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Voice processing Dialogic D/41EPCI card - SCO

We are using this type of card with SCO Open Server 5.0.4 and 5.0.6 plugged in the 32 pin PCI slot. Recently our supplier of servers (Compaq) is eliminating PCI 32 pin slots. Intel, the vendor for the Dialogic card, has stated that we can use a similar 64 bit PCI card D41/JCT which plugs in a 64 pin PCI with the same sw package. When I start the system the card is not detected and no error messages are recorded, like the card is not there. I was wandering if I need a different driver for the 64 pin ...

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    Default Voice processing Dialogic D/41EPCI card

    We are using this type of card with SCO Open Server 5.0.4 and 5.0.6 plugged
    in the 32 pin PCI slot. Recently our supplier of servers (Compaq) is
    eliminating PCI 32 pin slots. Intel, the vendor for the Dialogic card, has
    stated that we can use a similar 64 bit PCI card D41/JCT which plugs in a 64
    pin PCI with the same sw package.

    When I start the system the card is not detected and no error messages are
    recorded, like the card is not there.

    I was wandering if I need a different driver for the 64 pin PCI slot ?

    In particular what are the two PCI related lines mean in the output of
    hwconfig command ?
    pci 0xcf8-0xcff - - am=1 sc=1 buses=3
    pcibios - - - PCI BIOS (2.16), Hardware Mechanism 1

    Any help or pointing to a source of doentation is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Marian





    MG Guest

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    MG wrote: 

    I am not familiar with the D/41EPCI card so I am answering the question based
    on PCI card standards. As long as the voltage requirement is matched,
    ie 3.3 or 5.0 volt, you can plug a 32 bit card into a Compaq 64 bit slot.
    So in a ML530 with 64bit/100 Mhz PCI-X hot plug slots I can plug in a
    32 bit/ 33 Mhz NC3213 network card. Of course, if the card is physically
    too large to fit you have a problem, but the PCI bus is generally backwards
    compatible. Note that a slow card may affect the performance of a fast
    card if the two share the same PCI bus, but most servers have two or more
    busses available. Plug the hard drive or raid controller into slot 0,
    and the Dialogic into the first slot of the next bus.

    If you enter the Compaq BIOS ( RBSU ) and select PCI, can you see the
    card listed? If the BIOS does not see the card I would expect that SCO
    will not see it either.

    Mike

    --
    Michael Brown

    The Kingsway Group
    Mike Guest

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    "Mike Brown" <ca> wrote in message news:ca... [/ref]
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    > I am not familiar with the D/41EPCI card so I am answering the question[/ref]
    based 
    backwards 

    Actually the cards it is a 32 bit that can be plugged in a 64 pin slot(same
    volt).
    In BIOS, the card in the 64 pin slot is listed as Unknown.
    Does this mean that the BIOS doesn't see it ?

    If I use 2 cards, one(old one) plugged in the 32 pin slot and the other in
    the 64 pin slot, SCO will not boot, it complains that the 2 cards conflict.

    Thanks,
    Marian
     


    MG Guest

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    Marian Gutica & Mike Brown wrote:

    Marian>>> We are using this type of card with SCO Open Server 5.0.4 and 5.0.6 plugged
    Marian>>> in the 32 pin PCI slot. Recently our supplier of servers (Compaq) is
    Marian>>> eliminating PCI 32 pin slots. Intel, the vendor for the Dialogic card, has
    Marian>>> stated that we can use a similar 64 bit PCI card D41/JCT which plugs in a 64
    Marian>>> pin PCI with the same sw package.
    Marian>>>
    Marian>>> When I start the system the card is not detected and no error messages are
    Marian>>> recorded, like the card is not there.
    Marian>>>
    Marian>>> I was wandering if I need a different driver for the 64 pin PCI slot ?
    Marian>>>
    Marian>>> In particular what are the two PCI related lines mean in the output of
    Marian>>> hwconfig command ?
    Marian>>> pci 0xcf8-0xcff - - am=1 sc=1 buses=3
    Marian>>> pcibios - - - PCI BIOS (2.16), Hardware Mechanism 1

    The first line is from the OpenServer "pci" driver, telling you that
    it's present and has recognized three PCI buses. The second is from the
    Compaq "cpci" driver which I believe has a similar purpose. They are
    both perfectly normal for that sort of system.

    Mike>> I am not familiar with the D/41EPCI card so I am answering the question based
    Mike>> on PCI card standards. As long as the voltage requirement is matched,
    Mike>> ie 3.3 or 5.0 volt, you can plug a 32 bit card into a Compaq 64 bit slot.
    Mike>> So in a ML530 with 64bit/100 Mhz PCI-X hot plug slots I can plug in a
    Mike>> 32 bit/ 33 Mhz NC3213 network card. Of course, if the card is physically
    Mike>> too large to fit you have a problem, but the PCI bus is generally backwards
    Mike>> compatible. Note that a slow card may affect the performance of a fast
    Mike>> card if the two share the same PCI bus, but most servers have two or more
    Mike>> busses available. Plug the hard drive or raid controller into slot 0,
    Mike>> and the Dialogic into the first slot of the next bus.
    Mike>>
    Mike>> If you enter the Compaq BIOS ( RBSU ) and select PCI, can you see the
    Mike>> card listed? If the BIOS does not see the card I would expect that SCO
    Mike>> will not see it either.

    Marian> Actually the cards it is a 32 bit that can be plugged in a 64 pin slot(same
    Marian> volt).
    Marian> In BIOS, the card in the 64 pin slot is listed as Unknown.
    Marian> Does this mean that the BIOS doesn't see it ?

    That sounds like it does see it, but doesn't know what it is. Which
    isn't very surprising, the BIOS can only contain a limited number of
    translations from PCI vendor/device numbers to device names.

    Marian> If I use 2 cards, one(old one) plugged in the 32 pin slot and the other in
    Marian> the 64 pin slot, SCO will not boot, it complains that the 2 cards conflict.

    At exactly what point does it fail, and with what messages? Show the
    last few lines of output (both success and failure messages) so we can
    see what's going on when it fails.
     
    Bela Guest

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    "Bela Lubkin" <com> wrote in message
    news:com... 
    5.0.6 plugged 
    (Compaq) is 
    card, has 
    plugs in a 64 
    messages are 
    slot ? 
    output of 
    Mechanism 1 
    question based 
    matched, 
    slot. 

    physically 
    backwards 
    fast 
    or more 
    0, 
    the 
    SCO 
    slot(same 
    other in 
    conflict. 

    Actually the conflict was between the network card and the scsi adapter when
    i chosed a diff IRQ for the Dialogic card and the IRQ 10 was reassigned
    automattically to both the NIC and scsi adapter. I resolved this by
    assigning a diff IRQ for the card.
    However the card still doesn't work in sco. When booting I get the message :
    "No Board(s) found - check system configuration"

    Many thanks,
    Marian
     [/ref]


    MG Guest

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    Marian Gutica wrote:

    Marian>>> If I use 2 cards, one(old one) plugged in the 32 pin slot and the other in
    Marian>>> the 64 pin slot, SCO will not boot, it complains that the 2 cards conflict.

    Bela>> At exactly what point does it fail, and with what messages? Show the
    Bela>> last few lines of output (both success and failure messages) so we can
    Bela>> see what's going on when it fails.

    Marian> Actually the conflict was between the network card and the scsi adapter when
    Marian> i chosed a diff IRQ for the Dialogic card and the IRQ 10 was reassigned
    Marian> automattically to both the NIC and scsi adapter. I resolved this by
    Marian> assigning a diff IRQ for the card.
    Marian> However the card still doesn't work in sco. When booting I get the message :
    Marian> "No Board(s) found - check system configuration"

    That is not the last few lines of output (both success and failure
    messages). I'm not asking for this stuff to be difficult, I need to see
    the information in context or it means nothing.

    You've mentioned 32-bit PCI Dialogic cards and 64-bit PCI Dialogic
    cards. Which are you currently trying to use? PCI device drivers
    usually recognize their hardware by looking for specific vendor and
    device ID numbers. The ID number for the 64-bit card will almost
    certainly be different from what the old driver for the 32-bit card is
    looking for.

    Even if you told the driver to expect the new ID, the 64-bit card
    probably has some changes to its programming interface -- the old driver
    likely cannot run it.

    If you're trying to use the 32-bit card then it should be working.

    Run `hwconfig -v -r pci`. Look for the description of your card in the
    output. Also run this on a machine with a working Dialogic card
    configuration, to get a baseline for comparison.
     
    Bela Guest

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    "Bela Lubkin" <com> wrote in message
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    the other in 
    cards conflict. 
    the 
    can 
    adapter when 
    reassigned 
    by 
    message : 

    The new board which does not work it's a 32 bit board. Here is the output of
    'hw -r pci' for this board:
    Index: 11

    DeviceNum: 4

    Function: 0

    Bus: 2

    VendorId: 0x12c7

    DeviceId: 0x0676

    RevId: 0x01

    Command: 0x0157 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled

    Status: 0x0280

    ClassCode: 0xff0000 Other device

    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words

    LatencyTimer: 0x40

    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding

    BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xc6ff8000, 32 bit space

    SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7

    SubsystemID: 0x0676

    InterruptLine: IRQ-5

    InterruptPin: INTA


    Now bellow is the output of the same command for the 32 bit card that works
    fine:
    Index: 2
    DeviceNum: 1
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: Plx Technology
    DeviceId: 0x9050
    RevId: 0x02
    Command: 0x0143 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0280
    ClassCode: 0x068000 Other bridge device
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xc6ffff80, 32 bit space, prefetchable
    BaseAddr[1]: I/O 0x2080
    BaseAddr[2]: Memory 0xc6ffc000, 32 bit space
    SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7
    SubsystemID: 0x0529
    InterruptLine: IRQ-5
    InterruptPin: INTA

    Please can you explain the output of this command !

    Thanks,
    Marian
     [/ref]


    MG Guest

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    Marian Gutica wrote:

    Bela>> Run `hwconfig -v -r pci`. Look for the description of your card in the
    Bela>> output. Also run this on a machine with a working Dialogic card
    Bela>> configuration, to get a baseline for comparison.

    Marian> The new board which does not work it's a 32 bit board. Here is the output of
    Marian> 'hw -r pci' for this board:
    Marian>
    Marian> Index: 11
    Marian> DeviceNum: 4
    Marian> Function: 0
    Marian> Bus: 2
    Marian> VendorId: 0x12c7
    Marian> DeviceId: 0x0676
    Marian> RevId: 0x01
    Marian> Command: 0x0157 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Marian> Status: 0x0280
    Marian> ClassCode: 0xff0000 Other device
    Marian> CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    Marian> LatencyTimer: 0x40
    Marian> HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    Marian> BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xc6ff8000, 32 bit space
    Marian> SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7
    Marian> SubsystemID: 0x0676
    Marian> InterruptLine: IRQ-5
    Marian> InterruptPin: INTA

    I asked for `hw -v -r pci` output, as clearly shown in the text you
    quoted from me.

    This shows a device from vendor 12C7, which is Dialogic Corp.

    Marian> Now bellow is the output of the same command for the 32 bit card that works
    Marian> fine:
    Marian> Index: 2
    Marian> DeviceNum: 1
    Marian> Function: 0
    Marian> Bus: 0
    Marian> VendorId: Plx Technology
    Marian> DeviceId: 0x9050
    Marian> RevId: 0x02
    Marian> Command: 0x0143 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Marian> Status: 0x0280
    Marian> ClassCode: 0x068000 Other bridge device
    Marian> CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    Marian> HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    Marian> BaseAddr[0]: Memory 0xc6ffff80, 32 bit space, prefetchable
    Marian> BaseAddr[1]: I/O 0x2080
    Marian> BaseAddr[2]: Memory 0xc6ffc000, 32 bit space
    Marian> SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7
    Marian> SubsystemID: 0x0529
    Marian> InterruptLine: IRQ-5
    Marian> InterruptPin: INTA
    Marian>
    Marian> Please can you explain the output of this command !

    It's a bit of a puzzle. This one shows a _subsystem_ vendor of
    Dialogic, but the actual device is something that I can't find a better
    description of than "PCI 9050 Target PCI Interface Chip".

    I suspect that there must have been other devices listed in that
    machine's output, that the Dialogic board probably showed several
    different PCI devices. Look for all devices which have vendor 12C7 in
    either the VendorId _or_ SubsysVendorID fields (on both machines), and
    use "-v" this time...
     
    Bela Guest

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    "Bela Lubkin" <com> wrote in message
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    the 
    output of 
    encoding 

    Index 2 is the only 12c7 vendor Id. This is the card that works fine.
    Report about PCI for dds116 on Mon Sep 15 10:20:02 2003

    Present: 1
    Mechanism: 1
    PCI buses: 3
    MaxIndex: 768

    BIOS32: 0x0ffee0
    signature: "_32_"
    Svc Dir entry: 0x0f0000
    rev: 0
    len: 1 16-byte unit
    chksum: 0xcd

    Index: 0
    DeviceNum: 0
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0009
    RevId: 0x06
    Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x2200
    ClassCode: 0x060000 Host bridge
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0000
    SubsystemID: 0x0000
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 1
    DeviceNum: 0
    Function: 1
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0009
    RevId: 0x06
    Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x060000 Host bridge
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0000
    SubsystemID: 0x0000
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 2
    DeviceNum: 1
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x10b5 Plx Technology
    DeviceId: 0x9050
    RevId: 0x02
    Command: 0x0143 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0280
    ClassCode: 0x068000 Other bridge device
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x00
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0xc6ffff80 Memory 0xc6ffff80, 32 bit space,
    prefetchabl
    e
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00002081 I/O 0x2080
    BaseAddr[2]: 0xc6ffc000 Memory 0xc6ffc000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7
    SubsystemID: 0x0529
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x05 IRQ-5
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00
     
    that works 
    prefetchable 

    This is the entire output of hw -v -r pci command with the card that does
    not work:
    Report about PCI for dds116 on Mon Sep 15 10:37:27 2003

    Present: 1
    Mechanism: 1
    PCI buses: 3
    MaxIndex: 768

    BIOS32: 0x0ffee0
    signature: "_32_"
    Svc Dir entry: 0x0f0000
    rev: 0
    len: 1 16-byte unit
    chksum: 0xcd

    Index: 0
    DeviceNum: 0
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0009
    RevId: 0x06
    Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x2200
    ClassCode: 0x060000 Host bridge
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0000
    SubsystemID: 0x0000
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 1
    DeviceNum: 0
    Function: 1
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0009
    RevId: 0x06
    Command: 0x0107 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x060000 Host bridge
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0000
    SubsystemID: 0x0000
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 2
    DeviceNum: 2
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x9005
    DeviceId: 0x00c0
    RevId: 0x01
    Command: 0x0057 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x02b0
    ClassCode: 0x010000 SCSI bus controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x80 Is BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00002401 I/O 0x2400
    BaseAddr[1]: 0xc6eff004 Memory 0xc6eff000, 64 bit space
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0e11 Compaq
    SubsystemID: 0xf620
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0a IRQ-10
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x28
    Max_Lat: 0x19

    Index: 3
    DeviceNum: 2
    Function: 1
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x9005
    DeviceId: 0x00c0
    RevId: 0x01
    Command: 0x0057 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x02b0
    ClassCode: 0x010000 SCSI bus controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x80 Is BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00002801 I/O 0x2800
    BaseAddr[1]: 0xc6efe004 Memory 0xc6efe000, 64 bit space
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0e11 Compaq
    SubsystemID: 0xf620
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0a IRQ-10
    InterruptPin: 0x02 INTB
    Min_Gnt: 0x28
    Max_Lat: 0x19

    Index: 4
    DeviceNum: 4
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x8086 Intel
    DeviceId: 0x1229 EtherExpress PRO/100B LAN Adapter
    RevId: 0x08
    Command: 0x0157 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0290
    ClassCode: 0x020000 Ethernet controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0xc6efd000 Memory 0xc6efd000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00002c01 I/O 0x2c00
    BaseAddr[2]: 0xc6d00000 Memory 0xc6d00000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0e11 Compaq
    SubsystemID: 0xb134
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0b IRQ-11
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x08
    Max_Lat: 0x38

    Index: 5
    DeviceNum: 5
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1002 ATI Technologies Inc
    DeviceId: 0x4752
    RevId: 0x27
    Command: 0x0087 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0290
    ClassCode: 0x030000 VGA-compatible display controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0xc5000000 Memory 0xc5000000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00003001 I/O 0x3000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0xc4fff000 Memory 0xc4fff000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0e11 Compaq
    SubsystemID: 0x001e
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0f IRQ-15
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x08
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 6
    DeviceNum: 6
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x0e11 Compaq
    DeviceId: 0xa0f0
    RevId: 0x00
    Command: 0x0143 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x088000 Other system peripheral
    CacheLineSize: 0 No limiting
    LatencyTimer: 0x00
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00001801 I/O 0x1800
    BaseAddr[1]: 0xc4ffef00 Memory 0xc4ffef00, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x0e11 Compaq
    SubsystemID: 0xb0f3
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0f IRQ-15
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 7
    DeviceNum: 15
    Function: 0
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0201
    RevId: 0x92
    Command: 0x0007 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x060100 ISA bridge
    CacheLineSize: 0 No limiting
    LatencyTimer: 0x20
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    SubsystemID: 0x0201
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 8
    DeviceNum: 15
    Function: 1
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0212
    RevId: 0x92
    Command: 0x0005 Memory Disabled , I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x010182 Mass storage controller
    CacheLineSize: 0 No limiting
    LatencyTimer: 0x00
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x000001f1 I/O 0x01f0
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x000003f5 I/O 0x03f4
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000001 I/O 0x0000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000001 I/O 0x0000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00002001 I/O 0x2000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000a01 I/O 0x0a00
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    SubsystemID: 0x0212
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 Unused
    InterruptPin: 0x00 Unused
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 9
    DeviceNum: 15
    Function: 2
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0220
    RevId: 0x05
    Command: 0x0157 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x8280
    ClassCode: 0x0c0310 Serial bus controller
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0xc4ffd000 Memory 0xc4ffd000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    SubsystemID: 0x0220
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x0b IRQ-11
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x50

    Index: 10
    DeviceNum: 15
    Function: 3
    Bus: 0
    VendorId: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    DeviceId: 0x0230
    RevId: 0x00
    Command: 0x0004 Memory Disabled , I/O Disabled
    Status: 0x0200
    ClassCode: 0x060000 Host bridge
    CacheLineSize: 0 No limiting
    LatencyTimer: 0x00
    HeaderType: 0x80 Multi-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x1166 Ross Computer Corp.
    SubsystemID: 0x0230
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x00 IRQ-0
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Index: 11
    DeviceNum: 4
    Function: 0
    Bus: 2
    VendorId: 0x12c7
    DeviceId: 0x0676
    RevId: 0x01
    Command: 0x0157 Memory Enabled, I/O Enabled
    Status: 0x0280
    ClassCode: 0xff0000 Other device
    CacheLineSize: 8 32 bit words
    LatencyTimer: 0x40
    HeaderType: 0x00 Single-function, Standard encoding
    SelfTest: 0x00 Not BIST capable
    BaseAddr[0]: 0xc6ff8000 Memory 0xc6ff8000, 32 bit space
    BaseAddr[1]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[2]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[3]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[4]: 0x00000000
    BaseAddr[5]: 0x00000000
    CardbusCISPtr: 0x00000000
    SubsysVendorID: 0x12c7
    SubsystemID: 0x0676
    ROMbaseAddress: 0x00000000 Expan ROM 0x00000000, Disabled
    InterruptLine: 0x05 IRQ-5
    InterruptPin: 0x01 INTA
    Min_Gnt: 0x00
    Max_Lat: 0x00

    Only the last entry (Index 11) has the vendorId: 12c7

    Thanks for your attention,
    Marian [/ref]


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