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After installing a new motherboard, in my system information file, shared resource area I see these conflicts/sharing, should I try to eliminate these sharing/conflicts or is it ok for these to exist?
IRQ 10      SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller
IRQ 10      IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
IRQ 11      IRQ Holder for PCI Steering
IRQ 11      Actiontec 56K PCI Call Waiting Modem
IRQ 14      Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
IRQ 14      SiS 5513 Dual PCI IDE Controller
IRQ 15      Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
IRQ 15      SiS 5513 Dual PCI IDE Controller
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Is your machine running fine?

No lockups/crashes?

No devices not working?

No strange error messages? [hmm - guessing this in Win9X, those should be normal :-)]

Are you asking out of curiousity or because of a problem you suspect is related?

I know that devices share IRQ, e.g. COM1 or COM2 will share with your soundcard, which is normal. As for those above conflicts, I don't know I'm afraid.
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Unless you're having a problem, leave it alone.
Those IRQs settings are normal.

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