Can you please post your listed IRQs at boot up & within NT.


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Brian Guralnick



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Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 6:46 PM
Subject: Re: [PEDA] Pregnant pauses!


| This was addressed a couple of weeks ago, and its taken this long to get my
| IT dept to look at it. I remember that USB interrupts were one of the causes
| which I suggested to the IT people. Unfortunately, I am using a Dell
| Optiplex GX1 P3-450 384M RAM, on-board video and Windows NT 4.0. There is no
| option in the bios to disable the USB port and Windoze NT does not even
| support USB. I have been experiencing the delays which are becoming
| increasingly annoying. I have a standard MS ergo mouse with scroll wheel.
| Any ideas......
| desperately,
| 
| 
| Lloyd Good
| Engineering Systems Co-ordinator
| 
| GE Harris Energy Control Systems Canada, Inc.
| 2728 Hopewell Place NE
| Calgary, AB. Canada
| tel:  +1 (403)214-4777
| fax: +1 (403)287-7946
| email:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
| 
| 
| 
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Ian Wilson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
| Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 4:31 PM
| To: Protel EDA Forum
| Subject: Re: [PEDA] irregular shaped holes ??
| 
| 
| On 04:39 PM 18/07/2001 -0500, Robison Michael R CNIN said:
| >thanks peter,
| ><..snip..>
| >
| >hmm... i've got an idea now.  i went to tools/preferences/display/
| >and selected single layer mode and went thru the various layers
| >and the mechanical4 is the only layer which displayed the army-
| >green board outline.  i'm gonna venture a (dangerous) guess that if
| >i put the hole outline on this layer that it would be noted as a hole.
| >
| >any general consent on that?
| >
| >thanks again, miker
| 
| If you label it as a slot and add appropriate info in the manufacturing 
| notes then this should work fine.  It is basically what I do.  I would 
| typically dimension and add start and end coords of the slot (on a 
| different mech layer).  The PCB maker has to interpret what the details on 
| the Mech layers mean.  If you add appropriate strings and coords and 
| dimension you can easily make it clear what is required.
| 
| Basically there is no method, in Protel at least, to convey any sort of 
| slot.  You basically use the non-electrical (usually mech or drill drw 
| layers) to specify the slot and then add info in manufacturing details.  If 
| it is complex you then ring the PCB maker to make sure the understand 
| exactly.  I have done one board with a mix of complex outline routes, large 
| routed holes, routed slots and a few controlled depth routs (not right 
| through the PCB).  I used a series of hatch patterns to discriminate full 
| depth routs from the controlled-z routs and labelled it all on a different 
| mech layer.  Board came through without fault.  I have never had a slot 
| routing error.
| 
| BTW - Mike, either you are not doing many PCBs or you are much more 
| comfortable with Protel and PCB manufacture in general.  I recall you 
| thinking not so long ago, when you started in this game, that it was all a 
| bit of a nightmare.  Congratulations.
| 
| Ian Wilson
| 
| 

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