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SubjectRe: 2.4.4-ac5 aic7xxx causes hang on my machine
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> Which is what I said also in my last email.  I'm more than happy to write this
> off as a BIOS bug, and it is highly likely that the fact that Windows doesn't
> see a problem is because of the exact test I mentioned above. The BIOS has to

I very much doubt windows is using that test.

> setup all possible boot devices, only devices non-essential to the boot
> process (sound cards, modems, crap like that) get left unconfigured. Not

It only has to do minimal setup on them. If the BIOS calls are polled then
assigning an IRQ is quite optional

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