Re: Problem of using a PCI device in a Hot Plug PCI slot
From: Robert Hancock
Date: Mon Sep 25 2006 - 20:15:27 EST
Igor Sharovar wrote:
A PCI card, which developed in my company, isn't powered in a Hot Plug
PCI slot( Intel server ).
During boot-up, a populated slot powers up, then immediately powers off.
The card works fine in non Hot Plug slots. The Hot Plug PCI
specification says that a regular PCI card should at least be powered in
a Hot Plug PCI slot.
What are requirements for running a PCI card in a Hot Plug slot.
I would appreciate any help.
Maybe the card isn't grounding the right PRSNT pins to allow the machine
to detect the presence of the card?
Robert Hancock Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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