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SubjectRe: [PATCH 001/001] PCI: PCI quirk for Asus A8V and A8V Deluxe motherboards
Andras Mantia <> writes:

> Måns Rullgård wrote:
>> I didn't do anything else.  Check that your chipset has the same PCI
>> ID that the patch is for.
> Indeed, the problem is here. If I use
> asus_hides_ac97_lpc );
> (see the PCI_ANY_ID) instead of
> asus_hides_ac97_lpc );
> (and remove the check "if (likely(!asus_hides_ac97)) return;")
> it works. I cannot see the output about enabling the device in "dmesg | grep
> PCI", but lspci shows the audio and modem device.
> And it works both with the 2.6.13 suse and 2.6.15 vanilla kernel.

That certainly suggests that your chipset has a different PCI ID.

> I managed to hang the machine completely with skype, altough before that a
> quick test showed that the device works, as I could hear the music. Maybe
> it's the same problem you've experienced.

With the card in the bad slot I only got a few seconds of sound before
the machine locked up. Since you have a different board, it could of
course still be a similar problem, just less likely to happen.

Which sound card were you using when your machine hung?

> Can you tell me how can I find the real device ID for my chipset? It
> *should* be the same one as the original writer of the patch wrote (he also
> had an ASUS A8V Deluxe as I understood), but the experience tells it is
> not.

lspci -n will list the PCI IDs in hex.

Måns Rullgård

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