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Troubleshooting Hardware Device Conflicts In Windows
*Â Â Â Hardware devices can conflict with each other due to a variety of reasons.
*Â Â Â Every hardware device instaled must be alocated a set of operating system (Windows) resources to operate corectly.
*Â Â Â Â These resources include IRQ, DMA (Direct Memory Aces), I/O port addreses and memory resources.
*Â Â Â Some of these resources will be shared by more than one device while others can not.
*Â Â Â This depends on the capabilities of the hardware and its softwared rivers.
Â Device Conflict Symptoms
*Â Â Â A hardware conflict may occur when Â add a new device to
Â Â system.
*Â Â Â Insome instances, this conflict will not cause any problem, and depending on the operating system Â Â may not even be aware that such a conflict exists.
*Â Â Â Typical symptoms of hardware conflicts include:
*Â Â Â The operating system may freeze frequently
*Â Â Â The new device may sufer performance problems
*Â Â Â An existing device that is conflicting with the new device may sufer performance problems
*Â Â Â Windows starts in SafeMode
*Â Â Â The system crashes and Â get Â BSOD(Blue Screen ofDeath)
*Â Â Â The sound card stops working or stuters
*Â Â Â The screen jumps and shows garbled images
*Â Â Â The mouse stops working
*Â Â Â Modem/network card doesnâ€™trespond
*Â Â Â CD/DVDdrive doesnâ€™t respond or crashes the system