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a b \ Driver
March 15, 2001 1:04:28 PM

I have both installed, and have been troubled with the rather "unstable" condition of Win2K. Athlon1ghz/Asus A7V/512/ultradma100 working. I used the 3dmark2000 to do a system check and noticed that in Win2K it runs at the 5000 to 5100 and WinME runs at 7100 to 7300. I figure this is something to do with the VIAAGP.sys file. I need help on how to get Win2k stable <7 lock-ups a day is quite normal>.And maybe even get the AGP problems fixed up.
Any information would be greatly welcomed.


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May 6, 2001 4:05:36 AM

What kind of things are you doing when it locks up?

Graphics? go get the latest 4in1 drivers

What is the rest of your system?

96.3 % of Statistics are made up.
a b \ Driver
May 10, 2001 3:05:00 PM

I am running duel boot os's, WinME and Win2k.
Athlon 1ghz
512 ram
Ultra dma 100 is installed and running.
GeForce2 Pro
I'm running Quake3 as the main one, but it will do it in Win2K when running Microsoft Paint and Winamp or when I'm web Browsing. I noticed that if I use anything on my USB ports it will get me booted out and re-starting with out an error in a hurry. Power Supply is a 300 watt.
I have a cd-rom and cd-burner <two differents ones, i.e. 1 cdrom/1cdburner if that matters>
sblive sound card,.
I have the latest and greatest drivers,, 11.01 for the vid and the latest sblive.
If you want i can post links to my 3DMark 2001 posts to see everything else.

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May 10, 2001 6:28:55 PM

What version of the 4n1 drivers are you using? I couldn't get the 4.28 to work for me, but the 4.29 and 4.30 work just fine.
June 5, 2001 2:24:00 PM

A friend of mine has been having the same problem, and finally tracked it down to the Lucent WinModem 56k v.90 (after reinstalling Windows several times, etc. etc.)
My computer rebooted itself every once in a while, but after reinstalling Windows, it was ok.

Have you reinstalled or at least repaired W2K?

Apple? Macintosh? What are these strange words you speak?
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