3c503 etherus interruptus

Eli Levine eli at robechq.UUCP
Sat Feb 16 00:54:16 AEST 1991

In article <14518 at scorn.sco.COM> ericd at sco.COM (Eric Davis) writes:
>In article <1991Feb8.162601 at epic.bellcore.com> karn at thumper.bellcore.com writes:
>>Be careful. Although it is not widely documented, VGA cards (and I
>>believe EGA) use IRQ2 to signal vertical retrace.
>I have seen a very few EGA cards and no VGA's that do.
>I also have never had trouble installing a ether card on int 2.
>Eric Davis                      () INTERNET -=> ericd at sco.COM
>Technical Support Engineer II   () UUCP     -=> {uunet|sun|att|ucsc}!sco!ericd
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Most surprising Eric.  At Robec, we've found it to be a
common problem.  The odd part I'd like to add is that I've
never seen an EGA do it, but VGA conflicts seem common.  :-(

Eli Levine @Robec Distributors

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