TechSpot Account Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. No, create an account now. I tried 3 or 4 cards, after installing the drivers, the OS would not load. Need PC build opinions Nov 5, At this point I’m pretty convinced I need to find a new motherboard. This wasn’t acceptable, so I tried to install Windows XP Home, hoping it would be more stable, but it would only boot after installing, and then the OS wouldn’t ever load again.
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Biostar M7VKD-Pro – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT133A
Any suggestions on a specific motherboard? I then added the NIC, and it still loaded. Already have an account? I was convinced it was an incompatibility between the video card and motherboard, but then I tried installing the sound card. Yes, my password is: I am having major problems with my system. I had to flash the BIOS to make everything work fine.
Does anyone have any other ideas? I’m planning on waiting until 64 bit processors come down in price a bit to upgrade. Join the community here. So, I stripped the system down, to just the videocard, and it still wouldn’t boot. Need PC build opinions Nov 5, Upgrade for Biostar m7vkd Aug 5, Sometimes it’s simply a BIOS upgrade that’s needed.
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Biostar M7VKD-Pro – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KTA Overview – CNET
TechSpot is m7vvkd to computer enthusiasts and power users. Ask a question and give support. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Serious Problems with Biostar motherboard. SubKamran, I’ve thought about that. Nothing is ready for bit yet. That won’t happen until a long time, hardly anything supports it fully.
I tried 3 or 4 cards, after installing the drivers, the OS would not load. I used to have a similar problem with my A7V kt This wasn’t acceptable, so I tried to install Windows XP Home, hoping it would be more stable, but it would only boot after installing, and then the OS wouldn’t ever load again. At this point I’m pretty convinced I need to find a new motherboard.
With the new Athlon 64 with KB cache already available for a couple hundred dollars I don’t think I’ll have to wait long, but for now I just want my desktop to work as something besides a file server. It took about 5 minutes to boot, and it became horribly unstable, but it at least sort of worked. Then it successfully booted. But, it’s your choice If I were you, I’d just by a Barton and OC it and then wait until faster bit processors come when software actually supports it. Do you already have an account?
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