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PGC-8112L /VGN-AR720E won't boot up. I get Vaio splash screen then it goes to Resource Conflict errors: Resource Conflict - PCI in Slot 01 Bus:08, Device:03,Function:00 Resource Conflict - PCI Serial Bus Controller in Slot 01 Bus:08, Device:03,Function:01 Resource Conflict - PCI Mass Storage Controller in Slot 01 Bus:08, Device:03,Function:02 How can I correct these conflicts? I cleaned all connections and replaced the cmos battery. I don't know what to do next. Thanks in advance for any help, Carl email@example.com
Hey carl - first thing - laptop or desk top - if desk top (tower) remove all slotted cards and boot system - when it boots completely to home screen. shut down and insert 1 card at a time until you recieve you nasty screen. or boot into safe mode f10 or12 get in and disable all your cards -windows system- control panel - then turn on one by one doing a reboot - when you do find the conflicting card you should be able to figure which card or cards they conflict to - you will have to change the resource allocations on probable 2 or 3 cards to allow all to work - there all lots of sites that will explain this better - hope this helped
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try pressing F2 and look in the bios for a setting that says "Load Bios defaults". If you have any PCMCI cards inserted please remove them first and try a re-boot.
Have you added any new components on the PCI bus? If you have you need to make sure that the BIOS is allowed to reconfigure the interrupts. The device in slot 03 is conflicting with the integrated network controller hosted on the PCI bus. Remove the device in slot 3 and all should be well.
Most BIOS manufacturers allow the PC/Laptop to manage it's own interrupts, so ensure the device you've inserted allows for this. If it uses fixed interrupts this might be your problem.
A good manual should details the BIOS setting you can adjust in order to get the PCI controller happy again and allow the machine to POST correctly.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2008
SOURCE: Bus: 06, Device: 01, Function:
I would firstly reboot and if that doesn't clear the error run www.iobit.com asc.setup utility to remove crosslinked files and sort out a crosslinked registry. Failing that remove the driver from the Control Panel and let the OS set up a fresh driver. Make sure the driver is the correct one!
Posted on May 02, 2011
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