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Don_Burn_1Don_Burn_1 Member Posts: 4,311
Sorry you got this one wrong, Max is right. The HAL sets the base
addresses. There is a boot.ini switch /PCILOCK to indicate that the
addresses setup by the BIOS not be touched. I spent many a painful
day learning about this on a project where we had to get two machines
to boot identically.

Don Burn

PS. In general Linux is not a good reference on how NT or most of the
other OS'es on Intel platforms work.

> [email protected] said

> [email protected] said:
> > Base addresses are assigned by PCI config space code in HAL -
> > HalAssignSlotResources function.
> No, IRQs and BASE addresses are most certainly set up by the BIOS. If you
> set PnP OS=yes, then the BIOS may (often does) skip this mapping and leave
> it to the O/S but NT in not famous for getting this right.
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