Cannot get VGA IRQ to "stay put"

Discussion in 'FIC' started by Frithiof Andreas Jensen, Jan 13, 2004.

  1. I am trying to get a FIC AN19 Motherboard with 512 MB Dual-channel DDR ram,
    Athlon 2000 XP and Windows XP to run an Innovision GeForce4 Ti graphics
    card.

    The problem appears to be that if I assign an IRQ for the VGA card in the
    BIOS setup, the card will work flawlessly until the next reboot. After the
    reboot, the "Assign IRQ for VGA" option will be cleared to "NO" in the BIOS;
    Setting it back to "YES" will get the card running again.

    I cannot get this to work - Anyone else has similar problems?
     
    Frithiof Andreas Jensen, Jan 13, 2004
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  2. It sounds like you have problems with the BIOS itself. Have you tried a
    different revsion of the BIOS?

    --Alex



    Frithiof Andreas Jensen wrote:

    > I am trying to get a FIC AN19 Motherboard with 512 MB Dual-channel DDR ram,
    > Athlon 2000 XP and Windows XP to run an Innovision GeForce4 Ti graphics
    > card.
    >
    > The problem appears to be that if I assign an IRQ for the VGA card in the
    > BIOS setup, the card will work flawlessly until the next reboot. After the
    > reboot, the "Assign IRQ for VGA" option will be cleared to "NO" in the BIOS;
    > Setting it back to "YES" will get the card running again.
    >
    > I cannot get this to work - Anyone else has similar problems?
     
    Alex Zorrilla, Jan 14, 2004
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  3. "Alex Zorrilla" <> skrev i en meddelelse
    news:...
    > It sounds like you have problems with the BIOS itself. Have you tried a
    > different revsion of the BIOS?


    Thanks,

    I made a mistake BTW: the Box the motherboard came in is labelled "AN19" -
    yet the manual calls the card "KT400A Pro". I assume that is what it is.

    The only updates for the KT400A Pro on the FIC site - is this: "VME41 2.1
    Award Initial Release 2003/8/1". The words "Initial Release" does not offer
    much hope ;-p, I will try it.
     
    Frithiof Andreas Jensen, Jan 15, 2004
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