Subject: Re: USB on HiNote VP710 Laptop: "can't map i/o space"
To: None <, duncan@MCS.VUW.AC.NZ>
From: Noriyuki Soda <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/11/2000 19:02:17
> > Check the BIOS, and make sure that it's assigning an IRQ for the USB
> > controller. I had that problem on one of my desktop systems at home.
> Thanks for the suggestion but I'd already checked the bios to see if there
> was anything about turning on/off USB.  I didn't see anything (which is not
> to say that it isn't there!)

Does the HiNote VP710's BIOS have "PnP OS" setting?
If it has, please try to make "PnP OS == NO" first.

If there is no "PnP OS" setting in the BIOS, or if "PnP OS == NO" setting
doesn't solve problems, please try follows.

> uhci0: can't map i/o space

This error can be fixed by
	options PCIBIOS

> cbb0: NOT USED because of unconfigured interrupt

This error can be fixed by
	options PCIBIOS

Also, if you get "bus 0" locater for "cardbus*" like follows,
the machine will not able to probe devices under the cardbus
(a shadow image of a pci bus device will appear under the cardbus),

> cardbus0 at cardslot0: bus 0 device 0 cacheline 0x0, lattimer 0x20

This "bus 0" case can be fixed by
	options PCIBIOS

I recommend you to use next SUP distribution of NetBSD-current,
since many fixes were pulled up to netbsd-1-5 branch today.
Also, if you have problem with PCIBIOS, please report it's dmesg
with the following option:

Please look at latest pcibios(4) man page for detail.