> >I've now disabled the motherboard audio and blacklisted the driver.
> >no luck dumping to a file and no updates to the /proc/interrupts line
> >doing so:
> > 17: 0 0 0 0 IR-IO-APIC-fasteoi
> >ivtv-users mailing list
> >ivtv-users@ivtv... > >http://ivtvdriver.org/mailman/listinfo/ivtv-users >
> Ok. That confirms the CX23418 interrupts either aren't happening at all
> or the kernel is getting them.
> Easiest things to check are:
> A. that you have the cx23418 apu and cpu firmware files under
> /lib/firmware (or wherever) and that they are correct (or at least bigger
> than 0 bytes)
> B. Move the hvr1600 to a different pci slot. While you have the case
> open, remove all your legacy pci cards and blow the dust out of all the
> slots. Reinstall all the cards and then retest.
> C. Move the hvr1600 back to the system in which it was working, and verify
> that it still works.
A. As far as I know, they are correct. Their md5sum matches that of the
firmware files on my old system (which works ... see C below).
B. Still no dice there. It was the only legacy PCI card in the box and the
system is brand new (no dust yet).
C. Yup ... still works in the old system. Dropped it into the old box and
set up a recording specifying that tuner and it's as happy as a clam.
For what it's worth, I put a PVR-250 card in and am also getting the same
results - 0 bytes in dump file (though obviously it doesn't use the cx18
driver). If it is helpful at all, motherboard is an Intel DH77KC desktop
board with an i5 2400 (no K) CPU and 8GB of RAM.