I've been getting this message SDRAM at DIMM#:1 every time the system boots and the MODEM PCI is installed on the mainboard. If I take it out, the system boots with no problems, no messages, just rigth and straight to the OSs as it should be! But...sometimes it's possible to boot even with the modem installed but to do this, I need to restart the computer several times until it passes. Sometimes I have to turn it off...So, most of the times the system does not boot (giving the error/message SDRAM at DIMM#:1) and sometimes it does and when it does, the modem works well, the PC is able to dial and connect to internet and so on. I realize that some devices are using the same IRQ, for example, USB+USB for DOS on IRQ5 and PCI Sound Board+PCI Modem+Onboard Ethernet on IRQ11. Could be something related to IRQs? How can I specify a different one to these devices (on the bios program, could not find any option to do this). Any ideas? Thanks you all in advance!
PS: the modem is a Lucent Agere V90 (Chipset 1646T...) and the motherboard is a Matasonic (sorry, don't have its specific model rigth now but can update the thread later with this info if needed).