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Re: Sound car question

Larry -

I can suggest four approaches to finding interrupts and I/O ports for
sound cards or other devices:

1 - Under Windows, watch for boot messages.  They may flash by pretty
quickly.  There is a way to process only one startup command at a time
- I think you have to hit F8 at some critical time during booting.

2 - Run the Windows "system" manager (Start | settings | control panel
| system), select the "device manager" tab, scroll down to the "sound,
video, and game controllers" item, expand the listing if 
necessary by clicking the "+", select the device, click on
"properties", and select the "resources" tab.

3 - Under Linux, check the boot messages using dmesg

4 - Under Linux, check /proc/pci.  This may be more informative if the
kernel was compiled with CONFIG_PCI_NAMES.

    - Jim Van Zandt

>From: baggett@euclid.colorado.edu
>Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2001 08:28:10 -0700 (MST)
>Resent-From: emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu
>Excuse me if this is not an emacspeak question.
>But I can't seem to get any help from anyone else.
>I want to run realaudio.  However, my problem is
>much more basic than that.
>I can't get my sound card to respond, even for auditory icons.
>I imagine this has to do with the fact that I
>have both windows98 and linux on my PC.
>The sound card works fine under windows, but I get
>messages like "resource busy"
>when I try to load a sound module under linux.
>The HOWTO suggests finding out what IO address and
>irq windows is using for the card,
>and then loading the module with those parameters.
>But I don't know how to find out this info.
>Anybody know how to circumvent Mr. Gates on this one?
>Larry Baggett

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