Subject: Re: pcic
To: Frank van der Linden <email@example.com>
From: Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/12/2000 10:16:17
In message <20000412101847.A12237@wins.uva.nl>, Frank van der Linden writes:
>> >PNP0C01 (mem 0-9fbff 9fc00-9ffff e0000-fffff 100000-3ffffff fec00000-fec00f
>ff fee00000-fee00fff fffe0000-ffffffff) at pnpbios0 index 0 ignored
>What you should try is:
> 1) Disable the SCSI BIOS, you don't need it anyway (unless you
> want to boot from a SCSI device).
That's the problem. I need to boot from SCSI. :(
> 2) Make sure that the BIOS setting for "ISA mem block base" (or
> something similarly named) in the BIOS setup isn't set to
> "automatic", but rather set it to something like 0xd0000,
> size 64k. Or smaller if you can't set it to that, setting
> the base to 0xd0000 will usually make sure you have
> 0xd0000-0xe0000. Also, switch off any shadowing of ROM
> in that range.
The problem is that if I do this, I can't use the SCSI bios. And I do
need to boot from SCSI. The case doesn't have much room...
I'd *really* like to use c0000, but something seems to make it not work;
irritatingly, the probe routine doesn't seem to be doing what I expect,
because debugging printfs in it don't come out in a comprehensible way.