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"The ROM PCI IRQ routing table appears to be faulty!!"



 
 
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Old April 24th 11, 03:14 PM posted to comp.os.os2.apps,comp.os.os2.misc,comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.chips
Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
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Default "The ROM PCI IRQ routing table appears to be faulty!!"

ROM PCI IRQ routing table Tests....
ROM IRQ routing table found at F000h:2B20h
Table Version 1.0 - OK
Table size 240 bytes - OK
Table Checksum 84h - OK
PCI Interrupt Router: 82801BA LPC Interface (ICH2 B4 step)
IRQ's dedicated to PCI : None
Error: connectivity mismatches for link value 63:
Bus=0 Device=31 Pin=INTA# Map=3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,14,15
Bus=2 Device= 1 Pin=INTA# Map=9,10,11
The ROM PCI IRQ routing table appears to be faulty!!


Unsure of what the message about the faulty routing table means.

It means that in two different portions of the table, written by whoever
compiled your machine's firmware, the same PCI INT line is described as
mappable to two different sets of ISA IRQs.

 




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