David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴 🇪🇺
--- In MSGfirstname.lastname@example.org, "Peter Benney" <tugboat@g...> wrote:
I had bad segment loss today on the 0200, 0215, 0230 cycles andthe 0245 cycle was reported missing.
(wrong interface address 192.168.238.238?)"move the NIC to another PCI slot it may well get another IRQ.
I don't know. On my 1GHz Pentium III system (ASUS CLUSL2-C
motherboard), today I removed the DVB card (i.e. uninstalled it in
software) and moved it to a different slot.
On re-installing it all the IRQs are about the same and still
shared - IRQ 9 is (ISA) ACPI compliant system, (PCI) DVB card, sound
card, video card and network card. I wonder if I ought to
have "Plug-and-play OS" enabled in the BIOS?
On the 2.8GHz Pentium 4 system with its ASUS P4P800 motherboard, the
IRQs are (PCI) 5 Hauppauge audio driver, 11 USB controller, 16 video
card, 17 sound card, 18 disk, 19 USB, 20 IEEE 1394, 21 DVB card and
Hauppauge video driver, 22 network and added-in SCSI card. Where do
these IRQs above 15 comre from? [And no, I am not recommended that
anyone use a DVB card on such a fully loaded system - mine is just