[linux-audio-user] Re: Stuttering via HDSP, Cardbus, Multiface?
TimBlechmann at gmx.net
Fri Mar 26 16:16:11 EST 2004
> > I have a very unrecommended cardbus controller in my laptop
> > [Ricoh], and it caused me a world of hurt getting the HDSP running.
> > Can you tell us what cardbus controller you have in your laptop?
> Just to note, i don't think all Ricoh cardbus controllers cause
> problems. My Thinkpad A31 has a "Ricoh Co Ltd RL5c476 II (rev 80)"
> controller and my HDSP works great. I also was able to get it
> by itself on IRQ9, but not all BIOSs let you do that. Also, ACPI
> is definitely disabled.
the problem has been reported on four different chipsets:
ENE C1410 (ico / mandrake)
o2micro6933 (myself / gentoo)
Texas Instruments PCI1250 (timothy ... i hope you don't mind that i call
you timothy ... just to make it easier to
follow this discussion / red hat, planet
ricoh ??? (derek / gentoo)
- derek: what problems exactly did you have? i'm not exactly sure, if
your problem was similar to the one, ico, timothy and myself are
- ene, o2micro and ricoh are cardbus bridges, rme doesn't suggest for
using with an hdsp ... but they haven't had any complains about ti's
it's not a problem of the hardware revision of the hdsp, since i had the
same problems with thomas charbonnel's device, mine worked fine on his
i hope we can track this problem down, since i'd really prefer to save
the money i wanted to spend for a new laptop for my summer trip to
Tim mailto:TimBlechmann at gmx.de
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