8RDA+ help needed

Discussion in 'Epox' started by Lee M., Feb 16, 2007.

  1. Lee M.

    Lee M. Guest

    Today I upgraded my 2nd PC, a Win98SE machine which is used as a 2nd
    internet terminal. I replaced a Socket 7 mobo with my son's 8RDA+ with a
    1200mhz Duron and 256mb RAM. I transferred the only 2 cards I was using:
    low end Geforce (MX64 from LeadTek) and LAN card.

    I have been unable to get anything other than 16 color 640x480 video and no
    network connection (I have tried 2 different network cards.) I have tried
    to load the nForce mobo drivers without success (setup just stops) and both
    nVidia and Leadtek drivers for the video card, also without success. On the
    video driver setup, it asks if I want to install the AGP VGART and when I
    say yet, it says device ID incorrect and exits. There is no network card
    shown in the device manager. I have managed to get the LeakTek card
    recognized but still unable to load the nVidia drivers.

    Any suggestions? I'm out of ideas.

    Thanks.
     
    Lee M., Feb 16, 2007
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  2. Lee M.

    dave Guest

    Format the hard drive and load a fresh Windows XP.

    DaveL


    "Lee M." <lmacmil@forget_it.com> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Today I upgraded my 2nd PC, a Win98SE machine which is used as a 2nd
    > internet terminal. I replaced a Socket 7 mobo with my son's 8RDA+ with a
    > 1200mhz Duron and 256mb RAM. I transferred the only 2 cards I was using:
    > low end Geforce (MX64 from LeadTek) and LAN card.
    >
    > I have been unable to get anything other than 16 color 640x480 video and
    > no network connection (I have tried 2 different network cards.) I have
    > tried to load the nForce mobo drivers without success (setup just stops)
    > and both nVidia and Leadtek drivers for the video card, also without
    > success. On the video driver setup, it asks if I want to install the AGP
    > VGART and when I say yet, it says device ID incorrect and exits. There is
    > no network card shown in the device manager. I have managed to get the
    > LeakTek card recognized but still unable to load the nVidia drivers.
    >
    > Any suggestions? I'm out of ideas.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
     
    dave, Feb 17, 2007
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