Graphics Card & USB Wireless Conflict?
Greetings,

If you haven't read my other post, it is fairly similar to that of others...

[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114[/url]

I was just playing around with my USB controller by updating it and found that my graphics card would fail... even my wireless devices wouldn't work except my mouse.

I'm wondering if... maybe... it could be an IRQ issue or driver conflict that I wasn't aware off... after testing my system, RMA'ing my video card... this seems to be the number 1 common issue... never really thought about it before, because Win 7 says there isn't any issues...

Maybe there really is?

Any thoughts and / or suggestions?

~Leth
Greetings,



If you haven't read my other post, it is fairly similar to that of others...



http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114



I was just playing around with my USB controller by updating it and found that my graphics card would fail... even my wireless devices wouldn't work except my mouse.



I'm wondering if... maybe... it could be an IRQ issue or driver conflict that I wasn't aware off... after testing my system, RMA'ing my video card... this seems to be the number 1 common issue... never really thought about it before, because Win 7 says there isn't any issues...



Maybe there really is?



Any thoughts and / or suggestions?



~Leth

#1
Posted 08/28/2010 04:57 PM   
Greetings,

If you haven't read my other post, it is fairly similar to that of others...

[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114[/url]

I was just playing around with my USB controller by updating it and found that my graphics card would fail... even my wireless devices wouldn't work except my mouse.

I'm wondering if... maybe... it could be an IRQ issue or driver conflict that I wasn't aware off... after testing my system, RMA'ing my video card... this seems to be the number 1 common issue... never really thought about it before, because Win 7 says there isn't any issues...

Maybe there really is?

Any thoughts and / or suggestions?

~Leth
Greetings,



If you haven't read my other post, it is fairly similar to that of others...



http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=176114



I was just playing around with my USB controller by updating it and found that my graphics card would fail... even my wireless devices wouldn't work except my mouse.



I'm wondering if... maybe... it could be an IRQ issue or driver conflict that I wasn't aware off... after testing my system, RMA'ing my video card... this seems to be the number 1 common issue... never really thought about it before, because Win 7 says there isn't any issues...



Maybe there really is?



Any thoughts and / or suggestions?



~Leth

#2
Posted 08/28/2010 04:57 PM   
Ok,

So reviewing... it's been years since I have had to look at IRQ settings... ;P So bare with me.

GTX 480 is on IRQ 24. But the PCI memory allocation is 0x00000018 which is shared with IRQ 17 to 18 which is the USB Host Controller / OpenHCD USB host.

I'm wondering if that is the issue right there... I might have to place it on an IRQ which isn't sharing the same memory allocation.

~Leth
Ok,



So reviewing... it's been years since I have had to look at IRQ settings... ;P So bare with me.



GTX 480 is on IRQ 24. But the PCI memory allocation is 0x00000018 which is shared with IRQ 17 to 18 which is the USB Host Controller / OpenHCD USB host.



I'm wondering if that is the issue right there... I might have to place it on an IRQ which isn't sharing the same memory allocation.



~Leth

#3
Posted 08/28/2010 05:07 PM   
Ok,

So reviewing... it's been years since I have had to look at IRQ settings... ;P So bare with me.

GTX 480 is on IRQ 24. But the PCI memory allocation is 0x00000018 which is shared with IRQ 17 to 18 which is the USB Host Controller / OpenHCD USB host.

I'm wondering if that is the issue right there... I might have to place it on an IRQ which isn't sharing the same memory allocation.

~Leth
Ok,



So reviewing... it's been years since I have had to look at IRQ settings... ;P So bare with me.



GTX 480 is on IRQ 24. But the PCI memory allocation is 0x00000018 which is shared with IRQ 17 to 18 which is the USB Host Controller / OpenHCD USB host.



I'm wondering if that is the issue right there... I might have to place it on an IRQ which isn't sharing the same memory allocation.



~Leth

#4
Posted 08/28/2010 05:07 PM   
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