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Obviously, the interrupt mechanism has to 'stack up' the interrupts; it can't simply do 'this' while negecting 'that', say, 'ignoring' your keystrokes - they all have to be taken care of, mostly by the DPC deferred procedure call stack, which you can read about here: Back in the old dayswhen we were carrying our laptops and even that was a misnomer - unless you weighed at least three hundred pounds, no way anyone Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3 SATA2 enough 'lap' for one! Hopefully, you kept a running list of "who's got what", or you were screwed! This led to, to paraphrase Lincoln, I think?

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This interrupt sharing feature was introduced in Xp, and was one of the reasons for its success and popularity. So native mode simply refers to an OS whose interrupt sharing ability is 'native' to the OS - and always wants to be 'Enabled' The manual is exactly what confused me! Specifications: CPU: Support for Socket AM3 processors: AMD Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3 SATA2 II processor / AMD Athlon II processor. GA-MAUD3; (rev CMP4GX3M2BC8 on Gigabyte GAA-UD3 (rev Unknown device (cant find drivers) Intel Communities.

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