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How do i change my IRQ settings


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scrushmaster

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I am currently addressing an artifacting problem with a video card and have ruled everything out except for the high irq address with my graphix card which could cause my card to get to little resources, but i have no windows disk and want to do a manual setup of my IRQ through ACPI. Does anyone know a program or method to do this besides using a windows disk?

Edited by scrushmaster, 06 June 2005 - 06:13 PM.

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I have no idea, but if you can use it somewhat or have a built in vid card cant u just adjust it in your bios and risk your computers stability even more?
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Woops... got a second post in here.... boba boiee boba boiee, Howard Sterns... i just cant say it, cant even type it *shudders*...

Edited by Destructo Roboto, 06 June 2005 - 09:50 PM.

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How can i change the acpi configuration that windows uses to assigne irq ports in bios? That doesnt seem to make sense mr destructo
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