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Thread: Montecarlo boards operating against Sandy Bridge chipset

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    Default Montecarlo boards operating against Sandy Bridge chipset

    The Sandy Bridge chipset does not support native PCI support. Instead it uses a PCI-e to PCI bridge. This is not implemented well on some motherboards - especially for more complicated telephony PCI boards. This can usually be fixed with a BIOS firmware update.


    Below is one known motherboard to demonstrate the problem.


    Supermicro 9SCA-F
    http://www.supermicro.com/products/m...04/x9sca-f.cfm
    Fixed with Bios version 2.
    (http://www.supermicro.com/products/n...E3-1200_V2.pdf)


    The problem generally affects the interrupt. For example on a Pika DaytonaMM board you may see the following error:


    Code:
      DaytonaMM - FATAL error: KMD return wrong status, while write ...
    Last edited by mrecoskie; 03-15-13 at 12:34 PM.

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