Pci Bus Mastering Problem

By freud
Sep 14, 2006
  1. I Tried To Install A Linksys Network Card In My Computer But It Doesn't Work. I Wrote To Linksys Tech Support. They Told Me To Change Slot On The Mother Board But It Doesn't Work. I Got Different Network Card Dynex From Bestbuy. With This Card The Status Shows Connected And Sent Packets But It Doesn't Received. I Tried To Change The Irq From Device Manager But It Doesn't Allow To Do. Also, I Tried To Do It With The Bios But I Can Not. I Have Awardbios Setup Utility Revision 1001. Please If Somebody Can Help Me. I Really Appreciate It.
  2. Rik

    Rik Banned Posts: 3,814

    Without knowing what your pc is or what windows version you are using it is impossible to offer any help!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    obvious you know bout the bus mastering issue
    running W2K I have had problems with this
    on one test machine I got the nic to work on another no go
    if xp you can try looking into your bios settings and see if there is a feature for this
    update all hardware MB drivers update bios
    after this last update reset bios to optimum defaults
    I have it under one of the controller setting ,I think??
    intel board 6300 chipset I/O controller
    can be located under PCI devices advanced
    check the speed settings of FSB if you are overclocked the card may not handle this.
  4. freud

    freud TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I'am using windows xp PROFESSIONAL
  5. freud

    freud TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I Can't Update My Bios

  6. Samstoned

    Samstoned TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,018

    diff MB's have diff written bio's panels
    go to your MB's website get manual
    should show these settings
    did you do a hardware conflict check in computer management

    I'm using a development bios on this machine
    my workstation thats not connected to WAN is a intel dual xeon again would not help you
    my NAS is also dual xeon last machine in my system is a cheapo amd

    phoenix award check Integrated Peripherals
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