SB 16 ISA
Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2004 16:18:08 GMT
I was trying to get the computer to recognize an old Soundblaster CT1740 ISA
sound card. It had jumper setting to set DMA and IRQ. I am running Debian
3.01 with the 2.2.20 kernel, this kernel does support sound. The SB module
is running and a look at the /proc/interrupts file shows soundblaster on irq
7. I set the jumpers for irq 7 and DMA 1. a pnpdump says that no card is
found so I went into the Award BIOS of my L440 Gigabyte PII and tried
changing from manual irq 7 on pnp to auto to legacy. None of these worked.
Searching the web results have not helped and I am ready to give up and just
get a newer soundcard but I kind of hate quitting. Can anyone offer advise
on what I may have overlooked? I appreciate it. ...dzn
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