Range Check Error

On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech inside” and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 - Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 - Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet either.

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Bill at Sierra Design <BC@SierraDesign.com> wrote in message news:…

On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet either.

Bill at Sierra Design wrote:

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Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

Well, the easy way to “make them go away” is …Naw, you’ll just get mad.
At a guess, the enumerator doesn’t like ioPort addresses that touch 0xffff -
fff0 plus 10 == 0x10000 - should of course be 0x10 - 1…
You must admit it is an odd, but I think legal, place for the disk controller
ports.
As for the cardBus thingies, I know memory address zero is not where you
want them, especially not both of them!
It looks like the BIOS pci allocator is not doing its job. Maybe the vendor did
some Windows magic to set them up properly? I know my Compaq Armada does some
weird things.

Phil Olynyk

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet either.

The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:

Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet either.

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Am I dyslexic or did you say, it prints out Range Check Failed when
everything is OK?

Is this just a metter of it trying different addresses until it find one
that works?
I kind of find this hard to believe.

Can I remove a -v or add a -q some where to make these messages go away?


Chris Foran <cforan@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:Voyager.010116113356.1087I@funnel.qnx.com

The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech
inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE
Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet
either.


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Am I dyslexic or did you say, it prints out Range Check Failed when
everything is OK?

yes that is correct. Just ignore these messages.

Is this just a metter of it trying different addresses until it find one
that works?
I kind of find this hard to believe.

Can I remove a -v or add a -q some where to make these messages go away?

patch A fixes this, and it’s supposedly very close to being released

Chris Foran <> cforan@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> Voyager.010116113356.1087I@funnel.qnx.com> …
The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in
qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech
inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:

Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE
Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as
“Unknown
Unknown”

And for the record, I haven’t gotten the CardBus slots to work yet
either.




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OK. Thank you Chris.

What about the CardBus not working?

I’ve seen in several posts that the CardBus slots SHOULD be working with
RTP.
If there is any other information that I can provide, please just ask.


Chris Foran <cforan@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9439i5$jbq$1@inn.qnx.com

Am I dyslexic or did you say, it prints out Range Check Failed when
everything is OK?

yes that is correct. Just ignore these messages.

Is this just a metter of it trying different addresses until it find one
that works?
I kind of find this hard to believe.

Can I remove a -v or add a -q some where to make these messages go away?

patch A fixes this, and it’s supposedly very close to being released

Um . . . . Oops No!

I am now running the Patch A and I no longer get the 3 “Range Check failed”
errors I previously reported.

Now I get these 5 Range Check Errors and an Alloc failed:
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7112 - Vend 8086 - Class c0300 - Addr ff80 -
Size 20
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 441 - Vend 11c1 - Class 78000 - Addr
ffefff00 - Size 100
Alloc failed ffefff00 - Size 100
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 - Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 - Size
1000

Are we going in the wrong direction or did I do something wrong?

All I want to a clean boot that doesn’t look like my system is defective.


Chris Foran <cforan@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:Voyager.010116113356.1087I@funnel.qnx.com

The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech
inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:


Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE
Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as “Unknown
Unknown”

Greetings,

So this thread has apparently died. Has a solution been found?

I have the same problem. Except in my cases the system hangs, ususally just
after the package file system is started.

This occurs on two laptops. A Gateway Solo 9300 xl and a Sony Vaio 505LS.

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“Bill at Sierra Design” <BC@SierraDesign.com> wrote in message
news:94iq00$9pe$1@inn.qnx.com

Um . . . . Oops No!

I am now running the Patch A and I no longer get the 3 “Range Check
failed”
errors I previously reported.

Now I get these 5 Range Check Errors and an Alloc failed:
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7112 - Vend 8086 - Class c0300 - Addr ff80 -
Size 20
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 441 - Vend 11c1 - Class 78000 - Addr
ffefff00 - Size 100
Alloc failed ffefff00 - Size 100
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000

Are we going in the wrong direction or did I do something wrong?

All I want to a clean boot that doesn’t look like my system is defective.


Chris Foran <> cforan@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> Voyager.010116113356.1087I@funnel.qnx.com> …
The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in
qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech
inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:


Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr
0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE
Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as
“Unknown
Unknown”

Hangups might not be related to pci problems. There is a bug in released
version of enumerator, which can cause system to hang on boot. It has been
fixed internally, but I’m not sure if it made it into patch B. Thomas what
you think?

  • igor

“]{ristoph” <news2@kristoph.net> wrote in message
news:97etfd$j3a$1@inn.qnx.com

Greetings,

So this thread has apparently died. Has a solution been found?

I have the same problem. Except in my cases the system hangs, ususally
just
after the package file system is started.

This occurs on two laptops. A Gateway Solo 9300 xl and a Sony Vaio 505LS.

]{

“Bill at Sierra Design” <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message
news:94iq00$9pe$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
Um . . . . Oops No!

I am now running the Patch A and I no longer get the 3 “Range Check
failed”
errors I previously reported.

Now I get these 5 Range Check Errors and an Alloc failed:
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 - Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7112 - Vend 8086 - Class c0300 - Addr
ff80 -
Size 20
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 441 - Vend 11c1 - Class 78000 - Addr
ffefff00 - Size 100
Alloc failed ffefff00 - Size 100
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 - Addr 0 -
Size
1000

Are we going in the wrong direction or did I do something wrong?

All I want to a clean boot that doesn’t look like my system is
defective.


Chris Foran <> cforan@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> Voyager.010116113356.1087I@funnel.qnx.com> …
The pci server prints these messages out in cases where everything
works
fine. In the upcoming patch A they don’t get printed. If you have
some
hardware that you can’t get to work it’s probably not related to
seeing
these messages.

Previously, Bill at Sierra Design wrote in
qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
Ping?

Bill at Sierra Design <> BC@SierraDesign.com> > wrote in message
news:…
On my Toshiba Laptop after the two lines that Say “Neutrino Tech
inside”
and
"Processor #1: " I get 3 lines that say:


Range Check failed (IO) - Dev 7111 - Vend 8086 - Class 10180 -
Addr
fff0 -
Size 10
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 -
Addr
0 -
Size
1000
Range Check failed (Mem) - Dev 617 - Vend 1179 - Class 60700 -
Addr
0 -
Size
1000

What do they mean? What should I do to make them go away?

pci -v shows that Vend 8086 / Dev 7111 is the 82371AB PIIX4 IDE
Controller
& Vend 1179 / Dev 617 is the CardBus, but the Device shows as
“Unknown
Unknown”

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