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Hi I am trying to install an old ISA card into a Win98SE machine, and am having a problem in finding available I/O addresses. The ISA card is not plug and play. The card's default hex address is 320 hex, but can use 100-120, 120-140, 140-160, 160-180, 180-1A0, 1A0-1C0, 1C0-1E0, 1E0-200, 200-220, 220-240, 240-260, 300-320, 320-340, 340-360, configurable by dip switch. The problem is, the IDE controller is very greedy, and takes several addresses within each usable range: device manager shows IDE controller using many, many addresses as "Alias intel 82371AB/EB PCI master
Hello, this is my first post here, but alas, it is a question. I have recently installed a copy of Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP4 on a Compaq SR5610F which had originally run Vista. After some of Vista's black screens of death it was decided to start fresh... with Windows 2000. After a couple driver problems the computer ran smoothly and I installed Blackwingcat's KernelEX, (Amazing project!) Media player 10, .net framework 1.0-4.0, VC++ 2005-2010 redistributable, IE6 SP1 & 3, Chrome, Firefox, and all post SP4 updates except for an update for Microsoft Data components