How to Change DMA Channel

March 11, 2019 at 10:24:16
Specs: Windows NT

I have an ISA card for a scientific instrument that I was having trouble with. The software suggested that there might be a problem with the card wanting IRQ 11 and DMA 0. It said the floppy was DMA 0 and let me change the DMA of the card. I set it to 5 and restarted the computer as it said to do. Now the card won't boot all the way. Regardless of whether I have the card in the expansion slot or not, when I go to windows diagnostics, it lists the card as DMA 0 (and the floppy as DMA 2). Therefore, I think I need to change the DMA back to 0, but I can't get to that part of the software anymore. Does anyone know how I can change the DMA? I'm tempted to try and reinstall the whole software and driver, but that is a very significant task.


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