Resource conflict error

December 19, 2005 at 01:15:51
Specs: Win 98 SE, 500 Mhz, 128 MB RAM

Hello friends,

I own an HP Pavillion 8513 Desktop PC for the last 6 years. Here are the specs:
500 Mhz, Intel Pntium III Processor
128 MB SDRAM Standard (Sync)
10.2 GB Hard Disk
Data/Fax Modem V.90 56.6 kbps Rockwell, with integrated sound card(Internal)
OS: Windows 98 SE, Phoenix BIOS

I am facing a weird problem for the past few days. When I start my PC, I get an error as follows :
ERROR
Resource Conflict - PCI in Slot 01
Bus : 00, Device : 0C, Function :00
ERROR
Resource Conflict - PCI in slot 01
Bus:00, Device : 0C, Function: 02

Press <F1<> to setup, <F2> to resume

On pressing F2, Windows starts. But, in any of the applications, I do not hear any sound. No mp3's are heard, nothing.

I have not installed any hardware recently. I tried formatting my hard-disk, reinstalling windows, resetting the BIOS, going back to previous state using Norton GO Back, but the problem still persists. I have also tried changing my Clock Battery.

I need a feasible solution to this problem. Also, another thing, this problem, had occured in the past, but it went away by itself, but now, nothing seems to work.

Please help!! Note that my my Modem itslef has an integrated sound card(Master Riptide PCI Audio device). This is inserted into the PCI slot.

Quasar


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#1
December 19, 2005 at 09:44:41

I would try replacing the modem.

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#2
December 19, 2005 at 12:50:51

Try using a different PCI slot

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#3
December 19, 2005 at 17:41:35

Also... Windows may recognize the conflict. Go to Control Panel(Settings). Right-click on System and pick Properties, then choose the Hardware tab. If a device is not working, may show with a "!" in a yellow circle. Look at properties of the device, go to resources tab, and highlight the resources (IRQ or I/O address) in the list. It should tell you what the conflict is.


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#4
December 20, 2005 at 06:41:07

This is what I got from Start>Programs>Accessories>System Information
I think, IRQ 9 is causing a conflict.

0 System timer
1 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard
2 Programmable interrupt controller
3 Communications Port (COM2)
4 Communications Port (COM1)
5 Riptide PCI Audio Legacy Resources
6 Standard Floppy Disk Controller
7 Printer Port (LPT1)
8 System CMOS/real time clock
9 ACPI IRQ Holder for PCI IRQ Steering
9 SCI IRQ used by ACPI bus
9 Master Riptide PCI Audio Device
9 Rockwell HCF 56K Data Fax PCI Modem
9 Rockwell PCI Modem Enumerator
9 NVIDIA RIVA TNT (HP - English)
10 (free)
11 ACPI IRQ Holder for PCI IRQ Steering
11 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller
12 PS/2 Compatible Mouse Port
13 Numeric data processor
14 Primary IDE controller (dual fifo)
14 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller
15 Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
15 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller

I am using Win98SE. I am unable to change these settings as Windows manages these settings. Also, Device Manager does not show any conflicts.

Please tell me how to rectify the problem. I am having no sound at all.

Quasar


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#5
December 20, 2005 at 17:38:27

IRQ 9 is a "steering" IRQ which basically means it is used by multiple devices.

My concern is that the NVIDIA, Audio AND modem are all using IRQ 9 also. I would see if you could go into the BIOS and tell the NVIDIA to use IRQ 10. Or to have the Audio device use IRQ 10. There is usually somewhere in the BIOS where you can assign IRQs to a certain card slot. Or try to change the IRQ for the video from within Windows Device Manager.

You have a ps/2 mouse and also 2 com ports. do you need the physical, hardware comports for anything? you can disable these from the BIOS setup also and possibly free up some IRQs.

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#6
December 20, 2005 at 21:06:32

Those old Riptides are sometimes QUITE hard tofind a driver for. Did you load one, or does it show up in Control Panel/System/Device Manager described correctly under sound devices?

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#7
December 20, 2005 at 21:06:56

Those old Riptides are sometimes QUITE hard tofind a driver for. Did you load one, or does it show up in Control Panel/System/Device Manager described correctly under sound devices?

Some of the Riptides even included the modem on the same card.


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