Actually, the problem was in the version of MAX that we were using. We were getting two entries in Windows device manager, and we fixed that according to the knowledge base article addressed. But we were also getting two entries in MAX, which would not allow us to run test panels or self test features. We were running DAQ 6.8 on Win 2K when we recently upgraded to Win XP. Upgrading to DAQ 6.9 and the MAX that goes with it solved the problem. Now we still get the two entries in Windows Device manager, but only one in the new MAX, with the resources assigned correctly.