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Thread: Asus A7N8X and DMA settings!!




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    There isnīt any mention of DMA settings in my Device Manager (Win XP Pro). I think itīs quite weird! Does anyone else have that kind of "problem" with A7N8X??? I would be very greatful if somebody can help me with this.:bounce:

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    did you look under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers then in Primary IDE Channel and Secondary IDE Channel?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    I only have there the "NVIDIA nForce IDE Controller". No Primary and secondary channels. I have also installed the newest drivers for the board. Should i install some special "thing" to get the DMA settings on? Do you have the same motherboard? If you have, can you see those settings? :(

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    OK, you seem to have the same board...stupid me! :D

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    install the drivers from asus...not nvidia (they are different)

    but that shouldn't make any difference in finding dma
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    Thanks! I didnīt even know that asus makes those drivers. Iīll tell you if those drivers will do the trick! :)

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    Those drivers from Asus didnīt work. The setup program was little weird. I donīt think it even installed anything.

    BTW, do i have to uninstall the old driver before installing the new version? When i uninstalled the old driver, my computer went a little bit "out of order". (thank god there is the System restore function) :rolleyes: BTW

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