Re: sound problem -ES1869
Thanks for the tip. I tried setting the IRQ to 10, as suggested with
modprobe sb esstype=1869 irq=10
I then got the error:
kernel: sb: Interrupt test on IRQ10 failed - Probable IRQ conflict
looking at /proc/interrupts shows:
12: PS/2 Mouse
There is a second column between these two labeled CPUO.
It has a non zero value for all but 2, 10, NMI, and ERR.
Can anyone offer any further ideas?
On Sun, 22 Dec 2002, Seneca wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 22, 2002 at 09:27:04AM -0600, Russ Cook wrote:
> > I have a Compaq presario with audio chip on the motherboard.
> > The chip is ES1869. Previous advice got me this far ...
> > I load the module with 'modprobe sb esstype=1869.'
> > I get this error: ESS chip ES1869 specified
> > kernel: sb: Interrupt test of IRQ7 failed - Probable IRQ conflict.
> > The utility 'saytime' works, but with long delays between words.
> > I can identify no cards using IRQ 7. My ethernet card uses IRQ 11.
> > Can anyone help me troubleshoot?
> IRQ7 is typically used by the first parallel port. You might want to try
> a different interrupt for your audio chip (such as IRQ10)).
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