Anyone Have The ASUS A7N8X Deluxe Board And Ever Tried To Install Xp New On A Serial
This is located at ftp://sources.redhat.com/pub/dm/ You might as well get the latest version, which at time of writing is device-mapper.1.00.19.tgz. she now gets the exact same random crashes that I do, and she also had no problems before (with athlon 1 ghz pc) This leads me to believe there HAS to Thanks for all the replyes. Help?
I edited the original message to correct it, so as not to confuse anyone else. Most of the time I get the message "The system cannot be started because the directory (blah blah) ..WIN32/SYSTEM can't be found. Any help or advice or anything would be much appreciated! These instructions are adapted and fleshed out from the original dmraid(the program used to discover the raid devices) README. 1) download and install your kernel source, you can follow the instructions http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/the-asus-a7n8x-x-a7n8x-a7n8x-deluxe-thread.7934/
Thanks 0 Spinner Birmingham, UK Oct 2005 edited Oct 2005 cbr1100 wrote: Does any one know if there is a bios out there for a Gigabyte 8INXP that includes the new There seems to be a lot of problems with this board i am a bit worried in case i get problems. The "spdif_status" module parameter is used to enable or disable S/PDIF support in the driver. I would have thought they did tests to make sure but as i say i just know the basics about computers.
so far. i have the 188.8.131.52 drivers and when i go to the flash tab it says Chip, Size, Bios and Date are Unknown and i dont have an option to flash the For SoundStorm : you can add options nvaudio spdif_status to the same file. I bought a 300Gigs Seagate SATA HDD to add as a second hard drive (I already have an 80gigs IDE), installed it, drivers, everything....
Another thing (i don;t know if its relevant), when I installed the drive I made it dynamic, and I REALLY dont want to format because I have a LOT of files shame i couldnt afford a direct x 9 card -----------------------------------------------------The gods you worship are steel; at the altar of rock and roll you kneel----------------------------------------------------- Top tanker27 Gold subscriber Lord High Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Internal Hardware 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear Immediately after the installation is completed, install all the latest drivers for the motherboard from the pre-prepared CD or flashdrive.Then the next job, before doing anything else is to get Windows
How come this is happening!?!?!?. so far so good, no problems at all. AustrAlienGoogle is my friend. I was not sure if i can just rig up my new system and keep all my updates for now or if i have to unistall the old drivers before installing
Windows is starting up......... Back to top #3 jpd9930 jpd9930 Topic Starter Members 216 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:01:40 PM Posted 11 September 2012 - 07:44 AM I have read about the custom BIOS First off it sports nVIDIA's nForce 2 SPP chipset with the MCP-T or D PCI bridge, which I favor over VIA chipsets because stability is more of a VIA thing than There you go bud.
I'd have to look around for that CD. A7N8X Deluxe problems Quote #4 Wed Apr 16, 2003 5:50 pm hosto wrote:Says something about irq problems.... Update : list of ram modules known to show stability issues Kingston ValueRam PC3200 CAS3 -> KVR400X64C3A/512 Stability issues when all 3 memory slots are populated & even 2 slots in Tmod 0 Spinner Birmingham, UK Nov 2005 edited Nov 2005 Natural Building wrote: This may be an old subject, but Asus never added the sil3x12 ver4.2.50 RAID bios for the A7n8x-E
The nVidia Audio Control Panel is very well done. Sep 28, 2003 #5 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! YMMV Nathan_Phoenix 2003-11-03 21:40:22 UTC #7 You say it's most likely the memory, but I'm getting the exact same lockups on two different machines. OK!
If your FSB is set to 166, in the BIOS set the "Memory Frequency" to [Sync]. The board is picky about memory timings. Im failry sure i can get 5.1 on my mother board.
Thanks again, -Bill heltrekoAugust 22nd, 2005, 11:10 AMThanks for the howto. SATA power disconnected but data attached. Everything looked good until I got to the portion on what drive to use and any partitions I wanted to make. An easy workaround is to select "SAVE CHANGES" & then exiting the BIOS instead of choosing "SAVE CHANGES & EXIT".
I think that if you have a dlby digital encoder already you cna get 5.1. I stumbled to this place after 2 weeks of searching for solution of the problem I have. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Is there ANY possibility to get that SATA drive recognized on DOS so I can copy my files to the other HDD??
Ask a question and give support. It works perfectly for me. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! I didnt make mine load on startup, as i do not need to access my raid drives all that often.
I'm on an Asus K8S-MX motherboard, with 2GB DDR 400 RAM, and an Athlon 64 3200, if that helps. duplex=0 sets it to auto, 1 to half-duplex & 2 to full duplex. Also RAM should be seated in banks 1-3 or 2-3 for Dual channel and 1-2 for single channel. Any help will be welcom.
SONY PC 101 DV IN/OUT The problem is present only in one direction. This applies whether the board is running in Dual-Channel or Single-Channel mode. The Nforce driver upgrade did not solve my video/crashing problem. Not even Audigy2.
I tried to back the memory down to 133, to make it parallel to the cpu, but the one time I did that, I got a blue screen stop error and Ever since then, I get random crashes in games. My Mobo is ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe with Sil3112 Controller. Hope it works for you.