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tech Search Tags: Builds Cases Cooling CPUs Graphics Laptops Memory Monitors Motherboards more Peripherals PSUs Storage VR ForumMotherboards Resource Conflict - PCI Serial resource conflict pci on motherboard toshiba satellite Bus Controller on Motherboard, etc DeadAirApr 20, 2014, 10:31 PM Toshiba how to fix resource conflict pci on motherboard A105-S4014 (upgraded to)Windows 7 64 UltimateIntel CORE 2 T7200 2.00GHzz4GB(2.99GB usable) RAMPlease help me make sense of this-When resource conflict pci network controller on motherboard booting up I get an error screen with the following:ERRORResource Conflict - PCI Serial Bus Controller on Motherboard Bus: 07, Device: 06. Function: 01ERRORResource Conflict - PCI Mass Storage resource conflict pci on motherboard bus 14 device 06 Controller on Motherboard Bus: 07, Device: 06. Function: 02ERRORResource Conflict - PCI on Motherboard Bus: 07, Device: 06. Function: 03The only way to get past it is to pull the power and battery, wait, plug in, then tap F8 and boot using previous successful settings. [EDIT: "Last Known Good configuration" in F8>Advanced Boot Menu]It hibernates correctly and never crashes.
Resource Conflict Pci Mass Storage Controller On MotherboardThe Errors only appear on fresh boot and reboot.I ran all of the standard system checks that are provided in the windows software as well as my Norton 360 tools, SuperAntiSpyware, and EST Online Scanner.I have already searched other threads regarding errors of this type as best I could.The BIOS is the latest available. CMOS battery has never been replaced on this laptop(8 yrs this month)I did a clean install 3 Months ago when I upgraded to 64 bit with new processor. A-ok since then until now.I can tear down and replace anything that need to be done myself.(CMOS, Motherboard, etc)-cheers 6 answers Last reply Apr 24, 2014 More about resource conflict pci serial bus controller motherboard i7BabyApr 20, 2014, 10:38 PM Change the settings back then DeadAirApr 20, 2014, 11:16 PM i7Baby said: Change the settings back then Thanks for your reply but I did not change any settings in the first place- knowingly, at least. And if any settings were changed I don't know what they were. When above I said "boot usi
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via my laptop's onboard wireless adapter (Broadcom 4318). After 'repairing' connection several times, I inspected the device mgr, where I found a yellow-! hovering over my wireless adapter. Shortly thereafter the hard-locks began. Disabling the Wireless adapter (in Windows device http://mt5.radified.com/blog/2010/04/resource-conflict-pci-on-motherboard-computer-hardware-bios-error.html manager) and switching to a wired connection seemed to solve the problem (no more hard-locks) .. long as I stayed in Windows. But reboots still gave me fits. Many times, the hard drive & CD-ROM lights would remain lit for ~30 secs, then go out. That's it. Nothing. No boot. Couldn't even boot to a Bootable CD. Couldn't even get into the BIOS (F2). The display screen showed absolutely nothing. Sukage maximus. Subsequent troubleshooting revealed that using a fan to blow cold air resource conflict on the bottom of the (warm) laptop for 5 or 10 minutes solved the problem. (Every time.) By that I mean, I am able to boot, I get a display. I can enter the BIOS. BUT .. I *always* get the following ERROR (BIOS) » Resource Conflict - PCI on Motherboard, Bus:06, Device:09, Function:04.