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Re: PRSNT Signals
>>>>> "peter" == peter ross <email@example.com> writes:
peter> 2. According to the V2.1 specification, the PRSNT signals are used for two
peter> purposes: to indicate the power requirements of the board; and to indicate
peter> that there is a board present. Does this mean that the host computer would
peter> attempt to configure the card in this slot, given that at least one of the
peter> PRSNT signals was tied down? Would this cause a problem?
As long as you didn't respond on the second slot to IDSEL#, I don't see how
the host would be able to tell that there was nothing there. My reading is
that PRSNT is just for power and buffer management.
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