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Where is device manger in windows NT 4?


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#1 Sadhu

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 03:28 AM

If anyone who know about where is device manager in windows NT 4. Please email me. I need device manager to see one plug and play card called Data Acquisition card AT-MIO-16E-10 base address range in Windows NT 4. I need to know it's I/O base address range. In ni-DAQ 6 software for configuring the AT-MIO-16E-10,we have to enter the I/O base address range. So I need to know I/O base address range of AT-MIO-16E-10.

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Posted 23 August 2005 - 08:03 AM

Windows NT 4 does not have a device manager.
For Windows NT use the icons in the Control Panel to view installed devices.

I did find some information on the Data Acquisition card you note in
The Control and Measurement Device Interface handbook.
About 3/4 of the way down the page in the link below , you will find
information on the known I/O base address range.

Look for this entry "6.1.52. ni_atmio.o -- National Instruments AT-MIO-E series"
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