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NT4: How handle IRQ change?

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I have an Adaptec 1522 SCSI card that I need to move from IRQ 11 to IRQ 12.  I can easily do this with the jumpers on the card, but what do I have to do with NT 4.0 to get the system to use the new IRQ?

I do not boot from SCSI but rather from IDE.
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I'm not positive on this, but I believe that the ntdetect will auto sense the new IRQ when you boot with the new setting and adjust accordingly.  Least that is what it does with all my PCI SCSI stuff.  Otherwise you can try this:

Go into the Control Panel and stop the Adaptec SCSI device. ( I believe it is the aha154x)

Now go into regedt32 change
Local Machine/Hardware/DeviceMap/Scsi/Scsi Port 1/Interrupt
from 0xb to 0xc.

Now reboot.



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