Resolving Software Configuration Conflicts

Resolving Software Configuration Conflicts

The memory-address space and interrupt levels (IRQs) used by some hardware options might conflict with addresses defined for use through application programs or the EMS. (EMS is used only with DOS.)

If there is a conflict, one or more of the following conditions might exist:

You can resolve conflicts by changing either the software or the hardware configuration.

NOTE: Start the EISA Configuration Diskette to view the addresses used by the system board functions. Use the Advanced function of Step 3, View or edit details to view the addresses used by the adapters. (See 'Using EISA Configuration Diskette Advanced Function' for instructions.)

The best way to resolve memory-address conflicts is to change the addresses used by the application program or the device driver. To do this, use the EISA Configuration program.

If a device driver is causing a memory-address conflict, refer to the operating-system documentation or the documentation supplied with the device drivers.

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