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Hi. I'm Chaker from Tunisia. I have a Packard Bell laptop and have issues with linux on it. First, I constated that USB ports does not work at all. After ...
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    Problems with IRQ and USB !


    Hi.
    I'm Chaker from Tunisia.

    I have a Packard Bell laptop and have issues with linux on it.
    First, I constated that USB ports does not work at all. After some Googling, I made it work with booting with the option : acpi=off . ==> however my network card stoped working because it is configured on the irq 19 wich is inaccessible in this mode.

    I have tried so many things... I don't know what to do with and I wanted to have linux on my laptop so much !!

    Noticing that every thing worked perfectly on Windows : under Windows the four usb devices (the hub and theree ports) are in the IRQ 21, but under linux they are in four IRQs : 5, 7, 10 and 11.
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    (the pics are too tiny, maybe you'r gona have to download them and zoom)

    If it is possible I would like to put the same value of the IRQ in linux as in Windows. If you have any questions about my hardware don't hesitate.


    Thank you and see you.

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    Chakar. You got a tough problem to solve. Refer to thread below.

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...signments.html

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    Didn't work for me...
    I'm looking for a way to force the IRQ and IO ressources of the USB to the values that I found in Windows.

    Thank you.

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