E x p a n s i o n C a r d s
These can be arranged into the internal riser card generally as shown
in this rear view (the blanking plates have been removed for clarity).
Configuring the card
Part of the installation procedure for many expansion cards involves
setting up or configuring the card so it works correctly in the system.
The Plug and Play (PnP) feature of PCI/ISA cards allows Windows
95 (and other PnP-aware operating systems) to configure the card
automatically when you turn on the computer.
You need to use the Add New Hardware utility (which is located in
Control Panel) in order to configure the card if Windows 95 does
not auto-detect it. Full instructions are provided on-line.
If manual configuration is required then you will probably need to
specify at least two of the following:
The important thing to understand is that the settings used by the
card must be different from the settings used by the other hardware
in the computer, whether another card or a component on the
motherboard, the settings must not conflict.
LS/VS 550 OWNER'S HANDBOOK
AUDIO REAR CONNECTIONS
Interrupt request level (IRQ)
Direct memory access (DMA) channel
Base input/output (I/O) port address
Base memory address