Re: Help required SB16 PnP
I agree, isapnp is the best way to do it as a general rule. I just wanted
to confirm that there are bioses which do full initializations. The
reason that mine worked out just fine is that none of the resources which
are the first pick for the sound card are used on my system, so the values
I was initializing with isapnp were the same as those that my bios does
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On Wed, 29 Jul 1998, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 28, 1998 at 02:59:22PM -0500, Eric wrote:
> > On Tue, 28 Jul 1998, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> > > The Awe cards are a good example for partially initialization by PnP BIOS.
> > > The pcm devices work, but for the Awe driver patch to work, isapnptools is a
> > > must (at least with my Bios. Maybe there are newer, better bios'es
> > > available).
> > I have a fairly new (96/97) AMI bios. My AWE64 gets fully initialized by
> > it with no help from isapnp.
> The problem then is finding out what IO address etc the BIOS has assigned.
> Even Windows 95 doesn't rely on the BIOS to do it; I prefer to use isapnptools
> to be sure.
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