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Thread: How to change 4-in-1 installation




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    OK, friend of mine recently installed XP. wasnt' sure what he was doing. when he installed the 4-in-1 drivers, he didn't pick turbo mode.. how do you go back and rectify this? I tried re-installing the 4in1's for him, but it didn't give the option the second time..

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    The only way I've found (and the best way) is a clean install. ;)
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    apart from that.. installin XP isn't that much fun.,. though he could do with the experience...

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    Have a look-see at the readme. I think you can force turbo mode with a command line switch of some sort.

    else just uninstall/rollback to the MS drivers and try again.

    Of course, the chance of this causing more harm than good increases....still, experiance....

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    yesss... he could do with the eXPerience
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    Quote Originally Posted by SileNceR
    yesss... he could do with the eXPerience
    I laughed at that too...

    i say, to hell with experience, after all the trouble i had with dual monitor setups on winxp/2k/2kserver ROLL BACK to win98 (fukn worked first go didn't it! )
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    well thanks guys.. just what I needed to hear.. :D

    actually, i did a bit of searching around.. found out that if you run the setup file with the parameters -s -u, it will uninstall the AGP driver.. so i've passed that on to him and i'll see how it goes.

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    95 is the only 1 I ever got to work first time:rolleyes:
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    thats sad... :toung:
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    Well, I should add 3.1 to that short list too
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