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XP SP3 And 175.16 Wierdness

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Firon 3 Advanced Member Established Members 3 28,757 posts Posted November 24, 2008 · Report post Are they in the since this is not in drivers folder. A bit of trouble with new video card.......uh-oh. Something is very wrong with this service pack.

Just updated to CCCP-2008-09-21.Running Windows XP SP3Nvidia 8800GT 175.16 driverWindows Error Report: The fact that you know what motherboard is in the system makes it sound like the 0xA5 problem too. # Balunen said on 09 May, 2008 01:48 PM Thanks for the

Now in normal again. I tried every option including safe mode and last known best profile available, but to no avail. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. On HPs images, the driver is not installed, even though the driver is listed in the registry and supposed to load.

Today I awoke to find it throttled by the scheduler but all torrents now downloading, and I do mean -all-. Video Card Settings + System Specs Warning owerclocking is failed Sorry to bug you guys on this. Then explain this one. You would need to rename it to something with a .vbs extension first to use it.

Try ensuring that you have Dr.Watson (bug thing - might help, WinXP)... Media Center is not relevant as far as I can tell though. Taking off. Craig Barth, Devil Mountain's chief technology officer, wrote in his company's blog, "Since SP3 was supposed to be mostly a bug-fix/patch consolidation release — unlike w/Vista SP1, Microsoft made no promises

You can see that the limit of active torrents is clearly 8, yet dozens are active and downloading.A screenshot: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Switeck It ignores my active torrent limit setting (currently 8). Rclick the video in MPC -> list everying shown under 'Filters'1. I've had to spend many hours driving across town (west side of detroit to east side) and will have to make a return trip with the pc.

It only happens when I add a new torrent. Read here: www.runpcrun.com/0x0000007E The solutions there for XP SP2 may also help WinXP SP3 users out there. # darkuncle said on 09 May, 2008 11:51 AM I'm still trying to figure It will begin ignoring the queue and also the limited number of active torrents allowable, and it marks all torrents with the blue-download arrow and all of their status turns to