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SubjectRe: SiS sound driver
At 09:24 AM 30/10/01 +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > PCI: Sharing IRQ 5 with 00:0c.1
> > trident: SiS 7018 PCI Audio found at IO 0x1000, IRQ 5
> > ac97_codec: AC97 codec, id: 0x0000:0x0000 (Unknown)
>It's failing to initialise the AC97 codec. That may be timing (try longer
>delays for one). Also try load, unload, load sequences. It may be the ac97
>is wired strangely on your box.

Tried load/unload/load sequences with no luck. Tried increasing all the
relevant delays within the ac97 and trident drivers, and while I think I've
found a bug in a small part of the ac97 driver (trivial, will post soon,
but isn't causing my problem), still no luck (even with load/unload/load
again). Any suggestions on where I should try delays in the code?

If this is a weird ac97 implementation, any suggestions on how I'd go about
figuring it out? Possible diagnosis utils and the like are always a boon,
even if I have to run Windows on the thing and figure out how it's doing
it. Since I have 2 of these machines, I can always run them in parallel and
compare stuff between.

Many thanks.


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