Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
Not correct. What I wrote is that those who are impatient and who do not want a refund may contact me to get a CPLD version that will *most*likely* fix it. It's boiled down to some software hitting the IRQ enable/disable register, and at this point, we have no way to tell what software that is. The intermediate (not official) CPLD solution accepts an "IRQ enable", but does not accept an "IRQ disable" after that (until the next reset).
Chris can't reproduce the issue. So yes, it may still be possible to fix it in the driver (if that's the software actually hitting the register), and long-distance-shipping of low-cost items may be avoided.
ah ok now I had no idea that was an option though for me I really only have a base OS3.1 so no software to interfere with...