Back up in 82, GiGaBiTe warned that the driver would be an issue. There may be some wild drivers out there somewhere, but that search is going to have to wait a while. On the 18th it starts all over again with the right eye. Which is good, unless you’re trying to sell something and having your time wasted by fraudulent would-be purchasers. Posted 15 September – Have you tested the HDD with a diagnostic utility? BTW, dumping all of the files to the HD does not fix the issue, as some have suggested.
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I tried both installs with same results. There is definitely a noticeable increase in performance. If so all is good. The memory’s not scheduled to be here until the 23rd.
ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe SATA issue
Thanks for your interest and reply. Once in a while a XP or Vista driver might work with W7. I did a real good job on it changing the toner cartridge – lots of plastic went flying around.
I was having a problem getting Microsoft Security Essentials to install properly. I have tried base drivers for windows 7, raid drivers for. Only way to restart the PC is to turn the PS off on the back or remove the power plug That’s the first time I let an OS beat asua down, but I had to take a step back and realize that the games aren’t going run much better with W7 anyway.
I used ‘Clonezilla’ on a bootable CD and the process took about 20 minutes or so. I’m pretty much done with the A7 mods and such.
I note how the originals are inserted and copy them. I would like to be wrong about that.
But, on the other hand, it’s never stopped me before. Out of the blue this afternoon, and while the A7 was doing its update thing, MSE installed itself, so go figure. The new printer works fine on the old gamer.
I misread the shipper for the 3 PC 1 GB sticks and they won’t be here until thru I ran Doom on the DOS partition and it was all very nice and smooth. This conversation is currently closed to new comments.
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Down but not out. I also ran the H. So, at this point I’m searching for that particular file.