Re: PCI BIOS problems
There is a reason why that could fail: irq 11 or io 0x300 could be taken
already, you can check that by: cat /proc/interrupts and cat /proc/ioports
There you see what interrupts and io adresses are taken by your devices,
if irq 11 and io 0x300 are not taken... there would be no reason that that
would fail (except if your card is broken...).
On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Patrick Kirk wrote:
> If I take out the PCI card and put in a second NE2000 with jumpers set to
> io=0x300 and irq=11, is there any reason why that would fail? Getting
> desperate here.
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