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It seems I do not have advanced power management enabled in my windows 2000 install on my FM2 board (fm2a75m-itx r2.0).  The APM tab missing.

I cannot shut down or reboot the system and it will not go to sleep.  Is it simply not possible to get it installed on that kind of board?  

It also runs at full speed all the time and there doesnt seem to be an 15f processor compatible k10ctl utility available.  What am I to do?

 

I am almost to the point of selling the board/chip and getting a new comporable intel board.  What do you guys think?




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Have you tried this?

 

GL



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Thread looked promising but I do not have an APM tab anywhere.  I'm trying different drivers to see what works but nothing has seemed to help.



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After reading through a few threads I'm wondering if the AHCI drier isnt the culprit http://www.msfn.org/...rivers-for-amd/

 

@tomasz86 what was your solution to it?







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