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How can I see the IRQ of my PCMCIA devices are using,and other Devices in a NT WorkStation 4.0?
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Question by:drmuerte
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by:JBirkmann
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use WINMSD, if the PCMCIA drivers are loaded.
If not one way could be the BIOS Setup (reserve or assign IRQ for PCMCIA, the other way is the configuration utility of your PCMCIA card or the config utility of the PCMCIA controller (depending on vendor)
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by:drmuerte
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Yeah, it`s correct, but I want to know, where? (I think that's in the Registry) The system, save the hardware configuration and information of the Devices?
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kwe earned 50 total points
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Try Using the Windows NT diagnostics program under administrative tools and select the resources tab.

Does this help??

K
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by:mr_sema
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You can find information about device configuration in the registry. Remember, always use sysedt32 and not sysedit....

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\driver_name
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What´s the difference between Diagnostic Tool and WINMSD. Can you explain?
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