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Tyan S2895 / K8WE BIOS 1.04 "out of space for Option ROMs!"

 
 
user@nowhere.net
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      10-19-2006, 04:54 AM

I have a Tyan Thunder K8WE / S2895 and just upgraded the BIOS to
the lastest version 1.04

Now the BIOS hangs up during booting, and it says:

"out of space for Option ROMs!"

what does this mean?


I disabled a couple of on-board devices (e.g. SCSI) and it still gives
this error message..

any ideas, tips?

thanks!
 
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wolfgang schneider
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      10-19-2006, 12:19 PM
hi ,

didn't you reset the bios to default values ?

In article <453704ed$0$34489$(E-Mail Removed)>, (E-Mail Removed)
says...
>
> I have a Tyan Thunder K8WE / S2895 and just upgraded the BIOS to
> the lastest version 1.04
>
> Now the BIOS hangs up during booting, and it says:
>
> "out of space for Option ROMs!"
>
> what does this mean?
>
>
> I disabled a couple of on-board devices (e.g. SCSI) and it still gives
> this error message..
>
> any ideas, tips?
>
> thanks!
>


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user@nowhere.net
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      10-19-2006, 05:55 PM

Hallo Wolfgang,

yes, I did - that's what caused this problem to re-appear.
I had it fixed in my old BIOS 1.03 setup, but that was earsed
when I upgraded the BIOS to 1.04 - so it re-appeared.

I talked to Tyan today, and they suggested to:

- switch off the Option ROM error reporting
- disable any unused on-board devices such
as MAC OPSCAN, SCSI, etc..

For LINUX they also suggest to:

- switch OS type to LINUX on the main BIOS page
- set MTRR to discrete
- enable the IOMMU
- set the memory hole to hardware

Looks like this solved the problem!

T.


wolfgang schneider wrote:
> hi ,
>
> didn't you reset the bios to default values ?
>
> In article <453704ed$0$34489$(E-Mail Removed)>, (E-Mail Removed)
> says...
>
>>I have a Tyan Thunder K8WE / S2895 and just upgraded the BIOS to
>>the lastest version 1.04
>>
>>Now the BIOS hangs up during booting, and it says:
>>
>> "out of space for Option ROMs!"
>>
>>what does this mean?
>>
>>
>>I disabled a couple of on-board devices (e.g. SCSI) and it still gives
>>this error message..
>>
>>any ideas, tips?
>>
>>thanks!
>>

>
>

 
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