I have in my system is a
>> Linksys Etherfast 10/100 LAN card (LNE100TX V5.1) which I plug my cable
>> modem into to dish out my wireless signal to my other home desktops.
>> Any help is appreciated on understanding what this error is telling me
>> and how I might successfully address it.
>> *Also, if you think I should post this in a more appropriate newsgroup
>> please let me know
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.