Chang I/O Card from 16 bits to 32 bits

Chang I/O Card from 16 bits to 32 bits

Post by Degang » Tue, 04 Apr 1995 04:00:00

Hello, everybody. I recently is trying to replace my old ISA card
to a 32 bits local bus card, and I am having a hard time to do that.

My LINUX runs fine with old 16 bit I/O card, but it will not start
if I use this nes card. It give me some information like inode
error(I am not sure exactly what they are).

My question is: If I have a 16 bits I/O, how do I upgrade it
to 32 bits I/O card without reinstall LINUX?

Any help is welcomed.



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If anyone is familiar with Linksys 32 bit and 16 bit cards please
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Thanks much for you input.
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