Resolving Configuration Conflicts

Resolving Configuration Conflicts

The Configuration/Setup utility program configures only the server hardware. It does not consider the requirements of the operating system or the application programs. For these reasons, memory-address configuration conflicts might occur.

Changing the Software Configuration Setup:

The best way to resolve memory-address conflicts is to change the software configuration by changing the addresses that the EMS device driver defined. The SVGA video memory occupies 32Kb (1 Kb = approximately 1000 bits) of space in the hex C0000 to C7FFF EMS memory area. EMS device drivers must use addresses different from those assigned to video read-only memory (ROM).

You can use the Configuration/Setup utility program to view or change the current setting for video ROM. For information about using the configuration programs, see 'Using the Configuration/Setup Utility Main Menu'.

Changing the Hardware Configuration Setup:

An alternative way to resolve memory-address conflicts is to change the address of the conflicting hardware option. See 'Plug and Play' for information about reserving resources for ISA legacy adapters.

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