On Thu, Jul 04, 2002 at 01:34:42PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote:
> >> The K7 had a broken on-board usb (the AMD
> >> chipset had a PCI contention bug for the usb port, so the tin back panel
> >> of the board blocked out the usb, and the K7 came with a PCI usb card,
> >> which ate up one of your PCI slots.
> > Hmmmmm..... Do you have any details on this? I've had occasional strange
> > USB-related things happen on this box. Of course, it runs -current which
> > puts me into the USB danger-zone enough as it is.. but what happens when
> > this bug is triggered?
This is good to know. The above doc is for the AMD-768 Peripheral Bus
Controller. Luckly the pre-production Thunder K7 mobos had AMD-766's in
them. I don't know if Tyan switched to the 768 in later production.
In HTML format:
Is the revision guide for the AMD-766 south bridge.
There are 2 USB nits, but nothing serious like for the AMD-768 rev B1.
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