> In my bios I have PnPOS=NO, USB-IRQ=Disabled.
> The commit below results in a PCI interrupt storm and a terminally
> wedged system right after interrupts are enabled.
This would be a bug in the UHCI or OHCI driver then. You can avoid it by
not running the driver.
> | nsayer 2000/12/03 09:07:24 PST
> | Modified files:
> | sys/pci ohci_pci.c uhci_pci.c
> | Log:
> | We now have the ability to assign the correct IRQ when PNP-OS is turned
> | on. So stop failing the attach if the IRQ is unassigned. With this
> | patch, I can now boot with PNP-OS YES in my BIOS no differently than
> | PNP-OS NO (which is a good thing since Windows hangs with PNP-OS NO).
> | Obtained from: msmith
> | Revision Changes Path
> | 1.21 +1 -11 src/sys/pci/ohci_pci.c
> | 1.32 +1 -11 src/sys/pci/uhci_pci.c
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