Select the Device Manager, then expand the Computer item. Sign Up Today Do you love tech deals? It’s possible that not all of the nForce4-A’s are exactly the same. Don’t search, I will choose the driver to install. Dec 25, Posts:
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DMI area and clear cmos both checked, so I had main block and dmi block selected in winflash 1. Mar 18, Posts: Limited to stock on hand.
It’s possible that not all of the nForce4-A’s are exactly the same. Although its performance was good, we did have some issues with the board itself. Cutting quality at the sort scs tolerances needed on a modern motherboard is never a good idea, yet it’s ECS’ business model. Dec 25, Posts: Then I used the guide by uddarts read it all which shows these settings that i used: A word to the wise re: Has anybody else had this problem?
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Get insider deals first, exclusive promotions and more delivered to your inbox each week. This doesn’t include marginal boards which give the occasional crash. Oversized orders that require delivery by truck do not qualify. I get that strange rattling sound too and mine’s less than 2 weeks old! Going to High RPM 2. This package was lighter than most in terms aidio accessories: Sat Dec 10, 4: Sun Jan 01, 8: Fri Nov 18, 1: Thu Nov 17, 1: If it doesn’t, you’ll want to reinstall XP to take advantage of the second core.
BTW, I’ve flashed the bios of plenty of boards in the past with no problems, and both of these flashes claimed to be successful, so I can only think that the problem is with the bios itself.
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Jan 13, Posts: May 1, Posts: Sat Dec 17, 8: Page Feedback Click to open Click to open Click to close. Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. As a pointer to anyone else who purchases this deal from Outpost, here’s a quick guide to how to upgrade the BIOS on this board: If that’s not enough to convince nforce4a-939, take a look at the BIOS. Sun Dec 04, I finally ended up buying a different motherboard from Newegg, because I’ve aurio a dead nForce4-A sitting in my closet that is worthless now.
This didn’t help at all in my case. I recently tried to do this upgrade following Hat’s guide to avoid a reinstall which worked perfectly. Then I created a boot disk using the award flash tool.
Did you move the BIOS protect jumper before flashing? I find that it does not keep very accurate time, but that is a very minor issue that can be kept in check with the auto-update in winxp.
Upon reboot, I have to manually unplug the USB2 device, then plug it back in, otherwise XP seems to ‘forget it was there.