Lava ParAllel-PCI Descargar Drivers

Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
3.3V
Sistema Operativo
MS-Dos
Tamaño
3Kb
Nombre del archivo
ppcidos3.zip
Información
Installing the Parallel PCI card under DOS for use with Windows 3.x or DOS

PURPOSE OF UTILITY

The purpose of the program is to enable our board from DOS level. It configures DOS to accept our board and it may set the PCI bus address to what you have set as a parameter. You can leave that parameter out and DOS will be configured to what the PCI bus on your system has configured our card to.
DOS can have a maximum of three parallel ports enabled. So you can have up to 3 Parallel PCI cards in a system as long as there are no other parallel ports in the system. The three standard addresses are 3bc 378 278. The lava card cannot install on 3bc because it may cause problems with video cards. You may assign the card any address you wish other than 3bc. You must omit parameter 2 and three if there is only one parallel Pci card in your system.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Insert the Lava Parallel PCI into a free PCI slot.

2) Boot into DOS.

3) With the Lava Parallel PCI floppy diskette in the floppy drive, copy the setaddr.sys file to root directory of the hard drive.
Use the following command:
copy a:\DOS\setaddr.sys c:
4) Add the following line to your config.sys above (following) all devices to be loaded such as HIMEM and EMM386, or if you are running DOS under Windows 95 add this line also to your Config.dos.

device=c:\setaddr.sys [1] [2] [3]
where [1] [2] [3] (leave the [] out) are the I/O addresses that you wish to assign to the Lava Parallel PCI cards started with Lava Parallel PCI with the lowest PCI slot number. Consult your motherboard manual to verify which slot is the lowest slot number. You can use other addresses for the Parallel PCI card such as 378 or non standard addresses such as 288,238,2b8,338.

NOTE!!
DO NOT USE THE STANDARD ADDRESS 3BC! This address could cause problems with your video.

here are some examples:

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on address 278:
device=c:\setaddr.sys 278

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

3 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 first card 378 second card 278.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278

3 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 288 first card 378 second card 278 third card 288.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278 288
You can also leave out these parameters and the Parallel PCI card will be assigned the PCI bus assigned address like 6000,5000....

5) Reboot into DOS and our setaddr.sys utility will report the IRQ and address assigned to our card.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
LP
Sistema Operativo
MS-Dos
Tamaño
3Kb
Nombre del archivo
ppcidos3.zip
Información
Installing the Parallel PCI card under DOS for use with Windows 3.x or DOS

PURPOSE OF UTILITY

The purpose of the program is to enable our board from DOS level. It configures DOS to accept our board and it may set the PCI bus address to what you have set as a parameter. You can leave that parameter out and DOS will be configured to what the PCI bus on your system has configured our card to.
DOS can have a maximum of three parallel ports enabled. So you can have up to 3 Parallel PCI cards in a system as long as there are no other parallel ports in the system. The three standard addresses are 3bc 378 278. The lava card cannot install on 3bc because it may cause problems with video cards. You may assign the card any address you wish other than 3bc. You must omit parameter 2 and three if there is only one parallel Pci card in your system.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Insert the Lava Parallel PCI into a free PCI slot.

2) Boot into DOS.

3) With the Lava Parallel PCI floppy diskette in the floppy drive, copy the setaddr.sys file to root directory of the hard drive.
Use the following command:
copy a:\DOS\setaddr.sys c:
4) Add the following line to your config.sys above (following) all devices to be loaded such as HIMEM and EMM386, or if you are running DOS under Windows 95 add this line also to your Config.dos.

device=c:\setaddr.sys [1] [2] [3]
where [1] [2] [3] (leave the [] out) are the I/O addresses that you wish to assign to the Lava Parallel PCI cards started with Lava Parallel PCI with the lowest PCI slot number. Consult your motherboard manual to verify which slot is the lowest slot number. You can use other addresses for the Parallel PCI card such as 378 or non standard addresses such as 288,238,2b8,338.

NOTE!!
DO NOT USE THE STANDARD ADDRESS 3BC! This address could cause problems with your video.

here are some examples:

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on address 278:
device=c:\setaddr.sys 278

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

3 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 first card 378 second card 278.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278

3 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 288 first card 378 second card 278 third card 288.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278 288
You can also leave out these parameters and the Parallel PCI card will be assigned the PCI bus assigned address like 6000,5000....

5) Reboot into DOS and our setaddr.sys utility will report the IRQ and address assigned to our card.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
LP
Sistema Operativo
Windows 3.1
Tamaño
19Kb
Nombre del archivo
w31parpci.exe
Información
Installing the Parallel PCI card under DOS for use with Windows 3.x or DOS

PURPOSE OF UTILITY

The purpose of the program is to enable our board from DOS level. It configures DOS to accept our board and it may set the PCI bus address to what you have set as a parameter. You can leave that parameter out and DOS will be configured to what the PCI bus on your system has configured our card to.
DOS can have a maximum of three parallel ports enabled. So you can have up to 3 Parallel PCI cards in a system as long as there are no other parallel ports in the system. The three standard addresses are 3bc 378 278. The lava card cannot install on 3bc because it may cause problems with video cards. You may assign the card any address you wish other than 3bc. You must omit parameter 2 and three if there is only one parallel Pci card in your system.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Insert the Lava Parallel PCI into a free PCI slot.

2) Boot into DOS.

3) With the Lava Parallel PCI floppy diskette in the floppy drive, copy the setaddr.sys file to root directory of the hard drive.
Use the following command:
copy a:\DOS\setaddr.sys c:
4) Add the following line to your config.sys above (following) all devices to be loaded such as HIMEM and EMM386, or if you are running DOS under Windows 95 add this line also to your Config.dos.

device=c:\setaddr.sys [1] [2] [3]
where [1] [2] [3] (leave the [] out) are the I/O addresses that you wish to assign to the Lava Parallel PCI cards started with Lava Parallel PCI with the lowest PCI slot number. Consult your motherboard manual to verify which slot is the lowest slot number. You can use other addresses for the Parallel PCI card such as 378 or non standard addresses such as 288,238,2b8,338.

NOTE!!
DO NOT USE THE STANDARD ADDRESS 3BC! This address could cause problems with your video.

here are some examples:

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on address 278:
device=c:\setaddr.sys 278

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

3 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 first card 378 second card 278.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278

3 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 288 first card 378 second card 278 third card 288.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278 288
You can also leave out these parameters and the Parallel PCI card will be assigned the PCI bus assigned address like 6000,5000....

5) Reboot into DOS and our setaddr.sys utility will report the IRQ and address assigned to our card.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
3.3V
Sistema Operativo
Windows 3.1
Tamaño
19Kb
Nombre del archivo
w31parpci.exe
Información
Installing the Parallel PCI card under DOS for use with Windows 3.x or DOS

PURPOSE OF UTILITY

The purpose of the program is to enable our board from DOS level. It configures DOS to accept our board and it may set the PCI bus address to what you have set as a parameter. You can leave that parameter out and DOS will be configured to what the PCI bus on your system has configured our card to.
DOS can have a maximum of three parallel ports enabled. So you can have up to 3 Parallel PCI cards in a system as long as there are no other parallel ports in the system. The three standard addresses are 3bc 378 278. The lava card cannot install on 3bc because it may cause problems with video cards. You may assign the card any address you wish other than 3bc. You must omit parameter 2 and three if there is only one parallel Pci card in your system.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Insert the Lava Parallel PCI into a free PCI slot.

2) Boot into DOS.

3) With the Lava Parallel PCI floppy diskette in the floppy drive, copy the setaddr.sys file to root directory of the hard drive.
Use the following command:
copy a:\DOS\setaddr.sys c:
4) Add the following line to your config.sys above (following) all devices to be loaded such as HIMEM and EMM386, or if you are running DOS under Windows 95 add this line also to your Config.dos.

device=c:\setaddr.sys [1] [2] [3]
where [1] [2] [3] (leave the [] out) are the I/O addresses that you wish to assign to the Lava Parallel PCI cards started with Lava Parallel PCI with the lowest PCI slot number. Consult your motherboard manual to verify which slot is the lowest slot number. You can use other addresses for the Parallel PCI card such as 378 or non standard addresses such as 288,238,2b8,338.

NOTE!!
DO NOT USE THE STANDARD ADDRESS 3BC! This address could cause problems with your video.

here are some examples:

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on address 278:
device=c:\setaddr.sys 278

1 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

3 Lava Parallel PCI installed on PCI bus assigned address
device=c:\setaddr.sys

2 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 first card 378 second card 278.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278

3 Lava Parallel PCI cards installed on address 278 and 378 288 first card 378 second card 278 third card 288.
device=c:\setaddr.sys 378 278 288
You can also leave out these parameters and the Parallel PCI card will be assigned the PCI bus assigned address like 6000,5000....

5) Reboot into DOS and our setaddr.sys utility will report the IRQ and address assigned to our card.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
3.3V
Sistema Operativo
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-2000-XP
Tamaño
52Kb
Nombre del archivo
lavapci.exe
Información
CONTENTS OF LAVA PCI CARD DISKETTE

\ (root directory)
all driver and installation files for Windows 95/98/ME and 2000 for the following cards:
Single and dual Parallel PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Single Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Dual Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Quattro Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME
Octopus (Eight port) 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Single Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
Dual Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
Quad Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
2SP (Dual 16550 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME,2000
SP (Single 16550 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME,2000
LavaPort 650 PCI (Single Port 16650 UART) serial card 95,98,ME
LavaPort PCI (Dual Port 16650 UART) serial card 95,98,ME
LavaPort Plus (Dual 16650 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME
version.txt
contents.txt

\DOS
setaddr.sys
Dos enabler utility for single and dual parallel PCI.
ReadMeP.txt
Installation instructions for setaddr.sys
lavaconf.exe
DOS utility that reports resource assignments (IO address and IRQ) of any Lava PCI card.
ReadMeS.txt
Notes for Installing PCI serial ports in DOS.

\NT4.0
Windows NT4.0 installation program and drivers
NT4.0 ReadMe.txt

\Utils

ComPort Redirect and ModemSpeed installation for PCI Serial Port card Notes.
ModemSpeed only for use with 16650 Serial port cards.
These utilities only for use in Windows 95 and 98.
\utils\Redirect
Redirect utility
\utils\Mdmspeed
Mdmspeed and Redirect

\Win3.11
\16650
Installation program for LavaPort (16650) Serial port cards in Windows 3.11.
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
Readme.txt
\16550
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
Readme.txt

\Other
lavaconf.exe
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
For aiding in the enabling of cards in operating systems other that Win95/98,2000 NT4.0 DOS and Win3.11.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
LP
Sistema Operativo
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-2000-XP
Tamaño
52Kb
Nombre del archivo
lavapci.exe
Información
CONTENTS OF LAVA PCI CARD DISKETTE

\ (root directory)
all driver and installation files for Windows 95/98/ME and 2000 for the following cards:
Single and dual Parallel PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Single Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Dual Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Quattro Serial 16550 PCI 95,98,ME
Octopus (Eight port) 16550 PCI 95,98,ME,2000
Single Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
Dual Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
Quad Serial 16650 PCI 95,98,ME
2SP (Dual 16550 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME,2000
SP (Single 16550 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME,2000
LavaPort 650 PCI (Single Port 16650 UART) serial card 95,98,ME
LavaPort PCI (Dual Port 16650 UART) serial card 95,98,ME
LavaPort Plus (Dual 16650 Serial Single Parallel) PCI 95,98,ME
version.txt
contents.txt

\DOS
setaddr.sys
Dos enabler utility for single and dual parallel PCI.
ReadMeP.txt
Installation instructions for setaddr.sys
lavaconf.exe
DOS utility that reports resource assignments (IO address and IRQ) of any Lava PCI card.
ReadMeS.txt
Notes for Installing PCI serial ports in DOS.

\NT4.0
Windows NT4.0 installation program and drivers
NT4.0 ReadMe.txt

\Utils

ComPort Redirect and ModemSpeed installation for PCI Serial Port card Notes.
ModemSpeed only for use with 16650 Serial port cards.
These utilities only for use in Windows 95 and 98.
\utils\Redirect
Redirect utility
\utils\Mdmspeed
Mdmspeed and Redirect

\Win3.11
\16650
Installation program for LavaPort (16650) Serial port cards in Windows 3.11.
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
Readme.txt
\16550
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
Readme.txt

\Other
lavaconf.exe
Utility for reporting the IO address and IRQ of the PCI cards.
For aiding in the enabling of cards in operating systems other that Win95/98,2000 NT4.0 DOS and Win3.11.
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
LP
Sistema Operativo
Windows NT4
Tamaño
91Kb
Nombre del archivo
ntpcips.zip
Información
STEP1 BIOS(CMOS SETTINGS)

a) Shut down the Computer and enter your BIOS (CMOS) setup. Ensure that Plug and Play Operating System installed is set to NO or DISABLED.
Reserve IRQs you have chosen for jumpered cards to Legacy ISA. This will eliminate any possibility of conflicts being created with those devices. Make sure that there is an IRQ available for our card.
Do this in the following manner:
Enter PNP CONFIGURATION SETUP.
Change RESOURCES CONTROLLED BY from AUTO to MANUAL.
Scroll down to the IRQ assigned to our card and change that IRQ from PCI/ISA PnP to Legacy ISA to make it unavailable for our card. If all the IRQs are made unavailable then the LavaPort PCI product will not install.
The previous method applies to an Award BIOS version 4.51 PG. Consult your motherboard manual to find similar settings changes and how to enter your BIOS setup.

NOTE: Reserving the IRQs in the BIOS is just a precautionary measure. It eliminates the possibility of our card on an IRQ already being used by an ISA device. ISA devices are not capable of sharing their IRQs.
However, the Plug and Play Operating System setting must be set to NO or DISABLED. If your BIOS does not have this setting it may be that it is set to this setting 'behind the scenes'.
STEP2 INSTALLING CARD:

a) With the power off place the Lava Parallel PCI into a PCI slot.
Ensure that the slot is not a Shared PCI/ISA slot. Consult your mother board to verify that the slot is not a shared PCI/ISA slot
b) Power up the computer and boot into Windows NT4.0 and log on as Administrator.
c) Run the setup.exe located on the NT4.0 directory on the floppy.
d) After setup has completed and the system has rebooted verify that the LavaPort has installed properly by going to Start Settings Control Panel and entering the LavaPort Control Panel Applet.

STEP3 ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT (FOR LAVA PARALLEL PCI PORTS ONLY)
To change the address assignment for the Lava Parallel PCI go to Start Settings Control Panel and Double Click the LavaPort Icon.
The LavaPort Control Panel Applet will appear and the Lava Parallel Port(s) will appear under the Lava Parallel Ports Tree.
The Lava Parallel PCI allows for manual Address Assignments. There are two manual addresses available: 0378 and 0278.
To change the address then hilite the port you wish to change and click Properties. In the drop down list for Base I/O Port Address you will have a choice of Default (PCI bus assigned address), 0378 or 0278.
If you are installing a printer to the Lava Parallel PCI choose the PCI Bus assigned address.
If you are installing a non-printer peripheral such as a scanner or external drive then choose either 0278 or 0378 . Ensure that you do not assign the Lava Parallel PCI to an address used by your onboard parallel port. To find out where your OnBoard Parallel Port is installed go to Start - Programs - Adminstrative Tools - Windows NT Diagnostics. Enter the Resources Tab and then click the Devices button to the bottom right. In the list of Devices that appear, double click the ParPort device. The IO address associated with the ISA bus is the OnBoard Parallel Port Address.


TROUBLESHOOTING

The LavaPort drivers will show messages in the Event Viewer regarding success or failure. If you are having trouble with the LavaPort go to Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Event Viewer. Ensure that the System Log is enabled from the Log Menu. Write down any messages reported by the following services:
DetectLava,
SerialLava,
Serial,
and,
ParPort
Consult Lava's FAQs on our Web Site (www.lavalink.com) for relevant solutions. Or send email to tech@lavalink.com.
Use of the LavaPort Control Applet:

USE OF LAVA CONTROL PANEL APPLET
1. The LavaPort Control Applet was written in a "Plug and Play" manner. It will attempt to install your card and attempt to show you any conflicts.
2. Information from LavaPort Control Applet installation is written to the System Log. Please refer here for more detailed information.
3. "Lava strongly recommends the use of the LavaPort Control Applet for use with your LavaPort-PCI product, for both installation and to make user-defined settings changes."
4. By clicking in Control Panel - LavaPorts you will find information on your LavaPort-PCI product. Double click it and you will see one of these possibilities:
* Just the icon, indicates NO CONFLICTS.
* Red "X" through the icon, indicates the hardware has been disabled. This can happen if you override the standard Com settings. Accessing the System Log will indicate the overlap in the Com Registers.
* Blue "!" exclamation point, indicates a System Conflict.
* Yellow "?" question mark, indicates a card not enumerated by the System (the conflict is unresolved).
Compañía
Lava
Dispositivo
Otros Periféricos
Modelo
Lava ParAllel-PCI
Descripción
3.3V
Sistema Operativo
Windows NT4
Tamaño
91Kb
Nombre del archivo
ntpcips.zip
Información
STEP1 BIOS(CMOS SETTINGS)

a) Shut down the Computer and enter your BIOS (CMOS) setup. Ensure that Plug and Play Operating System installed is set to NO or DISABLED.
Reserve IRQs you have chosen for jumpered cards to Legacy ISA. This will eliminate any possibility of conflicts being created with those devices. Make sure that there is an IRQ available for our card.
Do this in the following manner:
Enter PNP CONFIGURATION SETUP.
Change RESOURCES CONTROLLED BY from AUTO to MANUAL.
Scroll down to the IRQ assigned to our card and change that IRQ from PCI/ISA PnP to Legacy ISA to make it unavailable for our card. If all the IRQs are made unavailable then the LavaPort PCI product will not install.
The previous method applies to an Award BIOS version 4.51 PG. Consult your motherboard manual to find similar settings changes and how to enter your BIOS setup.

NOTE: Reserving the IRQs in the BIOS is just a precautionary measure. It eliminates the possibility of our card on an IRQ already being used by an ISA device. ISA devices are not capable of sharing their IRQs.
However, the Plug and Play Operating System setting must be set to NO or DISABLED. If your BIOS does not have this setting it may be that it is set to this setting 'behind the scenes'.
STEP2 INSTALLING CARD:

a) With the power off place the Lava Parallel PCI into a PCI slot.
Ensure that the slot is not a Shared PCI/ISA slot. Consult your mother board to verify that the slot is not a shared PCI/ISA slot
b) Power up the computer and boot into Windows NT4.0 and log on as Administrator.
c) Run the setup.exe located on the NT4.0 directory on the floppy.
d) After setup has completed and the system has rebooted verify that the LavaPort has installed properly by going to Start Settings Control Panel and entering the LavaPort Control Panel Applet.

STEP3 ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT (FOR LAVA PARALLEL PCI PORTS ONLY)
To change the address assignment for the Lava Parallel PCI go to Start Settings Control Panel and Double Click the LavaPort Icon.
The LavaPort Control Panel Applet will appear and the Lava Parallel Port(s) will appear under the Lava Parallel Ports Tree.
The Lava Parallel PCI allows for manual Address Assignments. There are two manual addresses available: 0378 and 0278.
To change the address then hilite the port you wish to change and click Properties. In the drop down list for Base I/O Port Address you will have a choice of Default (PCI bus assigned address), 0378 or 0278.
If you are installing a printer to the Lava Parallel PCI choose the PCI Bus assigned address.
If you are installing a non-printer peripheral such as a scanner or external drive then choose either 0278 or 0378 . Ensure that you do not assign the Lava Parallel PCI to an address used by your onboard parallel port. To find out where your OnBoard Parallel Port is installed go to Start - Programs - Adminstrative Tools - Windows NT Diagnostics. Enter the Resources Tab and then click the Devices button to the bottom right. In the list of Devices that appear, double click the ParPort device. The IO address associated with the ISA bus is the OnBoard Parallel Port Address.


TROUBLESHOOTING

The LavaPort drivers will show messages in the Event Viewer regarding success or failure. If you are having trouble with the LavaPort go to Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Event Viewer. Ensure that the System Log is enabled from the Log Menu. Write down any messages reported by the following services:
DetectLava,
SerialLava,
Serial,
and,
ParPort
Consult Lava's FAQs on our Web Site (www.lavalink.com) for relevant solutions. Or send email to tech@lavalink.com.
Use of the LavaPort Control Applet:

USE OF LAVA CONTROL PANEL APPLET
1. The LavaPort Control Applet was written in a "Plug and Play" manner. It will attempt to install your card and attempt to show you any conflicts.
2. Information from LavaPort Control Applet installation is written to the System Log. Please refer here for more detailed information.
3. "Lava strongly recommends the use of the LavaPort Control Applet for use with your LavaPort-PCI product, for both installation and to make user-defined settings changes."
4. By clicking in Control Panel - LavaPorts you will find information on your LavaPort-PCI product. Double click it and you will see one of these possibilities:
* Just the icon, indicates NO CONFLICTS.
* Red "X" through the icon, indicates the hardware has been disabled. This can happen if you override the standard Com settings. Accessing the System Log will indicate the overlap in the Com Registers.
* Blue "!" exclamation point, indicates a System Conflict.
* Yellow "?" question mark, indicates a card not enumerated by the System (the conflict is unresolved).
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