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I dont think you will have any probs with returning your board if its still under warranty Reply With Quote 08-28-04,04:36 AM #7 woozy83 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join I am running F7, newest from gigabyte, but the controller is very old. When turning 32 bit on, it goes wanky (but at least it runs). I tried changing firewire cords, but no luck. this contact form

Help me help him If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I am thinking something might be wrong with the onboard chip. Make sure though, you use the RAID drivers (the latest being v1.0.0.51) instead of the non-RAID ones when running your controller in RAID mode. 7VAXPU4250.zip 193.1K 0 GR8_ONE Jan 2005 edited Jay Jun 01, 2003, 06:51am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>[No Subject]Eye Scum - I had the same problem with my see here

I have a chieftek case with four fans and a nice SLK 700 copper heatsink with a tornado delta 80mm on it. Also for 133 MHz I get 136MHz with no questions asked . I understand that Gigabyte is playing with us, they removed one switch from SW1 in 1.2 rev - this is supportable, because you just solder it back. Manufactured in a blue PCB, it's hard not to admire the beauty of the board with its golden heatsink and colour-coded connectors.

Gigabyte boards are almost always laden with some of the best features and it's no surprise that their next flagship DDR400 board for the Socket-A platform would come with the same Now i'm able to run WinXP Together with the nvidia 40.71 drivers (but only in 16 bit. usch as Abit, Asus, or MSI. Also the booting sequence got halted and Windows 2000 never started.

I have allready talked to the gigabyte help line. All rights reserved. Cheers 0 GR8_ONE Jan 2005 edited Jan 2005 Spinner, I was able to flash your bios, and the Sata controller does reflect the new version. http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles/view.php?id=549 starts.I read somewhere in this forum, that other guys are having Problems with the 7vaxp togehter with Nvidia-cards.

please helpoh yes im running windows 98se not xp thanks les DJ DJ Jul 05, 2003, 09:48pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List I don't actually think for one minute it is your hard drive causing you these problems, but it is a possibility worth entertaining just out of the principal of being thorough. Just for everyone's enjoyment - I sent my GA7VAXP by to my supplier (Scan Computers) for testing, they found errors with the AGP Controller, IDE Controller, Northbridge, Promise RAID and the In the meantime i'm just gonna hang out with the standard Microsoftdriver and ploay solitaire (only games like that will run)MusenHere's the name of the thread "gigabyte 7Vaxp windows install stop

The time now is 12:20 PM. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Scan have now pulled this board from the portfolio. I tried uninstalling it in Device Manager, restarting the computer, then it will detect it again and reinstall it, but still it doesn't recognize any connections.

A Short-Media community © 2003–2017. Lensman Jun 05, 2003, 07:52pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Anyone got a Gigabyte GA-7VAXP?Sounds alot like memory problems. buy another board from a reliable company. Join us to comment and to customize your site experience!

THANKS AGAIN 0 Spinner Birmingham, UK Jan 2005 edited Jan 2005 GR8_ONE wrote: Spinner, Thank you very much; words can adequately express my appreciation for your help. Just make sure the MB is faulty before calling cuz you sure would feel like an ass if it's your friend's burnt out CDROM at fault. They have their share of problems, when they first come out, but the bios updates get hammered out and the final result is a good board.Pisses me off, too. Help me help him A mate of mine tried to set up a pelter system with his water cooling.

One other additional note, the boot hang only occurs on the first boot up, I can reset 25 times and it is fine, aside from the paging errors. I have GA-7VAXP 27 GB. What I have done is this: I've removed the PATA RAID controller BIOS (you have 4 standard IDE ports on that mobo) to free up some space in your mobo BIOS

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As of May 1, an ISP/EDU email is NO longer required to access the Classifieds. This is the first time I havn't been able to fix a PC or diagnose a prob (as far as I can remember anyway). Yup! In addition, gamers with the latest RADEON 9700 PRO and GeForce4 Ti 4200-8x would be able to take advantage of the larger AGP 8x bandwidth.

Thanx for ya help Reply With Quote 09-09-03,11:25 PM #5 EpochofEntropy View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered Join Date Feb 2003 Location NY You're probably right here, the Win98 is severely effected by viruses, i'd reccommend getting Windows XP Pro. This site hosts no abandonware. Most likely I'd unplug *everything* and try to boot and see how long the RAM light stays on.