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I read in some tweak guide somewhere that if you have 512 MB of RAM or more that selecting "System Cache" will result in a performance boost. ASUS routinely ship with shitty batteries, and it will cause problems with reboots. And i autodetected the problems in xp and it said the cpu and card were conflicting. My pc has a faster hard drive as well.

Both nVidia and ATI have issues with Windows XP like that because I've had to upgrade both the nVidia Gefore4 420 Go drivers in my laptop, and the ATI Radeon drivers Tweaking XP is a crock of crap. Nor do I recall what combination of the following I've tried. Get the answer Best answer RazberyBanditApr 24, 2010, 4:24 AM There is an obvious potential for conflict with the on-board graphics if it's still enabled.

Failure to do so will result in the inability to support USB 2.0. The wife's comp has a lesser audiochip - realtek or something, but we have no problems with it. The card works really well, but I have a "problem". I let it detect all the defaults when I installed.

Like you, I've got the latest chipset drivers, including GART drivers, installed but I can't reload my video card drivers. The first a digitally signed version I installed by directing Windows to ...\ICH\Win2000\i815e.inf. Don't start tweaking XP or play with XP's services until you have a stable system with all updated drivers installed. What I was doing when the code 10 came up was installing several small programs (including new audigy XP drivers) and rebooting.

I upgraded from a Geforce 4 MX420 to TI 4200 when this problem occured. The 3D minimum and maximum distance and the roll off factor were not being taken into account for air absorption. An exclamation point appears by the Nvidia GeForce Ti4200 entry under the Display Adapter listing in device manager. I have been advised that the card may be in conflict with the onboard video chipset that is the stock video controller from the factory.

If you really mean the A7V8X and not the A7N8X, then you do NOT have dual channel memory support. I'll write down everything important i'm doing from now on and rebooting after important things, to see if this is the problem. I use a G-force 3. I ran into this problem when I initially bought my Ti4200 (Visiontek), but somehow after several hundred reboots it started to work just fine.

Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Via's chipset solutions almost always need a BIOS update to get to their optimum performance. Once that is working, put the rest in. Verbal (#4) Daffy Registered User Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 07-30-2002, 15:53 | posts: 5 For crying out loud, I'm suffering from this same exact problem.

Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled Microsoft Hardware Dev Center Technologies Windows Apps Internet of Things Mixed Reality Microsoft Edge Hardware Daffy View Public Profile Find all posts by Daffy (#14) NunyaBiz Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 07-31-2002, 12:52 | posts: n/a Yes there is a GART driver with Thanks soopersonic [edit] : Something else I found out: Could the Chipset Software Installer be the problem? I've installed the drivers using two methods.

Release Notes WHQL certified kit for nForce, nForce2, and nForce3 First release of NVIDIA IDE driver for Windows XP and Windows 2000 General compatibility fixes Audio Improvements: Realtek ALC655 codec support Via's audio solution is less than robust. But I didn`t follow BLKVipers supposedly BEST XP tweaks. Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you!

I had some nasty crucial stuff in mine and it gave me the same sort of problems - rather than adjust the cas etc until it behaved I went and bought Within 10 seconds of that happening, the system hard locks, because the last sound it was playing starts looping. Via's audio solution is less than robust. 4.

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Tabvla replied Mar 18, 2017 at 8:15 AM The Trump Term of Office Tabvla replied Mar 18, 2017 at 8:12 AM Nothing seems to be working Tabvla replied Mar 18, 2017 I don't quite under stand the registry yet so I use 3rd party programs to change it. The thing is that the thing was running perfectly before the usb2 card went in. :Psykotech: Atmo View Public Profile Visit Atmo's homepage! Lesson?

There are no BIOS updates available. Read the tenth post down...he explanes this setting really well. For example, this message will be displayed if the BIOS does not allocate an interrupt to a USB controller because of an invalid multiprocessor specification (MPS) table.For more information about how Sam_Jones 2003-11-03 14:51:24 UTC #5 Lokust: Okay, big mistake there.

You'll only make diagnosing the problem more cumbersome. Loading... Similar Threads - Geforce conflicts GeForce GTX 670M Isn't being recognized. So for those that can't decide for themselves, I'd recommend installing the utility by simply executing setup.exe.

Now this thread: "WOW that's right, i changed the damn systemcache thing the night before, and next morning (didn't reboot that night, only shutdown) BAD AWAKENING. eleet-2k2 View Public Profile Find More Posts by eleet-2k2 Winamp & SHOUTcast Forums > Community Center > General Discussions XP/USB 2.0/Geforce conflict?? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. It's been suggested that I need to disable this chipset via the BIOS.

What is ECN? Find More Posts by liquidmotion 1st September 2002, 18:51 #3 Atmo The Freak (Forum King) Join Date: Feb 2002 Location: Australia Posts: 9,400 Just checked it. i ordered a new case too!!!!!! Also the Mobo came with GART drivers for the chipset (Intel 850E) NunyaBiz (#8) Magnus Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 07-30-2002, 20:27 | posts: n/a Hey