nbache wrote:I have my sound card in the bottom slot as well, currently it's an M-Audio Revolution 5. Above that is the USB card, and in the third slot is an SiI3114 card. My AGP slot has my Radeon 9250.
Sounds like my setup apart from the different cards. I wonder then it if causes the PCI to allocate different base addresses?
Here is my NV PCI setup. Are these correct?
nbache wrote:Well, what I meant was that "front" and "rear" would depend on how you connect your internal leads, wouldn't it? So calling headers on the motherboard "front" and "rear" does not guarantee that they will be connected to the front rsp. rear sockets in the case. IIRC,
Yes I see your point. Well in my case my rear motherboard ports are unused and disabled in UBoot AFAICT since the other ports do work! And I have connected my card reader and front USB port to the internal UISB headers, which is what I deem the front ports. But they are on board header ports regardless.
nbache wrote:Hmm, I think I misread your setup description as being about your USB2 setup only.
Ah I see. Okay.
nbache wrote:s for my USB2 setup, it's quite simple as well:
Ah yes now I see.
At first I also was testing with an extended cable ans thought that nmay have played a part but it made no difference.
Well at this point I removed all attachments to my on board USB. I didn't disable them but booted it up and tested. I forgot to plug my mouse in so put this into my USB2 card. Worked fine. Checked log, came up as low speed device, so worked. Then I plugged in a flash drive. Detected, the icon came up on screen as tried to mount it. Sat for a while. No luck. USB log reported read errors as usual. Okay s I can cancel that out.
BTW I have an unfixed A1. But have inserted pull up resistors on the back of my plug going to my front port.