I haven't reinstalled the OS yet, no.
Have you reinstalled the Operating system yet. Sounds like the windows kernel is having problems.
Try running a sfc /scannow
see if that helps.
I ran sfc /snannow and it asked me to insert my Windows XP Pro CD, it started scanning files. I don't know the results of the scan because it finished while I was away from my computer. Let me know if I should do the scan again to see the results, if any.
sorry about that. I guess I'm kinda spoiled, I'll try.
you may want to get your system stable before asking it to multi task...
Done. I also freed up another IRQ by disabling the serial port because I'm not using that either.
if you don't have anything connected to the parallel port on the back of your case..usually older printers or scanners
then go into the bios and disable the parallel port...that will free up a IRQ..
I uninstalled that a long time ago
lots of people are having trouble with the NF4 firewall aka NAM...turn it off or disable it
I'll do this when I have just one stick of RAM in.
use msconfig and go into startup and uncheck everything except your AV and firewall...go to start...all progams..then delete anything in the startup folder... then just play a game and nothing else...
No AVG products installed on this installation of Windows yet. I think your seeing the AVG spyware program because I've never had AVGs antivirus program on this computer.
the first error message... navex15.sys belongs to Symantec Antivirus Engine ...way back I recall you running AVG...you
can't have 2 AV's..they will fight..remove Symantec (norton) if its on your system...
On the first stick right now.
the 2nd error says you have mismatched memory or a video adapter problem...
you could try just using 1 stick in slot B 1 to see if in fact it is mismatched memory...if you get blue screens with the first stick swap for the second stick and try again...
I already have their newest drivers 93.71
the driver scan says you have bad drivers for ...
your video card...check at the video card manufactures site for their newest STABLE driver
The IDE driver I had installed was included with the chipset drivers; with that said, the IDE drivers on ASUS's site did NOTHING after I uninstalled the IDE portion of the chipset drivers. Instead they installed RAID. I'm really starting to get irritated with ASUS.
the next three you can get at the mobo's wesite
your IDE controller..
your audio codec interface..
your network bus enumerator...
The audio driver I had installed also was included with the chipset drivers. After installing the new realtek ones, I went back to the driver scanning site, and they don't like those either.
I have no idea were to find drivers specifically for a "network bus enumerator". The ones I have were inside the ethernet driver portion of the chipset drivers.
And yes, the chipset drivers are the newest ones.
marvell yukon 8010 PCI gigibyte ethernet controller ...you can get the driver here
No drivers. Just a button function config program that messes up gaming.
your mouse...get the newest drivers from the mouse manufactures website
if you don't use Raid then you won't need the softraid 5 controller driver
happyrck do you agree with tuxmaster that I should try just reinstalling the OS?
Edited by you_silly_mortals, 09 April 2007 - 10:40 AM.