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Thread: IRQ's, i/o addresses

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    IRQ's, i/o addresses

    the dude at the trainig place told me to learn these over crimbo and then ill start the a+ coasre in january,

    how the hell do u learn io addresse man, theres so many, HOW DO U DO IT??

    Please help me-

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    Take a look through here, link.
    Sometimes your the pigeon, sometimes your the stache.

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    Welcome to the PC Guide forums!

    Hereís the general stuff that you need to know:
    http://www.geocities.com/budallen98_98/comm-irq.html

    An easy printable IRQ chart:
    http://www.helpmypc.com/troubleshooter/pcirq.htm
    Note:
    -Since most modern PCs donít have more than one parallel port, IRQ 5 is usually used for the sound card.
    -IRQ 12 is used for the PS/2 mouse port.
    -IRQ 14 is for the primary IDE controller
    -IRQ 15 is for the secondary IDE controller

    Another IRQ chart:
    http://itdepot.org/IRQChart.htm

    I/O Address chart:
    http://itdepot.org/ioaddresses.htm

    DMA Chart:
    http://itdepot.org/DMA%20chart.htm

    Hope this helps.

    Make sure to go to Jiggy's link for more detailed info on each of the above.

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