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SubjectRe: 2.6.20 PCI Cannot allocate resource region 2
On 2/7/07, Luming Yu <> wrote:
> > none on the card, a flash or a firmware .. it has a 24c02 EEPROM for
> > vendor information, that's all
> Ok, sounds like windows driver can fix the broken EEPROM on you card.
> Otherwise, I can not explain how windows driver can fix the problem for linux.

I have the windows driver sources for the device, it does _not_ write
anything to the EEPROM under any circumstance.

moreover the EEPROM is write protected in hardware by a jumper. So no
application can write to it, AFAICS

> Anyway, this issue is NOT linux problem. right?

I am not very sure about that.

really i am thinking this way .. On booting up windows, it could have
changed some BIOS stuff (written something to NVRAM or something like
that ?).. that's the only possibility that i can see here.

really lost on this one.

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