Subject: Re: PCMCIA problems on Hitachi Visionbook Traveler 600
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
Date: 05/17/1999 16:34:40
On May 17, 4:29pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (Ezra Story) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: PCMCIA problems on Hitachi Visionbook Traveler 600
| On Mon, May 17, 1999 at 06:58:05PM +0000, Christos Zoulas wrote:
| > In article <19990517144026.A3711@panix.com> email@example.com (Ezra Story) writes:
| > >
| > >So, anyone encounter a problem like this and solve it? Or any
| > >other suggestions. It's almost as if the laptop needs some magic
| > >bit to be twiddled to get the irq's from the slots to work. The
| > >isa pcmcia controller is a I82365DL (0x84) and the laptop does have
| > >cardbus support, which is unused, of course.
| > >
| > If you have windoze, check what irq it gives to it. If you have a different
| > portable plug it in and see if it works on that one. What kind of combo
| > card is it? Modem + Enet?
| oops, I'm sorry, I forgot to mention: This same card has been
| working perfectly in my old laptop for almost a year now. In fact,
| using the same kernel on the old laptop as on the new laptop, the
| card works. Unfortunately, I don't have windows installed (no CD
| drive on the laptop), so I can't check the irq. Even when it had
| windows on the hd, I couldn't check because it wanted card drivers
| I couldn't provide. :) The card didn't come with a driver disk.
| The old laptop is a Toshiba CS2115 .
| It's just an ethernet card with both 10bt and BNC connectors on
| the connector thingie (for lack of a better name) that connects to
| the card. I sort of assumed that's what the combo refered to,
| since it definitely does not have a modem. :) It may just be a
| misnaming by the probe code, or my brain fart (I dont have the
| machine in front of me at work right now).
-- End of excerpt from Ezra Story