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I have a computer with win95 instaled. The motherboard is an Alton sis530 chipset. In win95 system properties the are memory and I/O conflicts between the standard pci to pci bridge and the video adapter. There doesn't seem to be any noticable problems caused by this conflict. Win 95 doesn't even flag the entries with an exclamation mark. I have tried removing each of the two entries and letting win95 redetect them but they still com back as conflicting. I tried manually changing the memory locations and i/o address on the video adapter but then I could only boot to safe mode. Will the computers performance be affected in any way by leaving this conflict. I doesn't seem to be affected at all.
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There is an old saying "If it aren't broke, don't fix it".  If you are not noticing any problems I wouldn't worry about it.
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It is just Win95, I have a MB that does the same thing, sometimes you can get a patch from the website. It is suppose to be some feature that 95 does not support.
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