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    SubjectRe: VIA chipset hangs???
    On Sun Aug 22 1999, Dan Hollis wrote:

    > Apparently PCI peer concurrency is not an available option in Award BIOS,
    > only AMI Bios.

    The machines here all have the AWARD 4.51 PG Bios, and there's no
    such option, just like you say.

    See my previous mail, I know that on my machines the peer-concurency
    must be on per default because I have the results of a diagnostic
    tool they used at the local computer-store.

    > Someone will have to dig up the proper parameters for 'setpci' from
    > pciutils, to enable pci peer concurrency on the VIA chipset.

    Well, setpci from pciutils-2.0 does not have such options to
    switch it on, does it ?

    Greetings, Heinz.

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