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Compatibility Issues Between A Chipset & Windows

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March 11, 2009 3:14:51 PM

Hey all
Right so having this since I installed vista on my new build what do you make of it?
Ive updated the drivers from the disc that come with the Motherbored.

And its still here so....
Any ideaS?

Ive installed what windows links me to but its old and out dated the one I have now is newer.

Thanks

Rob



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March 11, 2009 5:35:26 PM

Why not install the latest drivers from Intel?
March 11, 2009 6:09:47 PM

Already Installed the Drivers I can't find any latest ones on intel link me if you can find any?
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March 11, 2009 10:04:20 PM

Gigabyte X58 UD3R

Thanks il try
March 12, 2009 11:59:10 AM

I already have intels latest stuff and Gigabytes so any other ideas?
March 19, 2009 3:44:29 PM

I have the same issue.
The system had been running just fine for 6 weeks. ! Yesterday I had to revise my HDD RAID1 configuration (increase the operating system space). This erased all my applications & data so I reinstalled Vista and received the message "Compatibility issue between windows & chipset....Intel quickpath architecture input output hub". I did not install the linked fix because the version on my machine was newer.
I'm now having internet connectivity issues.... can't establish & maintain connectivity. Thunderbird mail client isn't able to install a new update, etc.
Also can't get my LAN to recognize the 2 computers (each computer can recognize the network attached storage – NAS).
Saving files, etc. is much slower than previously.

I wonder if a recent Vista patch has caused this issue?

Let's keep this thread updated as we learn more. We're not alone on this issue.

System Manufacturer/Model Number: home built, OS: vist ultimate x64, CPU: i7 920 2.66GHz 130w Quad-core, Motherboard: EVGA x58 SLI mobo, Memory: 6gb OZ Platimun DDR3 PC3 12800, Graphics Card(s): EVGA 9500 GT 512mb DDR2, Sound Card: n/a ,Monitor(s) Displays: Samsung 2243 BWX Screen Resolution: 1600 x 1080, Hard Drives: WD 500 GB x 2 SATA RAID1
Segage 250 GB IDE, PSU: Corsair 750 TX, Case: Antec P182, Cooling: Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme RT 1366, Keyboard: Belkin USB, Mouse: MS Comfort optical 3000, Internet Speed: cable 6 dsl 5
March 19, 2009 9:48:56 PM

I down loaded the latest EVGA chipset & LAN drivers. So far, it appears to have resolved the issue.
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