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- If, after installing BIOS level IMET54WW or later, you need to install a previous BIOS release, you may receive the following error message at step 8. After turning the computer on, you hear one long and two short beeps with the following post error is displayed:
* WARNING - 0251: System CMOS checksum bad - Default configuration used
* ERROR - PS/2 mouse configuration error - device disabled
* ERROR - Resource Conflict allocation error static node # 08
I f this happens, simply turn the computer off and back on again, then proceed with step 9.
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Release Notes for Phoenix BIOS on EKF CC7-JAZZ
This file describes changes, extensions and bug fixes made in the Phoenix BIOS
for EKF's CC7-JAZZ.
Added code to load Intel PXE Expansion ROM only once, even if more than one appropriate
Ethernet controller is found during scan (e.g on CompactPCI). This avoids error message
"Resource Conflict - Allocation error static node # xx".
This or similar errors occur on Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo laptop computers.
PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS !
When did you first get this error ?
Have you dropped the laptop or subjected it to a physical jolt ?
Have you spilled liquid on it, or exposed it to liquid such as rain, or have you sprayed it with liquid ?
Has there been a power failure event when the AC adapter was plugged in ?
This may be related to a problem with the bios.
Have you updated the bios, and it was after that you got this error ?
Are you able to get into the bios Setup ?
Are you able to get into Windows ?
Do you get this error only when you have something plugged into the laptop ?
An ethernet adapter ?
A PCMICIA card ?
An ExpressCard ?