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Old 03-23-10, 05:25 AM   #8
zbiggy
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Default Re: 195.36.15 weird MSI behaviour

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Originally Posted by Milena View Post
Thank you zbiggy for the info

The command lspci -vvv | grep 'Message Signalled Interrupts' gives no output at all on Fedora 12, not as user nor root.
Strange. I tried this on RedHat EL 5.4 and works on root. Indeed when I tried as normal user it returned 'command not found'. Will try on Fedora when come back home. Maybe you do not have lspci command installed.

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Originally Posted by Milena View Post
Also thanks for the hint with snd_hda_intel but its the onboard soundchip of my ASUS M4N82 (Nvidia chipset) and it stays in IO-APIC-fasteoi mode regardless what setting, i tried to add it to options.conf as well as boot option for the kernel. My GTX275 card works fine with MSI and very stable, i hope Nvidia will fix the issue for older models soon.
snd_hda_intel is only driver name common for IHDA itegrated audio in new chipsets from Nvidia/AMD/Intel. I have AMD CPU and mainboard and use snd_hda_intel. Do
Code:
lsmod | grep snd_
and send me the output. Maybe you use AC97 instead of IHDA.

MSI for snd_hda_intel driver is present since alsa 1.0.13 if your alsa is older you do not have MSI support yet.
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