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Redlazer

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Greetings again,

Im having troubles with the listed device - i've downloaded all the drivers available from the Gigabyte website and they have had no affect so far.

I have also lost my SATA drives, in a rather mysterious twist.

I have been unable to get this driver issue solved before, but it wasnt causing any clear problems, so i left it alone.

The power went out today, and when it came back on, low and behold, we have the current situation.

Im using a Gigabyte K8NS Ultra 939

Thanks : )

-Red
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give the make and model of your computer those drivers can be found
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I told you, its a Gigabyte K8NS Ultra 939.

Windows XP Pro.

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try here see if this helps

http://tw2005.giga-b...ra-939_More.htm
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