HP COMPAQ NX7400 NOTEBOOK TEXAS INSTRUMENTS CARD READER DRIVER DETAILS:
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HP COMPAQ NX7400 NOTEBOOK TEXAS INSTRUMENTS CARD READER DRIVER
It simply wouldn't turn on anymore or shut down after a few seconds.
I got the systemboard replaced. My problems with "not booting" are now gone. I immediately flashed it and upgrade to gentoo-sources 2.
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The APIC errors in the dmesg output are gone. The old patch I linked above is not working anymore. I've attached a new one: I'm now playing with the 2. HP Compaq nx7400 Notebook Texas Instruments Card Reader suspected, ACPI thermals and fans didn't work. For solutions please see my Bugzilla entry. The following patches fix thermal and fan control problems if you don't need to use S4 state: Otherwise you have to apply those patches too: More details about mentioned patches at  and  respectively.
Afterwards both S3 and S4 swsusp states work. There are some minor problems, but aren't critical.
No need for kernel parameters noapic and nolapic. In short make some scripts that handle this or use ready-to-go tools like pm-utils. Although you might find it useful just to enable TPM module and then go back to F. All my comments apply to 2.
There is a thread in the official forums of HP containing a request for a bios with a fixed dsdt table and full linux acpi support. Click here to check out the Thread and make some noise!
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With linux prepatch release 2. What is more, do you KNOW what changes need to be made? I suspect that Compaq, left on, has impact damage that occurred some time after you finished watching the movie during that 12 hour period when it was left on.
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Irreversible hard drive impact damage could have occurred during that time. However, with the previously discussed USB external enclosure, you can perhaps recover the data, dragging and dropping it to the new hard drive.
The other option would be to reformat the hard drive, once you have saved the important data, and use the Compaq restore or recovery disk to reformat and reinstall Windows. After that, you can reinstall your software, then the files that you have saved to the USB drive or enclosured drive.
Too bad they don't have reps here in Europe, otherwise my Toshiba would have been sold by now: P Grey January 22nd, for the Texas Instruments PCI (TI-PCI) 6x12/7x12 Cardbus (Media Card Reader) for the listed notebook HP Compaq nx Notebook PC. HP Compaq nx Drivers For Windows XP Professional Instruments PCI (TI-PCI) and Cardbus Controller (Media Card Reader).