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AmigaOne - U-Boot Prefs Menus - PCI and AGP Devices


Editing PCI/AGP Settings

The fifth parameter "PCI/AGP" is used to specify the settings and get information about the PCI and AGP devices.

U-Boot Preferences Menu with PCI/AGP highlighted

If you press <Enter> a listing all of the PCI and AGP devices will appear. Highlighting an appropriate value and pressing <Enter> will result in one of the following screens:

Editing PCI Interrupt A IRQ Level

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt A IRQ Level

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt A Trigger by

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt A Trigger by

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt B IRQ Level

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt B IRQ Level

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt B Trigger by

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt B Trigger by

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt C IRQ Level

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt C IRQ Level

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt C Trigger by

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt C Trigger by

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt D IRQ Level

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt D IRQ Level

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing PCI Interrupt D Trigger by

U-Boot Preferences PCI Interrupt D Trigger by

Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing AGP Bus

U-Boot Preferences AGP bus

With this parameter, pressing <Enter> will toggle the value between off and on. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing Sideband enable

U-Boot Preferences AGP Bridge Sideband enable

With this parameter, pressing <Enter> will toggle the value between off and on. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

Editing AGP Speed

U-Boot Preferences AGP Speed

Use the arrow keys to highlight the appropriate value and press <Enter> to select it, or press <Esc> to leave it unchanged. The normal value is that shown highlighted above.

To return to the U-Boot Preferences Menu press <Esc>.

Disclaimer: Amiga Auckland have prepared the above information for the use of its members based on our experiences and as such is subject to revision at any time. Amiga Auckland cannot guarantee any of the information and cannot be held accountable for any issues that may result from using it.


Copyright 2005 Amiga Auckland Inc. All rights reserved.
Revised: September 25, 2005.