Hey, guys. I've had my Abit BG7 mobo for about 16 months now.\nRecently, I purchased a new video card - A Chaintech GeForce FX5600\n(non-ultra).\nFor the most part the video card has been fine but occasionally I'll\nget some low frame rates so I started tweaking the drivers this\nmorning.\nI noticed in the Nvidia settings under Adapter information it says:\n"Bus: AGP (PCI Mode)"\n\nAfter extensive searching, it sounds like I need the intel chipset\ndriver for the 845G chipset that's on the BG7 Motherboard. I attempted\nto get on [URL="http://www.abit-usa.com"]www.abit-usa.com[/URL] but it appears to be down. Instead, I went\nto Intel's site and downloaded their latest "Chipset Software\nInstallation Utility," version 5.02.1003 from\n[URL]http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/inf/[/URL]\n\nWhen I try to install it, it gets to 90% and a message box pops up\nthat says:\n"The intel chipset software installation utility requires a supported\nchipset platform running on a supported operating system.\nCheck The system requirements section of the readme.txt file for more\ninformation."\nI'm running Windows XP Pro but the 845G chipset is not explicitly\nmentioned in the readme.txt file\n(ftp://aiedownload.intel.com/df-support/6536/ENG/readme.txt) but if\nthis isn't what I need, then how am I going to enable AGP mode for my\nAGP card?\n\nAnyone had to deal with this?\nThere is nothing in the BIOS to enable or disable AGP (I have it set\nto 4x - I tried 2x to no avail).\n\nI'm stumped.\n\nIdeas appreciated.