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If the computer in question is not online, simply download the drivers and burn them to CD yourself jackdw, Aug 10, 2007 #2 azvirus Thread Starter Joined: May 30, 2007 Aug 15, 2006 How to update/flash a BIOS Oct 31, 2008 How to update my bios? Mishtakes happen. I am able to load and use the firewall while many owners report serious problems when they do so - my feeling is that this is random and I'm lucky here

Apparently the optical 2.5 mm mini-plug connector is used on some MP3 and portable CD players. Well, more like: I am trying to install a floppy by my MOBO can't recognize it. In summary, the hardware worked well right out of the box, software installation went reasonably (I glossed over a second installation of XP, needed because I made an error while setting Generally, you will be using a floppy drive. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-for-a-burned-chaintech-vnf4-mainboard-cd.607922/

Further Adventures of a Newbie in nVidia Land A Continuing Saga... Yesterday while installing updates for XP decided to upgrade to Window 8Pro instead. Apr 29, 2008 #6 Tedster Techspot old timer.....

For storage I chose a Seagate 80gb SATA and a Plextor 712SA SATA (DVD/CD writer/reader) plus a floppy for historical compatability. QUOTE (azazel.) Video cards and CPUs have no real compatibility relation. This eliminated the jpg distortion problem but did not affect the ongoing NIC dropout and frequent disk access problems. The build was done on 3 February 2005 and went very well: the parts snapped together and it started immediately when powered up.

Very fast response time, a good price and one of the best picture quality. This trashed my system, causing a BSOD on subsequent boots. Apr 29, 2008 #7 Toasterfraker TS Rookie Posts: 18 so if you don't have a floppy drive, you're pretty much screwed? http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/print/chaintech-nforce4.html I know my Toshiba laptop doesn't and I'm in trouble with BSODs and frozen screens.

What you are attempting to do is essentially a "brain-swap." BIOS updating SHOULD ONLY BE DONE if there is an issue with your CPU or if a motherboard has difficulty with Make a note of the old file name. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem? So, PCI-Express is the way to go.

This is my first XP machine so perhaps the improved software reliability is part of this impression but the VNF4/XP combination has worked better than I ever anticipated. http://newwikipost.org/topic/CWVNUwOJQj8sstxAQRgkWWyQltLvhWpB/CHAINTECH-VNF4-Ultra-Socket-939-NVIDIA-nForce4-Ultra-ATX-AMD-Motherboard.html As you will read from the website. It does not mean that it is featureless. No Vista 64.ios available, installed old XP SP3 MCE -32bit.

Aug 19, 2007 #4 fyz TS Rookie that's helpfu. On 1 Nov 05 I loaded the 6.70 drivers. HOME Computer Cooling SpeedFan Configuration SPAM Filtering Flashing BIOS My nVidia Driver Adventures nVidia Driver Rant GadgetBuilder's VNF4 Computer Project Not all my projects are related to I have no nVidia video drivers, only ATI's Catalyst.

The NF4 chipset is the devil lol azvirus, Aug 10, 2007 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Always save it in case your flash fails, you can attempt to re-flash using the old BIOS while your computer is still turned on. Notice the feedback link near the bottom of the download page -- the contrast with nVidia is stark! Check your motherboard manufactuer to see if you need one.

Contacted Windows Customer service and they said to upgrade BIOS. QUOTE (azazel.) First of all, no. Motherboards may vary slightly in updating procedures, but not by a whole lot.

I used Karen's Replicator to move all the info from the old computer to the new via the LAN.

Still, hope springs eternal... nVidia doesn't have any way to establish contact and their response to user questions is always: "We make chips, see your mobo manufacturer for questions about drivers" even though the mobo Topic Starter Posts: 6,000 +15 this is NOT a forum. If you have a floppy slot on your mobo, then you can use a floppy.

nVidia released AMD 6.70 drivers on 26 Oct 2005. I have a Gigabyte 6600GT and it is amazing for the money. Feb 23, 2004 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. You may have to do this as a command at the DOS prompt.

Yeah, i knew that, but nonetheless, I want seperate burners incase one of them malfunctions, at least I can still burn dvds or cd-rs (depending on which is broken). But unfortunately, free Linux DVD/CD burning suites exist as well. ยต

Tweet Facebook Google plus Send to INQ Latest Now the NES Classic can referee07 replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:21 AM Just bought new computer and... QUOTE (azazel.) As for your choice of video card, I'd recommend a 6600GT, as opposed to the plain 6600.

Login now. flavallee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:13 AM MS16-120 phyljack1 replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:13 AM use sfc/scannow with 64 bit windows Shortcutter replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:08 AM But I'll look into [email protected] QUOTE (maelstrom) here is a config one of my coworkers had gotten a couple of weeks back and it is excellent...Chaintech VNF4 Ultra ZENITH VE nForce4 flavallee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:24 AM I believe that I have a virus...

The file accesses by NSVCIP in the log were a red herring that erroneously led me to blame the nVidia software. Compressed images of the XP partition and the data partition (about 4gb for both) fit nicely on one DVD. Another alternative choice would be the OCZ's own PC4200 EL Platinum Edition. Per the above description of partitioning, this was mostly the contents of My Documents on the old system.

I poked around and found I could test the quality of a burned disk with CDSpeed; evaluating all the images previously burned showed the burn quality was poor on all. You may also... Back to top Reincarnated Reincarnated feels good man Members Joined: 30 Jun 2004 #7 Posted 18 August 2005 - 08:06 PM Thanks for the suggestions everyone, I will take into consideration Yes- remember that old floppy drive? (A real floppy - not a USB type.) You're gonna need one.

PCI-Express is a factor that will replace AGP, and runs at 16X compared to AGP's 8X. The next step would be to visit the manufacturer's web site and try to find a page that has something to do with downloading, motherboards, support, or anything that will inevitably I read more about driver installation on the net and tried many things -- Driver Cleaner, removing Catalyst, removing Catalyst and nVidia mobo drivers, a pinch of salt tossed over my Once everything is complete, then you can reboot the system without the floppy.

Also ensure you have good, clean power - preferably have your system on an Uninteruptable Power Supply (UPS).