That depends on the card. You cannot disable the IDE port on most
Creative Labs soundcards that have one. (If you know where to apply
an X-Acto knife and soldering iron you can permanently disable the
IDE port. All the non-disableable ones I’ve encountered on CL
cards were set to conflict with the secondary IDE on the motherboard.
Win98 may be able to share the resources, but Win95 can’t.
Igor Kovalenko wrote:
Chances are, the iobase and irq are set by jumpers on the card itself.
Hardware Support Account wrote:
This may or may not work, what you can do is try the following:
Find the model number on the card, goto the SB website and lookup
the card there, find out what the iobase and irq of the card is
then pass these parameters to devb-eide. Make sure you checkout
the options to devb-eide as well.
We have a strong feeling that this won’t work, however if you are
willing to try >
btr <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
I have ISA SB16 PnP soundcard with IDE controller.
Under Win98 that controller is recognized as Creative Labs IDE controller.
So I can attach 5 IDE devices to my PC.
Usually they are 3 HDDs, CD and CD-RW.
But under QNX RTP I see only 4. I can’t access to third HDD attached to IDE
controller on SB.
What should I do to get that controller worked?