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sr #103540: PCI SubSystem Vendor ID and Device ID

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Submitted on:  Fri 05 Nov 2004 04:45:44 PM UTC  
 
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Sun 12 Dec 2004 02:27:59 PM UTC, comment #1:

au8830 memory mapped I/O

fifo 0x10000
a3d 0x18000
mixer 0x20000
src 0x26000
dma 0x27000
dma.ADBAddr 0x400
dma.ADBSizeGoto 0x800
dma.ADBMode 0xa00
dma.ADBStat 0xa90
dma.EngCtl 0xae8
dma.ADBReqQue 0xafc
dma.ADBSetStat 0xc00
dma.ADBGAP 0xe00
dma.ADBReqQuePtr 0xf80
adb 0x28000
game 0x28800
ser 0x29000
sb 0x29800
pci 0x2a000
i2c 0x2a800
eq 0x2b000

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Fri 05 Nov 2004 04:45:44 PM UTC, original submission:

The PCI Subsystem Vendor ID and Device ID can be obtained by

reading memory mapped I/O 0x2A804 for au8810 and au8830
0x13004 for au8820

Vendor ID

1092 Diamond
12eb Aureal
104d Sony
5053 Turtle Beach

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