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    Default New system Crashes

    I got this system error in Win XP event viewer. And after the system rebooted I received that message in the lower right hand corner about HP memory disc creator for MS's website. I don't have any HP software installed on this system, its a new Win XP pro install. Any ideas anyone?

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    ASUS M2N-E SLI mainboard with A AMD 4600+ X2 CPU and Gskill ram F2- 6400CL5D-2GB DDR2 800 PC2-6400 CL5-5-5-15 1.8-2.0 v
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    Default Re: New system Crashes

    Did you install the nForces ide controller? I had some weird problems with several strange error messages as well as really slow boot times untill I disabled NCQ. Try it and see if it helps ... it is easy enough to change back. Go to device manager ----> NVIDIA nForce4 Serial ATA Controller ---> Properties ---> Channel tab ---> uncheck "enable command queuing".

    Something else I found that supposedly helps fix some problems was the AMD Dual-Core Optimizer from here: http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/..._13118,00.html I installed it and noticed no real differences but no harm either.

    Good luck.
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    Default Re: New system Crashes

    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieDawg View Post
    Did you install the nForces ide controller? I had some weird problems with several strange error messages as well as really slow boot times untill I disabled NCQ. Try it and see if it helps ... it is easy enough to change back. Go to device manager ----> NVIDIA nForce4 Serial ATA Controller ---> Properties ---> Channel tab ---> uncheck "enable command queuing".

    Something else I found that supposedly helps fix some problems was the AMD Dual-Core Optimizer from here: http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/..._13118,00.html I installed it and noticed no real differences but no harm either.

    Good luck.
    I don't see any IDE controller drivers on the mainboards driver disk or on ASUS's website so I'm guessing they were with the updated chipset drivers when I installed them. The driver date shows 8-18-2005 looking at device manager which seems old to me but maybe thats o.k..
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    Default Re: New system Crashes

    I found out if I set the CPU frequency from 200 (The auto setting) to a manual setting of 210 in the bios the system seems stable. Does anyone know what I should do to keep this CPU running at 2.4GHz (the advertised speed) and keep the system stable.

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    Yep that's the same screen I get when I open properties on the first "NVIDIA nForce4 Serial ATA Controller" device. But when I open the properties on the second one the options are not greyed out. ....Not sure if that info helps. My driver is the same version as yours BTW.
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