In Reply to: Re: Logitech QuickCam & GA-586TX3 (Intel 82371 AB/EB) posted by Joerg Janes on 03/22/02 at 3:51 PM:
No IDE? Oh....a SCSI guy. Nice.
1. Make sure that the BIOS is set to non-PnP and Manual.
2. Uninstall all USB software and unplug all USB devices.
3. Boot from the Win2K CD (you may need to use IDE for this). If you cannot boot from the CD, run Win2K setup from within Windows. Press F5 when you first see "Setup is inspecting hardware..."
4. Choose Standard PC when prompted.
5. Choose Repair > Fast Repair to reapir the OS.
6. Reinstall the camera first and try it.
: : You must Reset Configuration Data each time you move a card.
: --> I have done this, but no IRQ has changed :-(
: : Look in Device Manager > Computer. Is it ACPI or Standard PC?
: --> It is a Standard PC :-)
: : Open System Information (MSINFO32.EXE) and navigate to Hardware Resources > IRQs. Click anywhere in the right pane and then press CTRL-A and then CTRL-C. You have copied that data to the clipboard. Paste that data in a reply here.
: --> Here is my IRQ data:
: System Information report written at: 22.03.2002 22:48:11
: IRQ Number Device
: 5 Sound Blaster 16 or AWE32 or compatible (WDM)
: 15 Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller
: 15 Adaptec AHA-294X/AIC-78XX PCI SCSI Controller
: 11 Realtek RTL8139(A) PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
: 1 PC/AT Enhanced PS/2 Keyboard (101/102-Key)
: 4 Communications Port (COM1)
: 3 Communications Port (COM2)
: 6 Standard floppy disk controller
: 8 System CMOS/real time clock
: 13 Numeric data processor
: 12 Microsoft PS/2 Mouse
: I hope you have a clue for me, what to do?
: Thanks in advance,