On Fri, February 23, 2018 1:10 pm, Daniil .Travnikov wrote:
> I/O MMU: Not active
This might be the problem. Look through your BIOS settings and make sure
it's turned on.
P.S. You might also want to check out
for your R3.2 configuration- it might be why you can't use the newer
kernel on it.
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