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Resource Conflict Pci Mass Storage Controller On MotherboardNow or Log In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines Question 0 Votes Locked Resource Conflict, PCI Serial Bus Controller on Motherboard By TelMan349 · 10 years ago My laptop will not boot up. I http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/303688-30-resource-conflict-phoenix-bios get an error saying: "Resource Conflict - PCI Serial Bus Controller on Motherboard". There are no devices attached to the laptop. And when I try to go into the Setup to try to boot from a CD it still does not work. Basically I am not reaching the Windows part of the setup. Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 2 total posts (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | Expand http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/resource-conflict-pci-serial-bus-controller-on-motherboard/ + All Answers Collapse - Is the NB showing the POST Screen? by HAL 9000 Moderator · 10 years ago In reply to Resource Conflict, PCI Se ... If it is you can try to enter the BIOS and reset everything to it's basic setting and try again.The error message that you are getting is telling you that some devices directly connected to the M'Board are in conflict and are attempting to share the same resources. This generally happens when the BIOS has been incorrectly setup or the M'Board is failing.NB's by their very nature lead a hard life and quite often it can be a short life depending on how they are treated. I've seen people allow them to go into Hibernation and pack them away in their carry bags and then wonder why the CPU gets cooked as they think that the unit is turned off when its actually still running. They also tend to get placed in positions where they are subject to bending the chassis and this causes problems with the M'Boards as well and eventually they will fail totally.But if someone has altered the BIOS recently that will most likely be the problem as everything is built into a NB and they all need their own resources to allow the NB to run. Remember that just because you have nothing connected there is still at the very least the LAN connection, Dial Up Modem, PS2 Port, Monitor present at the
8 Years Ago A friend of mine said this would be the place to get some answers that there was a bunch of smart people at this site. I can usually dig till I figure things out but this time it’s a no go. https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/hardware/threads/127224/error-resource-conflict-pci-seral-bus-controller-on-motherboard I bought a Toshiba satellite P105-S6177 with no hard drive. Installed a 7200 Seagate 160 gb. Used the recovery disk and loaded Vista. It worked great for a day, then I uninstalled Microsoft office and re-booted here is what http://mt5.radified.com/blog/2010/04/resource-conflict-pci-on-motherboard-computer-hardware-bios-error.html the boot screen says. PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.1 Viedo BIOS shadowed Fixed Disk 0: ST916023ASG ATAPI CD-ROM: MATSHITADVD-RAM UJ-850S Mouse initialized ERROR Resource Conflict – PCI Seral Bus Controller on Motherboard Bus: 0A, Device:04, Function:01 ERROR Resource Conflict resource conflict – PCI Mass Storage Controller on Motherboard Bus: 0A, Device:04, Function:02 ERROR Resource Conflict – PCI on Motherboard Bus: 0A, Device:04, Function:03 Press
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 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 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.