In Reply to: Re: Unscrambled post posted by simon on 05/08/02 at 5:31 PM:
One more thing to try:
Boot the PC from the XP CD (set boot sequence in BIOS setup). Select Setup > F8 > Install > Repair. Do not use the Recovery Console. Let it run and try again on restart.
: : IRQs look good. Try the SiS USB Registry patch:
: : http://www.sis.com/support/driver/utility.htm
: : If no joy, change the drivers for each SiS controller to "Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller" just like the other.
: : Bill
: : : : Hi Bill thanks for replying, this is the info you requested,my o/s is win xp.
: : : IRQ 0 system timer ok
: : : IRQ 1 standard 101/102 key or microsoft natural ps/2keyboard OK
: : : IRQ 3 SiS 7001 PCI TO USB OPEN HOST CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 3 SIS 7001 PCI TO USB OPEN HOST CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 4 STANDARD OPEN HCD USB HOST CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 5 SIS 900 PCI FAST ETHERNET ADAPTER OK
: : : IRQ 5 HSP56 MR OK
: : : IRQ 5 BELKIN USB 2.0 HI SPEED HOST CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 6 STANDARD FLOPPY DISK CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 8 SYSTEM CMOS/REAL TIME CLOCK OK
: : : IRQ 9 MICROSOFT ACPI COMPLIANT SYSTEM OK
: : : IRQ 10 MPU-401 COMPATABLE MIDI DEVICE OK
: : : IRQ 11 SIS 7018 AUDIO DRIVER OK
: : : IRQ 11 STANDARD OPEN HCD USB HOST CONTROLLER OK
: : : IRQ 12 MICROSOFT PS/2 MOUSE OK
: : : IRQ 13 NUMERIC DATA PROCESSOR OK
: : : IRQ 14 PRIMERY IDE CHANNEL OK
: : : IRQ 15 SECONDARY IDE CHANNEL OK
: : : once again Bill thank you for trying to help I just don't know what else to try. regards Simon Which OS is this? There is a patch for SiS USB in WinXP at the SiS web site. I would try changing the driver for the SiS Open Host Controller to Standard OpenHCI Host controller too.: 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.: Bill: : : after 5 weeks of trying and using BT support I just can't get this modem working.: : the ADSL light is flashing constantly, the line has been checked (3 times) and my mothers old cyrix 300 mhz works fine with this modem.: : the PC I have has a socket A motherboard(manufacturer elitegroup co ltd) with SiS 730s chipset AMD 1700xp processor,: : I have installed a belkin USB2 pci card to try to see if more bandwidth help but I still get this flashing green ADSL light, also I have installed the latest alcatel drivers.: : The srange thing is I was connected to the net last night through my 56k modem and the alcatel modem started working, but this morning when I started up my PC back to green flashing ADSL again.: : Please could someone help? thanks in advance,: : regards Simon
: Hi Bill,
: I tried both those options but the didn't work.
: Thanks for trying anyway.
: regards Simon