[ct-user] DVP IRQ
Don Daze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sun, 16 Mar 1997 20:24:21 -0600
I had a similiar conflict between my eithernet card and K1EA DVP card.
For the DVP to use base address 300h both the DVPTSR and the DVP card
must be set to 300h. There is a jumper near the bottom center of the
card that controls the base address. Leaving the jumper in place sets
the base address to 300h, removing the jumper will set the base address
to 308h. Remove the jumper and let me know how it works.
Don Daze, KC5AK (email@example.com)
Bruce Horn wrote:
> I'm trying to install a Network Interface Card in a 386 PC that has a K1EA
> DVP board installed. According to the DVPTSR, the DVP board is configured
> as IRQ=7 and base address=308H. When I configure the NIC to IRQ=10 and
> address=300H, the card fails its loop back test and cable connect test.. If
> I remove the DVP card from the computer, the NIC passes both tests.
> Looks like I need help from someone who understands bus addressing and
> interrupts better than I do. Any help would be appreciated.
> 73 de Bruce, WA7BNM (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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