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Gash! So many Problems! Help!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by willowyang, Nov 25, 2001.

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  1. willowyang

    willowyang Thread Starter

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    From start/settings/control panel/system/device manager tab, I found:

    Red indicator in front of GENERIC NEC FLOPPY DISK
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is disabled (code 22.) ) I tried click Enable Device but nothing changed.

    Yellow in front of Network Everywhere Fast Ethernet Adapter(NC100 v2)
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is not working properly because IRQ Holder for PCI Steering is not working properly (Code 31.) )
    From IRQ Holder for PCI Steering Properties--Device staus: This device is disabled (code 22.) ) I clicked Enable Device but after reboot computer, nothing changed. and if I chose reboot computer later, the Device staus changed to : The drivers for this device need to be reinstalled. (Code 18.) I clicked Reinstall Driver, it shows Windows encountered an error while trying to install the device. Error code: 69

    Yellow(question mark) in front of PCI Serial Controller
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is not working properly because IRQ Holder for PCI Steering is not working properly (Code 31.) )......

    Yellow in front of Iomega Clik! Parallel Port Interface
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed. (Code 10.) While I tried Update Driver, it even can't get the driver info from the installation disk.

    Yellow in front of Iomega Parallet Port Zip Interface
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed. (Code 10.) While I tried Update Driver, it even can't get the driver info from the installation disk.

    Red in front of Programmable interrupt controller
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is disabled (code 22.) ) I tried click Enable Device but nothing changed.

    Yellow in front of SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller
    (Properties--Device staus: This device is not working properly because IRQ Holder for PCI Steering is not working properly (Code 31.) )

    So many problems! how can I fix them? I have a feeling there should be a major problem, after fix the major one, the others might be go away, too...

    Or please just teach me in this case, how can I make my computer find the Iomega Driver? right now No Iomega Drivers Detected. I just want re-format my hard drive after I transfer personal files and folders into zip drive.

    My OP is Win98.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated...

    Red Yellow how can I make my computer find the Iomega Driver?
     
  2. willowyang

    willowyang Thread Starter

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    My computer -- Properties -- Device Manager -- PCI bus -- Properties -- IRQ Steering -- Uncheck Use IRQ Steering.

    IRQ Steering Disabled.

    Reboot computer, USB serial bus controller back to work properly.

    Now system can detect Zip drive.

    But other problems still there.
     
  3. ezymony

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    I cant help much i know what the yellow question mark means in device manager it means the device wasnt installed correct or it doesnt have any drivers .
     
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