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|Source: various drivers|
A conflict has been detected between two drivers which claimed two overlapping Io port regions. Driver name, with device <device name>, claimed an IO port range with starting address in data address 0x28 and 0x2c, and length in data address 0x30.
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What is an I/O port?
As per Microsoft: "Two drivers are requesting exclusive use of the same input/output (I/O) ports. The second driver cannot be loaded, and functionality dependent on this driver will not be available. User Action: Change the set of I/O ports for the specified driver. Or, if you know which driver is competing with the specified driver for these ports, change ports for the competing driver. For information on how to change I/O ports, see your hardware documentation."
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