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Caution! This operation is potentially dangerous, so to be on the safe side, save all unsaved data before you check the "listen for interruptions" box

All PCI interrupts are "level-sensitive" and can be shared by many devices. That means when a device gives an interrupt, it asserts the interrupt signal and it stays asserted until we tell the device to clear the interrupt. Thus we are responsible to:

·determine if our device caused the interrupt  
·if so, then clear our device's interrupt by writing to or reading from some register.     
At this tab page you can describe both of these matters.