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SubjectRe: more via-rhine problems.
On Sun, 21 Jan 2001, Urban Widmark wrote:

>> I now believe that it is indeed caused by booting to windows 98
>> (by accident). ;o)
>Don't do that then :)

That is a completely sane solution indeed. ;o) Unfortunately, I
have to do so occasionally. Not often thankfully. ;o)

>> Doesn't matter if a driver is installed in win or not as I've
>> tried both. Just booting win at all causes the card to go
>> berzerk next boot. Must be something missing from the card init
>> code that should be resetting something on the card at init time,
>> but which is set by default on power on.
>I can't reproduce this, but I only have a 1106:3043 (DFE-530TX revA1) and
>tested this on a rather old P133.

00:07.3 Class 0600: 1106:3050 (rev 30)
Flags: medium devsel

00:12.0 Class 0200: 1106:3065 (rev 42)
Subsystem: 1186:1400
Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 32, IRQ 10
I/O ports at e800
Memory at e7000000 (32-bit, non-prefetchable)
Expansion ROM at e6000000 [disabled]
Capabilities: [40] Power Management version 2

>I tested 2.2.19pre and not 2.2.18+becker1.08, the biggest difference is
>the detection code so maybe that could be worth trying. 2.4 is again a
>little bit different ...
>You could try playing with bios settings. And dumping register contents
>from a working and non-working setup, for example:
>% via-diag -aaeemm
> (

I'll do that if I find time...

>% lspci -vvxxx -d 1106:3065

2 root@asdf:/home/mharris# grep CONFIG_PCI_QUIRKS /boot/K6-2.2.18-1NSRI

Already there. ;o)

Mike A. Harris - Linux advocate - Free Software advocate
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