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PCI conflict

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by windowswoes, Oct 15, 2003.

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  1. windowswoes

    windowswoes Thread Starter

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    Hi folks.
    I am re-posting my problem because I was mistaken in thinking it was solved.

    I replaced my PCI card with Microsoft MN-130, the old one crapped out. I worked with Microsoft Tech support to get it running properly. Everything was great and re-booted several times during system cleaning and spyware operations.

    When I boot I am receiving the following error:

    Resource Conflict: PCI Adapter 01 Bus: 00 Device:03 Function:00

    I pressed <F1> to ignore it and now I have no sound.

    Not sure what to do if I press <F10> and enter BIOS.

    I thought I had corrected the problem by reinstalling the driver for sound card. It was working fine until reboot, then I got the same error message.

    I'd really appreciate your help!
    Regards-
    Dominick
     
  2. griffinspc

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    The easiest possible repair would be to put the card into another PCI slot.

    Not knowing the history of your earlier posts and Microsoft's contribution, I'd try this first.

    EDIT: By the way, if you are running a sound card and not an on-board audio chip you could try moving the sound card to another slot too.
     
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