gheron

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  1. You can uninstall the nvidia stuff by add/remove programs and selecting network manager, that also uninstalls the firewall. The access denied message comes up because you might not be logged in as administrator, make sure your user account has administrator priveleges.
  2. I also have this mobo One of the ports is nvidia drivers and the other is marvell yukon, all the drivers for the mobo are on the disk that came with it. When installing the nvidia lan, make sure when the pop up box comes up that you say no to the nvidia firewall and network manager, it screws everything up from past experience. If you installed all drivers that came on mobo disk then you should not have any unknown devices unless you added in PCI cards for other devices, bluetooth etc Hope this helps Graeme
  3. Hi Can anybody help me with trying to find the title of a spagetti western movie for a quiz? It is a Clint Eastwood one, and he is standing in a crowd of people watching a game where 2 guys are throwing dynamite around and trying to get rid of it before it blows up in there hand. The camera switches between a view of eastwood and a mexican looking guy. And then the dynamite blows up and the other guy wins a $100 dollar, and the guy who lost says,"Can't beat you at no game". if anybody can help it would b good!!
  4. Sorry, should have waited a bit longer to start moaning!! Ok cheers, but it is happening every time I restart my machine so al just leave it on 24 hours from now on, if my new heatsink can handle that! I might have a play about with Microsoft Wireless media desktop bundle I have, as it is not recognised to be used to navigate bios, have to wait till XP loads to get a response. IU have USB legacy enaled Doing my head in!
  5. Cheers I might give that a go and see what is causing it, bet its something to do with nforce4, seem to have nothing but problems with that. Can you give me a guide on adding that switch in, havent tried anything like that before?
  6. Hi Guys, I apologise in advance for what might be a long winded post! I recently built my own rig Athlon 64 3500+ Asus A8n-Sli Deluxe 1Gb Corsair Asus 6600 256Mb 200Gb SATA 20Gb IDE Anyways, everything was going well with my machine, and then I oticed a noise from the chipset fan, which Asus has confirmed is defective on there A8n board, they offred to send me there updated heatsink/fan but I decided to go for the Zalman Northbridge heatsink everybody was suggesting. Successfully installed it last night. Before I got my heatsink, while still using the old one, I noticed that my version of XP on my IDE when booting was hanging with a very faint screen on the winXP logo, then suddenly after 20 seconds it would brighten up and the progress bar would move and boot normally, I just put it down to the chipset overheating with the fan being faulty. It wasnt happening for my SATA install of XP (have a MCE 2005 and SP2 version). After installing the new Zalman I thought it would be fixed, but now it is happening for both drives. SATA and IDE. I had thought it could be to do with Micorsoft Media Deskop, wireless keyboard and mouse that I have, it does not seem to work in the bios screen, I cant actually use it untill XP loads. Have tried enabling USB legacy support. Has anybody got any ideas? If you can be bothered to read this post!! Cheers Graeme Title Edited - Please follow new posting rules from now on. --Zxian
  7. Ok, nobody seems to have any ideas, Think al just start from scratch again. Have to try and locate my slipstream, if I can drag myself away from 360.
  8. Hi Guys, I apologise in advance for what might be a long winded post! I recently built my own rig Athlon 64 3500+ Asus A8n-Sli Deluxe 1Gb Corsair Asus 6600 256Mb 200Gb SATA 20Gb IDE Anyways, everything was going well with my machine, and then I oticed a noise from the chipset fan, which Asus has confirmed is defective on there A8n board, they offred to send me there updated heatsink/fan but I decided to go for the Zalman Northbridge heatsink everybody was suggesting. Successfully installed it last night. Before I got my heatsink, while still using the old one, I noticed that my version of XP on my IDE when booting was hanging with a very faint screen on the winXP logo, then suddenly after 20 seconds it would brighten up and the progress bar would move and boot normally, I just put it down to the chipset overheating with the fan being faulty. It wasnt happening for my SATA install of XP (have a MCE 2005 and SP2 version). After installing the new Zalman I thought it would be fixed, but now it is happening for both drives. SATA and IDE. I had thought it could be to do with Micorsoft Media Deskop, wireless keyboard and mouse that I have, it does not seem to work in the bios screen, I cant actually use it untill XP loads. Have tried enabling USB legacy support. Has anybody got any ideas? If you can be bothered to read this post!! Cheers Graeme
  9. mp3 Zen or Ipod
  10. Ducati 999r semi-skimmed or full fat
  11. DeviantArt
  12. School Cheese : Triangles or Slices
  13. Hi I have recently set up a pc, and bought a wireless keyboard and mouse from cherry: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo...ProductID=15982 When i first started my computer it picked up the wireless mouse and keyboard in bios, then I installed WindowsXp, and installed Cherrys software It picks up the mouse fine, but not the keyboard presses, although it does recognize a keyboard is connected. They are connected via PS2, somebody told me that there might not be enough power to run both wireless devices from PS2, could this be the fault? Anyways, I then tried the generic microsoft drivers and that didint work either, so my last resort was to change the frequencies of the devices incase of interference, but surprise surprise that failed aswell. any ideas are greatly needed Cheers Graeme
  14. Hi Maybe this will help you Go To MyComputer-->Tools--->FolderOptions and under the file types tab, associate the program you want to open certain file types. You dont have to go through them all, just your most used. Heron
  15. Test Disk Usage Tubui, go to this website and on around page 8 it gives you a walkthrough on using testdisk. It is a great utility!