Question About Agp Card And Irq Allocatoin In Win2k
I have listed my IRQ's below. [IRQs] 0 System timer 1 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard 2 Programmable interrupt controller 3 U.S. Good thing Tolunay jumped in here.When I was setting up Win2000 on my machine here, I did go through quite a bit of BIOS tweaks. It still keeps ******* up on IRQ 5 & 11. I am running WIN98, and have only one IRQ open. Source
I could swear I changed ACPI setting around without any detrimental effect on Win2000, but my memory on that is a bit fuzzy. · actions · 2000-Oct-28 3:25 am · HFB1217The Answer ID 659 | Published 04/12/1999 04:24 PM | Updated 03/17/2010 12:56 PM How is the Interrupt Request (IRQ) assigned to the PCI SCSI card? If xp or 2000, then don't bother with IRQ. Any help would be appreciated.
Check with the video card / display adapter manufacturer to see if the specific video card requires an IRQ allocation - most motherboard CMOS / BIOS setup utilities have an option Are you overclocked?4. chuck Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Forcing the IRQ for Video Card upgrade by FLWB / October 14, 2004 11:17 AM PDT In reply to: Re: Forcing I'll try disabling the serial and parallel ports to see if anything frees up.
Even my Video card which is agp is being assigned to irq 9. Fios down in Tampa [FrontierCommunications] by tarp0n© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode