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What I did to fix it was to use a restore point...then I backed up the system state in case this happens again! Now that i think about it i think its my video card, cause it was overclocked and all this didnt happened until the end of the day (it was running about All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Dear Winamp fans, As you might have heard, Winamp recently changed ownership. i do have the oen from windows update Nathan_Phoenix 2003-11-04 01:03:23 UTC #8 Update: If I disable AGP fast writes, I crash within 20 seconds of launching any direct3d app, rather

Okay, big mistake there. Reinstalled the AGP drivers from the Intel Chipset Installation Utility. 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 have any of the problems you're having and I'm using the onboard sound.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. 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 Both computers are now using onboard sound and have no pci sound cards in them. Failure to do so will result in the inability to support USB 2.0.

Good luck maxwedge View Public Profile Find all posts by maxwedge Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable User Name Remember Me? If anyone has any ideas/suggestions i'd really like to hear them. :Psykotech: Atmo View Public Profile Visit Atmo's homepage! Quote: - Can this problem be fixed by a Intel Chipset Driver Update or a Windows XP update?

Sorry to hear about your problems, not least because I've just built a system around the A7N8X Deluxe. Don't start tweaking XP or play with XP's services until you have a stable system with all updated drivers installed. The problem isnt caused by overclocking, even when underclocking to a 100mhz fsb it happens, even with the vid card, ram etc running at slower then spec speed it happens. Do I need to disable the chipset?2- If so, how do I go about doing this?I'm somewhat more computer savvy than your regular Joe, but don't want to get in over

What I did now was setting the Memory Usage to Cache and reboot. For more information about how to resolve device conflicts, see the Help information about how to use Device Manager.This error message can also appear if the BIOS did not allocate sufficient dan015, Aug 9, 2002 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. The A7V8X uses the VIA KT400 chipset, and only supports one channel of DDR memory.

And two other questions: - Does this only happen with a geforce 4 ti 4200? - Can this problem be fixed by a Intel Chipset Driver Update or a Windows XP If anyone has heard of this, experienced it, or knows of any kind of a workaround, I would be extremely grateful. About BIOS, thats perfect cause it still ran Unreal but certain times itd screw up, not always and its definately set at AGP. Everything was back to 1280x1024 and the exclamation point was gone.

It's been suggested that I need to disable this chipset via the BIOS. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? NVIDIA GeForce 9400GT & Windows 7 crashes I want to upgrade my nvidia geforce 9400GT 1gb to 2010 version Nvidia geforce 9400gt driver for mac os free NVIDIA GeForce 9400GT Nvidia All specs are basically identical otherwise, except where my pc has slightly more performance oriented (and more expensive) parts.

Thing is to make sure you have the most up to date & or one that works the best with your setup.... Now i reformated and the only thing i changed now is "SecondLevelDataCache" to 512 because i got a p4 with 512 kb L2 Backside Cache. Any idea as to what's up with that would also be appreciated. The wife's comp has a lesser audiochip - realtek or something, but we have no problems with it.

I changed the setting back to "Programs", rebooted and viola! Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! Once that is working, put the rest in.

USB problem sounds like it must be conflicting possibly with your graphics card IRQ. "Welcome to the Island of people who know too much."..."Did you really think balloons would stop him?!"

I have to go into the Nvidia control panel to reset the color to 32 bits, since they end up at 8 bits after the "gymnastics". Can someone please put a virtual leash (or choke chain) on this OS? Multiple restarts may be required; please comply with all instructions to reboot. GamernineApr 24, 2010, 2:47 AM Sorry...Neglected to mention this has been going on since day 1.....I have also tried turning Vista Aero off, setting appearance to Vista Basic and Windows Traditional....all

Switching memory usage from cache to programs is not the fix...changing cache to programs alowed my video card to start again....but I had been running my system for many months with It most likely says "ACPI Uniprocessor" or something with ACPI. Neither installation had a positive effect so I rolled back the AGP controller driver to the original windows version. Here's a list of what I've done so far with no success: Exhaustively weeded through Microsoft's Knowledge Base, Tweaktown's forum, and the Guru 3D Forum.

What I've Done to Resolve the Problem I know that my video card works, it purred when I was running Windows 98SE. But just look for the above phrase and you'll find it. o and my geforce 2 would get super hot, it would really screw up my screen and freeze like crazy. I tweaked the bios too, and I also am using the 1008twk bios for the CUSL2, that allows o/cing past the 140 fsb allowing agpx4 to be retained.

When you look @ the Intel Site about this ( here ) you will see, that we don't need the Chipset Installer in the most cases! I had been running the 29.42 drivers for the past several months until last night when I went to do some tweaks.