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Date:      Thu, 09 Aug 2007 08:46:59 +1000
From:      Paul Fraser <>
To:        Narek Gharibyan <>
Subject:   Re: Wathdog Timeout HELP
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <003901c7d9a0$9d54bec0$>
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Narek Gharibyan wrote:
> Dear All,
> I recevice about 3-5 times per day xl0 : watchdog timeout, xl1 watchdog
> timeout. I tried to set BIOS value "Plug and Play O/S" to yes or no. None of
> the values help me. I use 3COM nics, I checked all nics operate under
> separate IRQ-s. When I receive this massage connection breaks for a few
> seconds. What to do?

Hi Narek,

No real consolation at this point, however I experience the same problem 
with a variety of other NICs in a couple of systems. I don't have a 
solution either I'm afraid as I've tried everything from 
enabling/disabling PnP, disabling watchdog and ACPI etc.

But I'll mark the thread and follow with interest; I'm also keen to 
assist in testing in any way.


Paul Fraser // Independent Technical Consultant // Ph: +61 405 341 905 

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