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Win2k on AMD 990FX

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I'm googling but can't find ASMedia SATA driver for Win2k. Any ideas?

Also, how do you get Windows 2000 to remember your network share passwords?

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I'm googling but can't find ASMedia SATA driver for Win2k. Any ideas?

There's no driver for 2K and the one for XP refuses to work :( (at least on my system)

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I'm googling but can't find ASMedia SATA driver for Win2k. Any ideas?

There's no driver for 2K and the one for XP refuses to work :( (at least on my system)

I tried the XP driver too, it didn't work.

But on a brighter note, win2k fetches network shares faster and more reliably than Win7. The only problem is that it doesn't remember network share passwords and prompts you every time.

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The only problem is that it doesn't remember network share passwords and prompts you every time.

Maybe this?

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The only problem is that it doesn't remember network share passwords and prompts you every time.

Maybe this?

Yeah that works, I use it here for example, but it's only useful if you know for sure that the share is available. If a machine on your network is off line or suspended then what?

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Update: USB 3.0 works with ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver v1.16.1.0 for Windows 2000

This is the best mobo for Win2k that I’ve found so far. It’s the latest high performance AM3+ from Asus and it’s a straightforward install requiring only the AHCI driver slipstreamed. It runs Bulldozer FX CPUs, the new 8-core Vishera, and Steamroller yet to be released. The only problem I see is that at present FX and later CPUs would run unthrottled, because neither Win2K’s “cool and quiet” nor K10stat works with FX architecture. We’ll have to wait till someone writes a utility.

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Any hints on how you got Cinebench 11.5 to run in 2000? I tried it with SP5.1, update rollup2, and UUrollup installed but it does not start (gives message "... has generated errors and will be closed by Windows").

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Any hints on how you got Cinebench 11.5 to run in 2000? I tried it with SP5.1, update rollup2, and UUrollup installed but it does not start (gives message "... has generated errors and will be closed by Windows").

Strange... It just works here. No errors at all.

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Any hints on how you got Cinebench 11.5 to run in 2000? I tried it with SP5.1, update rollup2, and UUrollup installed but it does not start (gives message "... has generated errors and will be closed by Windows").

Strange... It just works here. No errors at all.

Oh, maybe it needs SSE2

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Oh, maybe it needs SSE2

What kind of machine are you trying to run the program on? :o

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I wanted to run it on my old Athlon XP 2800+. I like to benchmark things ;)

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I wanted to run it on my old Athlon XP 2800+. I like to benchmark things ;)

I see :P

It works fine on my Athlon II X4 631.

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Any hints on how you got Cinebench 11.5 to run in 2000? I tried it with SP5.1, update rollup2, and UUrollup installed but it does not start (gives message "... has generated errors and will be closed by Windows").

I get error msg but I dismiss it and Cinebench runs OK after that. (Entry point GetProcessImageFileNameW in PSAPI.DLL)

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Thank you TomasZ

ASmedia 106x SATA 1.3.8.0 Controller Sata6G for Windows 2000

ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver v1.16.1.0 for Windows 2000

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UHS-I flash drive on ASMedia USB 3.0 controller. Funny thing, it runs at 83 MB/sec then sometimes at 43 MB/sec, no pattern, you unplug it, then plug it back in and it changes speed.

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