Standar Game Port hardware conflict Code 12

January 20, 2010 at 10:18:05
Specs: Windows XP

I've got a Hardware Conflict, Code 12. It has
to do with the Standar Game Port. This Item is listed twice. The "offended" Game Port is
using Range 0201-0201. The "unoffended"
Game Port is using Range 0201-0208,
I'm not a programmer, so I don't know how to
adjust the IRQs and Ranges.
I tried diabling the "offended" Game Port, but
that just disabled both entries. I then "enabled" them, and temporarily, there was no conflict. But the conflict quickly returned.
I'm running Windows XP, 1024 RAM
1.7ghz Intel Celeron, 150gig Hard Drive,
an external (HP) CD writer
an external (Memorex) DVD writer/burner
an internal (Sony) CD/DVD writer/burner
and a 7-port USB hub with the HP writer and
an Epson Scanner/Printer plugged
Any suggestions ?

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January 20, 2010 at 10:31:33
Do you use the game ports ?

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January 20, 2010 at 10:40:14
Disconnect any Game controllers then Remove BOTH instances of the GamePort in Device Manager and Reboot.

Reconnect the device and reconfigure.

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January 29, 2010 at 07:48:47
I'm pretty sure the conflict has to do with the CMI Audio Device. I tried "disabling" the CMI Audio Device, and then
"enabling" it. It seemed to work, the yellow warning, temporarily, disappeared. And there was no display of any conflict. Then my machine shut down and rebooted.
Again, showing the status of a hardware conflict.
One possible answer I found in my research is to update the CMI Audio Driver.....the file that I'm supposed to update to is : version But, I only found one site that had that .....and it directed me to a "nonsense" site, where that version driver wasn't even listed !
And, being code 12.....I am supposed to remove another piece of hardware (to make more I'm not sure which one.....without "upsetting" the entire System.

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