I am installing active voice (2.4.6) on a new Compaq Proliant DL360,<br>W2K(sp1), 1G RAM. The DL360 did not come with a parallel port, so I<br>added a SIIG PCI parallel port adapter. In the BIOS, I can assign an IRQ<br>to the PCI Port, but not the card. I have assigned IRQ 7, DMA 3. When<br>the computer is one, I can print to the port, and it is seen by Windows<br>in WinMSD. However, Windows does not believe that IRQ 7 is assigned.<br>Therefore, the ActiveVoice does not see the dongle. I have read your<br>posts that point to version P17 of the BIOS for a DL380. What BIOS<br>revision should I use for a DL360? Any help you can give is appreciated.<br>Ross Rehart<br>firstname.lastname@example.org<br><br>
Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I tried that. It would only assign an IRQ of 21 to the port, and would not assign the correct I/O (288 v. 378). According to MS Technet, an IRQ cannot be assigned in the OS by design. My solution was to go to a DL380 vs. DL360 and use the NT 4.0 install. It worked like a charm the first time I tried it.
I had a similar experience with a DL360. I couldn't get it to work with W2K. I finally gave in and got a Dell PowerEdge server (doesn't fit in the rack very well). I also tried (unsuccessfully) to install on a Compaq ML350 and had the same problem with IRQ 7.
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