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Description of problem:
I have an HP ZE4145 notebook, and I can't seem to get the PCMCIA services to
start without causing a kernel panic or generating an error message stating
that it has interrupt 5 and wants interrupt 11. Searching some news groups,
this is an issue that multiple people are having, and they seem to think it's
an BIOS issue which HP needs to fix. This may be the case, but I am wondering
if you can provide me some hints on how I may be able to work around the
problem for now. Any help would be appreciated.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. service pcmcia start or service pcmcia restart
Actual Results: When I don't use the nomce option at boot time: Kernel Panic
When I do use the nomce option, it generates the error that it has IRQ 5 and
wantes IRQ 11
Expected Results: pcmcia card services should be working.
It looks like this problem may be fixed in the 2.6 kernel. I am using the
2.5.53 kernel right now and the PCMCIA slot seems to be working. Thanks.
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