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IRQ holder for PCI steering error # 10 in ME/ communications error for LTP1

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by goose1969, Nov 30, 2001.

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  1. goose1969

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    I'm having problems printing from Photoshop to my Epson 780 printer. Halfway through the job I get a comm error. I checked for hardware errors in help and found- IRQ HOLDER for PCI STEERING ERROR 10.
    Could this be related to my printing problem? It shows 3 errors one for IRQOB, IRQOA, IRQOC.I am running Win ME on a K6-2 500 with a VIA MVP3 MB.
    Also I did check all my connections first. Thanks for your help.
     
  2. Cosmoe

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    this error only occurs when printing in photoshop?
     
  3. goose1969

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    Photoshop is the only program I usually print from
    but I have had lock-ups throughout the whole system. These are basically a pause for about 2 sec where I hear a buzzer type sound from my soundcard but don't get the BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH like I get in Photoshop.I also have a Pinnacle
    Capture card that had problems with IRQs innitally. Goose
     
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