Re: Conflicts found in /proc/interrupts
I'm sorry for the late reply! Have experinced some problems with my
mail-account lately, which in this case stopped the mail I sent to arrive
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> Well, move the order of the cards around and resetting the BIOS resource
> config probably will help greatly. Most NICs hate to share. But then so
> do many nvidia cards.
> What kind of a motherboard do you have?
I'm not sure, bought the PC used from a friend, and didn't know either.
But I can tell you what I read directly off the board:
-Manufacturer seems to be: 'KBP.' written with a mirrored B the . in the
end seems like a small o
-Found a number not far from 'KBP': 'FW82443BX'
-Many chips has these inscriptions on them: 'Intel PCISet' & 'Winbond'
Searched for these strings in google, found nothing.
> Provide that and I ccould take a look at the user-guide and see if it
> has slots that WON'T share interrupts. Otherwise sometime you just have
> to work with it.
Thanks for helping!!!!!
> BTW, all the numbers 0 - 15 are the important ones.
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