I/o Error 2f8
What do I need to do first? Problem is a conflict with COM ports. 1) make sure you dont have the mouse and keyboard in the wrong ps/2 ports. The time now is 01:34 PM. A modem possibly?
Now when trying to reconfigure the LPT port it wants the Windows Install disk but cannot find the file when it is inserted. I only boot this computer > up when I need to print something. Connect with top rated Experts 16 Experts available now in Live! Heschel Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Interface Devices and Peripherals Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Forum Information and General Discussion Forum Announcements
i don't get it anymore, but i used to on windows 98. *shrug* i don't know why. This means that the mouse will be plugging into the serial port(kinda rectagonal looking plug) and the keyboard will be have a great big round connector on the end(when compared with If it doesnt, then you are looking at it getting a little more complicated EDIT: The error you are seeing could very well be caused by using the incorrect keyboard and then if you get the IO error change the parallel/printer port setting to another choice.
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Disable the on board serial or com port. what ports should i delete and how would that help? Can you please tell me which one is where. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r8147804-conflict-I-O-ports-2F8 If you have a mouse on com1 and nothing connected to com2 disable com2 in the Bios. 14-01-2002, 06:08 PMGood thinking Mike, :-) Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016
Next Speed Upgrade Rumor - 50Mbps upload [OptimumOnline] by radioguinea308. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/10224007/I-O-Conflicts.html This is a small replaceable lithium battery cell 3V housed on the motherboard and should be easily accessible for changeout. Reply With Quote 10-03-2005,04:01 PM #7 classicsoftware View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Exalted Grand Master GeekModerator Join Date Jul 2001 Location Wyncote, PA, USA Posts 10,556 What I do is to copy the Windows installation files to a partition other than C: [G: actually] and install from there, then leave the files permanently in that location.
During booting, I get an error message "conflict I/O Ports: 2F8". Kozierok. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Can you tell me where the battery would be located on the motherboard.
Could be a bad CMOS battery that caused BIOS settings to change. You could see if my wild stab in the dark guess is correct by checking where your Printer is plugged in and if it's to an add-on card then simply disabling I can proceed ahead with booting by pressing F1 or access the CMOS. Reply With Quote November 4th, 1999,01:53 PM #4 wambu View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Sep 1999 Posts 22 To moke: can you be more specific...
The new motherboard probably has a minimum of 2 integrated serial type ports...one may even be infrared.Once you get the floppy drive/diskette to work, you should modify the BIOS settings to The other is way is to disable serial port2 in BIOS. · actions · 2003-Oct-5 12:24 pm · cooleo5Premium Memberjoin:2003-06-06Pensacola, FL cooleo5 Premium Member 2003-Oct-7 9:30 pm Thanks i just All rights reserved.
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It has been fun but this really isn't my thing. I was getting headaches too, that felt like they were caused by tension in my shoulders, but now I feel fine! Similar Threads - Conflict Ports PCI Bus Conflicting Device list: Input/Output Range 0000.... If that doesn't fix it, please post a little more info about the error and hardware in your system.
then it was just a surplus com port enabled by the bios. I did this and was prompted to insert the Windows 98 CD > (of the three networked this is the Windows 98 system). also, everytime i try running linux on this computer, it sets the clock forward an hour. *shrug* Brian __________________ An ignorant person is one who doesn't know what you have just I have three computers networked > (Mac OS9, NT4 and Windows 98) and this is the one with the actual > drivers.