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MB reports shutdown failure

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My HDD with Mandriva 2010.2 died so I purchase a new drive and decided to install 2011. Install went fine and I managed to get updates after using easy-urpmi to find working update servers. Also got rid of that butt ugly Rosa simple launcher. Anyway...

 

When I restart my computer after shutting down with 2011 my MB BIOS reports a boot failure and to reset BIOS to defaults. Doing so is the only way to get the system to boot again. With my Windows 7 HDD installed I have no problems shutting down and restarting.

 

Where should I look to fix this? ACPI or APM settings? Somewhere else? Are there logs I should be looking at?

 

   ****Warning: System BOOT Fail ****
Your system last boot fail or POST interrupted.
Please enter setup to load Default and reboot again.

 

Motherboard is Asus P5N72-T Premium.

Edited by angst

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I tried various acpi apm options. Tried lilo vice grub.

 

Here is a cut of the syslog from shortly before rebooting.

 

This seems notable but I don't know what to do with it or if it is the problem.

Nov 10 14:23:21 localhost kernel: ACPI: resource nForce2_smbus [io  0x1c00-0x1c3f] conflicts with ACPI region SM00 [io 0x1c00-0x1c05]
Nov 10 14:23:21 localhost kernel: ACPI: If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
Nov 10 14:23:21 localhost kernel: ACPI: resource nForce2_smbus [io  0x1c80-0x1cbf] conflicts with ACPI region SM01 [io 0x1c80-0x1c85]
Nov 10 14:23:21 localhost kernel: ACPI: If an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver 

 

 

Edited to remove to much probably useless info. see next post.

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