Description of problem:
I just installed a new motherboard and memory in a machine that was previously working well. Unfortunately now the machine won't detect any of the PCI cards that are installed. The PCI-Express Video card is the exception - that's working fine.
The motherboard in question is an Intel DP43BF. I have 3 PCI cards: a PVR250, Maudio Delta DiO, and Fusion HD DVB card. They don't show up in messages or in lspci -v
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lspci -v output
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The PCI devices are seen by dmidecode - bus 0000:00:1e.0 IDs: 3,4,5
I really don't know what's happening there. All the devices have the same PCI bus address, which should not be possible. You could try some of the kernel pci boot options like "pci=nocrs", "pci=noacpi" etc.
I tried noacpi and nocrs. noacpi doesn't help and nocrs isn't a recognized option:
Aug 30 19:26:58 xyz kernel: PCI: Unknown option `nocrs'
Any other suggestions?
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