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Old 7th December 2017
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Originally Posted by Stlyx View Post
So, the good news is that the BIOS was out of date.
One step forward, at least

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Unfortunately, the problem still persists.
Does the boot always freezes at the same point ?

On the picture you posted, the last line is some ACPI WMI related features.
WMI is Windows Management Instrumentation, maybe not really NetBSD friendly.
(but since I don't use NetBSD, I really don't know, it's just an idea).

So if WMI is the cause of the trouble, it should be possible to deactivate it in the BIOS, in the Power Management section.
Or it should be possible to deactivate the entire ACPI features.

Would be worth trying...
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