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Modem Conflicts with SCSI Host Adapter

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by JBon1, Oct 31, 2004.

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  1. JBon1

    JBon1 Thread Starter

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    I am using Windows XP. I recently installed a new modem. The modem works beautifully, but I cannot print. When I look at the device manager I notice that the Adaptec AHA-1502 SCSI Host Adapter is using IRQ 10 and I/O Range 0140-0154. THe Generic 56K HCF Data Fax Modem is also using IRQ 10 I/O Range EC00-EC07 and Memory Range E9000000 - E900FFFF. There is a check mark on both property boxes for use automatic settings. No Conflicts are listed in the conflicting device list for the modem, but the conflicting device list for the SCSI host adapter lists these conflicts:
    Interrupt Request 10 used by: Generic 56k HCF Data Fax Modem
    Intel(r) 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller.
    The Use automatic check box is checked but grayed out in the property box for the modem, but is checked and not grayed out in the property box for the SCSI host adapter. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Tumbleweed36

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    Hi,

    If it were mine I would go to Start, Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager and delete all references to a modem.

    Shut down and move your modem to PCI #3 or the third slot down from the AGP slot)

    Boot up and enter BIOS setup menu.....when you get there, then go to the PnP area and DISABLE it if you are using WinXP. (If it were Win98, then you would enable it)

    Save and Exit and reboot

    When it boots, add the latest and best drivers from the manufacturer's website for the modem.

    That should solve your problem.
     
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