I have special hardware card for some puprose which can generate interrupts from IRQ1 to IRQ7. Interrupt number can be selected by setting appropriate jumper on card.
Problem: I set IRQ5 which corresponds to interrupt vector 0dH . I have LPT2 on this IRQ.
Question : Can I handle interrupt if another device already uses it ? Should LPT2 be disabled ?
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