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VIA bus Master IDE drivers


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nofx1728

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Hello, I'm running Windows XP pro. Everytime I start the computer the "found new hardware" tool comes up, refering to VIA bus Master Ide Drivers. I have downloaded the newest driver version, and I still can not get windows to accept the driver. I have a shuttle ak31a MB. Everything functions fine, but everytime I boot I have to go through this same process. Can anyone help me get rid of this problem? Thanks for your time.

Edited by nofx1728, 06 August 2005 - 06:43 PM.

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Look on your mainboard for which revision AK31 Mainboard you have either v1.x, v2.x or v3.x then download the appropriate BIOS: AK31 and update it. Next get the VIA Hyperion v4.56 Chipset Drivers.
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Hello, I did both steps, and I'm still receiving the same message when I boot up my computer. Any suggestions? Thanks for all the help you have offered so far.
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Go to the control panel, system icon, hardware tab, device manager. Look for anything with a yellow exclamation point, uninstall those with a yellow exclamation point only. Reboot and reinstall the latest 4-in-1's and reboot again to see if the error comes back.
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