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I did it too on a Pentium 4 using an Intel D850GB motherboard but with some problems like the applications only work enabling rossetta, even the Universal binaries and some others Eventually not something I used, but for those who want to know, you can disable it from the commandline by entering ‘sudo diskutil disableJournal /dev/disk0s1' ... Why? Found some Debian specific notes. http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-need-help.html

upon boot... The install went fine but there is an irritating little quirk at boot. Just so you know I am running usb (enhanced in the bios) with usb wireless keyboard and mouse, no problem there. harddrive: Maxtor 6B080P0, 80GB 8MB cache ATA/133 The motherboard supports SATA, but I foresaw some jiggling with the harddrive, for imaging and such, so for these purposes I thought IDE was have a peek here

All told, I figured I've tried 30-40 different configurations and I'm still using 1024x768 and the vesa driver. P1.60, 27/01/2005 SMBIOS Version 2.3 NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 though i know the manufacturer of the system, it seems more tricky to get the right driver. I can't get the "ati" or "radeon" drivers to do shit.

  • Yes I found a few issues but nothing drastic.
  • I am also running a AGP G-Force 128MB video card.
  • on September 11, 2003 01:43 AM Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
  • Before I opened the box, I visited the XFree86 web site and checked the Driver Status to make sure that the ATI Radeon was on the list.
  • on September 9, 2003 05:13 PM # Chris said: Putting together a Windows box might get old...but so does waiting for a program to finish rendering on the slower Mac processor.
  • The reason age and timepowered can be factored together is while powered, the battery drain is removed by the circuitry "running".
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  • I probably could use more RAM since I only have 1G, maybe the reason Win 7 64bit wouldn't load.
  • The onlyreal issue is with the built-in video which is too old to have XDM or Aero compatible drivers.

Way to waste your time and mine. on September 8, 2003 02:00 PM # pat said: Jeremy, I had to laugh in sympathy. I returned home at 2pm (Lawrence Expressway was all carved up for repaving). I changed partition-type to ‘af' and wrote the partitiontable.

Anyway, Win7 couldn't find a driver and the PNY site is apparently no longer offering any support for it because it's too old. so good luck for all who are trying this adventure… diogo @ 19 November 2005, 04:30 : I would like to know how to install a firewire 1814 (M-Audio firewire card.I After the loading files progress bar completes and the "Starting Windows" screen has appeared. (just before the little colored comets appear). (It behaves the same with an IDE drive as well) this page It's not what you know, it's who you know ( especially the members of the Software Tips&Tricks Forum ) bookworm View Public Profile Send a private message to bookworm Find all

Screen Remembering Barnes Sphinx and Gearman: A Distributed Computing AH-HA! Anyway, motherboard upgrades in turn required case upgrades; usually because of a form-factor change, or because the old power supply didn't have enough juice, or... Why not a true Pentium 4? DP83815/816 10/100 Macphyter PCI Adapter.

Go back to HP and install the Broadcom WLan for XP,Conexant is manufacturer, Broadcom is the model SET A SYSTEM RESTORE POINT BEFORE INSTALLING JUST IN CASE Hope this helps __________________ http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/windows-xp/27360-missing-drivers-video-controller-vga-compatible-7.html Hardware's gotten to the point where it's so complex (how many different types of RAM are there now??) I just don't want to have to keep track of what's compatible with So I hooked it up and well yeah no luck, borrowed a p3 from a friend, and little luck. Our last puter we had someone else custom build, and we use laptops for our 'everyday' computing....

At this point I really wonder how much time and money I'd have saved by just calling Dell. More about the author Now guess what you spend the entire day troubleshooting the issue and then you narrow it down. 2. If you can't be arsed to Google around to mix and match your hardware, fair enough, but it's always a good idea to ask the people you're buying from if it's Conexant systems Inc, conexant AMC20493 and Broadcom BCM94306mp....

If the motherboard is over 3 or 4 years old, and isn't powered on nearly continuously, I'd be tempted to just replace it to see if it helps. Proposed as answer by MachoChickenSalad Thursday, March 27, 2014 12:33 AM Thursday, September 12, 2013 9:54 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote hi Thursday, March 27, 2014 12:34 Not only was the case a pain in the ass to work inside (the P4 board was just long enough to get in the way of cabling the drives), the power check my blog But in slot 1 & 2 boots right up.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? marc @ 19 August 2006, 11:15 : i cant find a source to downloadMaxxuss-SSE2-and-AntiTPM-Patches-v0.5c.rar Charlie @ 23 February 2007, 18:16 : Good job man! I am running 32bit Win7 Home Premium.

Such a waist.

Jackson said: And that is why I love my Mac. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. i have been wanting to do this 4 ever but never found a good enough guide. The install finished and I got everything set the way I wanted, so I set about making the video work right.

Screw...that..... on September 8, 2003 01:37 PM # [email protected] said: I can really sympathize with you about your dislike for the hardware industry. Hard disks: I've Googled that and found several posts that say up to 1TB is recognized without partitioning. news but would you say it's not worth the trouble, given that i already have a 1.42GHz mac mini?

Actually I had to when I set the memory speed to 333 instead of 400. after installing it, reboot the machine. I arrived home at roughly 5pm to finish the job. I have a better/faster computer, but I use the D865PERL as a "test machine".

RL86510A.86A.0075.P15.0404021333 04/02/2004 Last edited by seango : 02-14-2007 at 11:31 PM. Ben @ 12 August 2006, 07:11 : I'm running the Myz patched 10.4.6 DVD. I was able to lend all of it and use it/play with it for about a week, just for this, so that was great. Right now i have a dvd drive which is ide and a 320hd which is sataII, and i'm getting sometimes the error thatthe Intel Inside Pentium4 screen freezes for a long

There IS a difference in rendering speed...especially in Lightwave (a packge I use regularly). I don't have time for the inevitable bullshit that comes with realizing that something just isn't working right--both in the hardware itself and the associated software and drivers. Mark Forums Read | View Forum Leaders Website Homepage - Site Map - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.5.2Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I've never (and I mean never) had a motherboard work on the first try.

uh wierd Monday, September 19, 2011 3:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Dear Keith Balomben: Hello! Suddenly, my AWOL scanner doesn't look so bad. However I did have a new observation. Obviously Windows should not be halting while it is booting, regardless of the hardware.

After changing out the hard drive with a freshly formatted WD SATA 320 GB. I don't think so… Well, to be honest, I didn't have anything laying around and so I eventually just build the system on top of the motherboard-box… display: Although I installed/configured It booted up and ID'd the CPU fine, but wouldn't save CMOS settings and that problem persisted even after I'd done a battery pull, CMOS jumper reset, left the board sit DIY trackback tuaw.com mac4ever.com (although they thought I installed OSx86 on my workstation… well… not yet!) permalink nijne @ 7 November 2005, 22:37 : do you have ANY idea how awesome

I've grown to rely on newegg.com for computer parts, etc. Is FreeBSD destroying my disks? I suppose that has to do with fully discharging the components on the board.