Incorrect IRQ value
If the IRQ for a device driver is changed from 9 to 2, some
devices do not function correctly (for example, modems).
Use the DCU to change the IRQ value back to
9. In particular, when the jumper is set to 2 on an AT bus
system, the IRQ should be set to 9. If the IRQ value is 9, do
not change it. If the IRQ value is 2, change it to 9.
Unknown traps or spurious interrupts
I/O address, memory address, or interrupt conflicts
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004