PCI Dynamic Bursting.

Discussion in 'BIOS Optimization Guide (BOG)' started by Domster, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. Domster

    Domster Newbie

    I'm looking to disable the PCI Dynamic Bursting option in my BIOS but I can't seem to find it!! Typical Paddy! :wall:

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any other names it goes by.

  2. eLPuSHeR

    eLPuSHeR Newbie

    Why do you want to disable it? It's meant to improve PCI performance. Do you have a 3COM network adapter card per chance?

    It is also called Byte Merge. :wave:
  3. Domster

    Domster Newbie

    I've got a PCI 56K modem that won't work with this mobo. I read somewhere that some PCI cards won't work if this option is enabled so I thought I'd give it a go.

    I've got an external 56K modem but the most I get outta that is 31.5 Kbps.....pitiful!!! Dial-up is slow enough at 44Kbps, never mind 31!!
  4. eLPuSHeR

    eLPuSHeR Newbie

    I think PCI Dynamic Bursting isn't to blame here because modems don't use NIC cards (Ethernet). Try updating its driver or use a different one (Windows provided several generic 56kps drivers that worked quite well).
  5. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Hmm.. Check to see if your motherboard supports APIC. If not, it may be an interrupt issue. Try reinstalling the modem card in another PCI slot, preferably away from other cards.

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