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Old 05-23-2005, 04:59 PM   #1
kingleo
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Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
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-00:1f.2 not available because of resource collision- message


Hi all. When my Mandrake v9.0 kernel starts loading, I see a "PCI: 00:1f.2 not available because of resource collision" message and then it continues happily.
I use a P4 at 3Ghz on a Gigabyte m/b with a SATA WD 120GB hard disk. I note that I haven't configured properly my on-board sound card and my Radeon 3d card yet.
What this message is for? Could any kind man help me??
 
  


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