The system automatically determines the hardware settings for EISA, MCA and PCI hardware controllers, but ISA hardware controllers cannot be detected automatically. You can use the DCU to specify hardware settings that are not detected automatically. We suggest that you run the DCU whenever you add new hardware controllers to check whether the device drivers are properly configured.
|You want to view the hardware controllers currently configured on your system and/or change their device driver parameter settings (IRQ, memory address range, I/O address range, and DMA channel) for existing devices. You might also want to delete or disable a controller.
|Select Hardware Device Configuration. Follow the instructions in ``Viewing or updating hardware device configuration''.
|You want to view the device drivers on your system and/or add a new instance of an ISA controller to your current configuration.
|Select Software Device Drivers. Follow the instructions in ``Viewing and activating software device drivers''.
Configuration changes do not take effect until they are applied.
The configuration of your system is then updated to reflect the changes you specified.