--- Miguel Mendez <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 07:42:59AM -0800, Shizuka
> Kudo wrote:
> Hi there,
> > I'm having problem with the TI cardbus bridge to
> > recognize PCCARD in "NEWCARD" kernel. I have a
> desktop
> > with TI PCI1250 adaptor and an IBM Thinkpad with
> TI
> > 1450. Both recognize PC Cards in "GENERIC" kernel,
> but
> > get "Card has no functions" in NEWCARD. I checked
> the
> > maillist and found no answer. The same kernel ran
> fine
> > in a Toshiba Portege with ToPIC100 cardbus bridge.
> Is
> > this something unique to TI chips? Any suggestion
> I
> > should try?
> My Thinkpad 310 is running -CURRENT as of the 29th
> of March. I normally
> use a CARDBUS nic, but I've just inserted a PCCARD
> nic on the second
> slot and it's recognized as ed0. My hardware has a
> TI1131 PCI-CardBus
> Bridge.
> It seems to work here, when did you last cvsup your
> src?
> Cheers,

I just tried WIN2K in my machines (both desktop &
thinkpad), get the memory address assigned by Win2K
and add hw.cbb.start_mem entry in /boot/loader.conf.
Now both machine recognize the PCCARD. I suspect the
kernel cannot decode the memory address correctly.

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