Any suggestions? This is where as mentioned you can watch the power on test screen for the PNP card listing. Personally, I've never had any issues with Via chipsets and have built numerous AMD based systems. If I remove the card from the PCI slot, it will be found when the computer is turned back on. http://advalens.com/asus-driver/asus-destek.html
If so you can. Some cards/chips do not get along. I can't try the MX300 in another system as I do not have another Win98 system built. Arm your pitchforks.. https://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?board_id=1&model=P3V4X&id=20100623164702984&page=1&SLanguage=en-us
The last XFX we tried had a burn in of 160hrs with no issues before installing it on the Striker, it lasted 58.2hrs before the Striker shorted out destroying the XFX My next build is actually going to be a WinXP box based on the Athlon XP series! I have a MX300 myself and it is trouble on this board if in the wrong slot. is non-flashable, x8xx...
EDIT: I'll add more detailed info and my very personal recommendation for your system. If you suspect the mainboard running out of free IRQs, try to disable devices like unused serial/parallel ports, thus releasing their IRQs. 5u3 Oldbie Posts: 1567Joined: 2005-9-06 @ 12:23Location: Vienna, Yeah, this is a RTFM scenario!EDIT: I'll add more detailed info and my very personal recommendation for your system.INT-A: AGP slot (GF3) and PCI slot #1 (empty)INT-B: PCI slot #2 (NIC)INT-C: useful source To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
You may need to increase your processor FSB in BIOS or lower frequency for the memory. I suppose I could put one together and try it, but would rather try other options. NICs, IDE cards and other sound cards are also problematic like this. Hudson187 Member Posts: 153Joined: 2012-1-30 @ 02:57Location: Connecticut, USA Website Top Reply with quote Re: Asus P3V4X and MX300 issue by shspvr » 2012-4-03 @ 13:16 Here try this http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000208.htm
http://www.hudson187.com Hudson187 Member Posts: 153Joined: 2012-1-30 @ 02:57Location: Connecticut, USA Website Top Reply with quote Re: Asus P3V4X and MX300 issue by Hudson187 » 2012-4-03 @ 15:00 I'm actually wondering Use them on PCI slots that share IRQ with other slots or devices. I should also not that there is nothing under Device Manger for the Aureal hardware after a reboot, however the drivers are installed and the Aureal program says "No Audio Driver Welcome to OCF!
going to try another MX300. http://advalens.com/asus-driver/asus-driver-usb-2-0.html vogons.org will not be held responsible for users' posts. Flashable ones are beginning with 28, 38, 48 or 29, 39, 49 etc. Use them on PCI slots that share IRQ with other slots or devices.
I think I'm going to try and disable USB, then if that doesn't work try to remove the NIC and V2's to see if that helps. I want to verify one P4V 4X motherboard here. Last edited by swaaye on 2012-4-03 @ 17:26, edited 1 time in total. http://advalens.com/asus-driver/asus-m6000.html Last edited by alex_ezakiel; 11-10-03 at 05:41 PM.
I think I may have tried the V2's in 3 & 4 with the NIC on 6. This site hosts no abandonware. Thank You...
Arm your pitchforks.. This keyboard used to work upon a warm boot and some have sugguested allowing it to continue past the BIOS post error regarding the keyboard however it's never initialized. http://www.hudson187.com Hudson187 Member Posts: 153Joined: 2012-1-30 @ 02:57Location: Connecticut, USA Website Top Reply with quote Re: Asus P3V4X and MX300 issue by Hudson187 » 2012-4-04 @ 01:48 Took the NIC Edit Reply Quote & Reply Nick Member Posts : 10 Level : Tech Points : 0 From: Spain Posted:11/17/2008 7:58:00 PM # 4 Now I got it.It do not work because
More details about your system will help in checking on what we can do to help. Can you inform me about the identity of your flash chip please? Join member
Edit Reply Quote & Reply Nick Member Posts : 10 Level : Tech Points : 0 From: Spain Posted:11/18/2008 6:52:00 AM # 5 Hi,I tried it and,it works much better but Last edited by batracio on 2012-4-03 @ 17:01, edited 1 time in total. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. As of May 1, an ISP/EDU email is NO longer required to access the Classifieds.
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