You can check IRQs under Programs | Accessories | System Tools | System Information | Expand "Hardware Resources" folder in LH pane | click on IRQs folder in LH pane. You can also check for IRQ Conflicts/Sharing under the same "Hardware Resources" directory.
heres how to find IRQ's....right click on my computer, then select properties, then select the hardware tab, then you will see device manager and select it. now click on view and select resources by type. and you have access to IO addresses, DMA addresses, IRQ's and memory addresses, have fun.
ok cool thanks i found them , my friend now checked
he has 4 things on irq 10. the problem is his computer keeps crashing just out of the blue, mostly while playing a game.. and he had it taken to service like 3 times this weekend but the n00bs at the comp shop cant figure it out.. so i wondered if its an irq prob since i heard a lot about it.
my friend now checked
he has 4 things on irq 10.
Sis 7001 pci to usb
sis 7001 pci to usb
real tec RTL...ethernet
this is what he gave me over the I.M... its shutting down for service now ..