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jack kesselman Feb 25, 2002, 11:15pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I've installed an m-audio i/o card in my system and I get the following message at boot time:


I/O card parity interrupt at F000:BB31 Type (S)hut off NMI (R)eboot, other key to continue.

The only selection that seems to work is (S) to shut off NMI.

The system boots into Win98 and card does work.

When I take the card out of my system the message goes away.

I've tried moving the card to each of the slots...but I always get this message. I've also tried modifying the BIOS settings ... no change.

Any ideas?

Thanks

jack


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Rhort Feb 26, 2002, 04:39am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Jack, this is going to be a problem with the card itself, especially as it's just happening with this card in the system, where the other cards are working properly, and when you take it out the message goes away.

It could also be a resource conflict of some sort. Can you test the card in another machine?

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jack kesselman Feb 26, 2002, 11:42am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: i/o card parity interrupt
I have tried it in other machines...with the same results.....

The weird thing is that the sound card does work!

I've decided to have the card replaced...but I keep wondering if there is some configuration issue with my system (or the others I tried on).

Any other comments?

thanks for your help

Jack

jack kesselman Mar 07, 2002, 07:38am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: i/o card parity interrupt
It turns out that it was a bad i/o card.

Replaced the card and everything works!

JK


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