Move highlight bar to “Settings” and select “Control Panel”. There is improved IDE chipset code coming down the pipe. Aug 24, Posts: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Thanks for any help -Mike. The Mother Board Motherboards. Select “Device Manager” page.
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Just use Win and this board runs fine and lzn. Problem with onboard lan. The only pain for me was recompiling the drivers everytime I rebuilt the kernel: Click on the DOS screen on the right to check out the poop. Thanks for the help guys. Visit the following links: No beeps or anything.
So this little home system should really rock. Find More Posts by itsjustme. If you want 3D you must use an nVidia card with their own driver.
One thing to note is that there is no agpgart driver for v.
I wouldn’t stake my reputation on this being trueNvidia have good drivers for several Unixish operating systems, so I’d imagine Linux would be one of them. VXD device loader s for this device could not load the device driver. Hopefully that will fix it.
Slackware, Ubuntu, Smoothwall Posts: New to linux and kan some difficulties. Anyone more qualified than me at linux shouldn’t have a problem. Linux – Distributions This forum is for Distribution specific questions.
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Tue Jan 07, 2: Morel of the story? I have built and shipped well over of these boards and have not had 1 single board returned. This is how I proceeded: Sun Jan 05, 8: I have been programming on computers since the ZX Lol, I think I’ll be over in the newbie forum for a while The time now is Or, have you searched on www.
Asus may 7an266 fixing this in future shipments hopefully See the scanned page on the right colume for the correct jumper settings. Find More Posts by michaelgamrat. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
The Mother Board • View topic – Asus A7NVM Win98 driver problems.
From loose talk I’ve seen floating around ie. This board uses Shared Video Memory.
Okay no big deal, right? I rebooted the machine and went to device manager where the Realtek network controller showed a red cross against it disabled. I always find one little thing that is not correct.