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Conflict with memory allocation

I have the Nvidia card installed in a Deskpro 866 series running Win98SE in a SDR slot. The conflict reads no memory available - ACPI BIOS is using this allocation. When I try to change the memory allocations manually, windows does not let me. When I remove the ACPI Board Extension Driver that was causing the conflict, windows just reloads it on boot. Is there a solution?

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THAT IS A WINDOWS ALLACTIONS FILE AND YOU CANNOT CHANGE IT NOT WITHOUT REWRITTING THE WHOLE WINDOWS PROGRAM.

YOU MAY FIND THAT THE CPU MAYBE SHAING DMA CHANNEL OR IRQ WITH THE SAME ERROR

A BOOK I HAVE PUT A WORKING VIDEO CARD IN AND EVERY THING WORKS OKAY THAN THE PROBLEM IS NOT THE VIDEO CARD MORE LIKELY THE MOTHERBOARD DMA ERROR NOT YOUR VIDEO CARD

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