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I'm running a dual boot system win98 and Open Linux 2.2.  Everytime a try to load any sound card kernel it tells me resource busy.  I've checked in my bios for any PnP options and have found none.  I was woundering what else could be causing this problem?  
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If you don't have an option to clear your PnP information in your bios, check your motherboard documentation for clearing NVRAM or clearing your bios by a jumper.  If you have an older system, it is probably a jumper.  I would reseat the cards.  If you have the modem set to manually receive a fax in windows, it could be the cause of the modem problem.  Click start/run and type in msconfig.  Click on the startup tab and uncheck anything that isn't necessary, especially anything modem-related. Those are background processes that you aren't using that are zapping your video, processor and memory in windows. If you have a PnP bios, the option would be "Reset Configuration Data".  Some have ESCD, DMI and both for options.  
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