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  1. So there is no way to remove the "safely remove hardware" icon if you decide to use the NVIDIA drivers?
  2. I've noticed that if I install the NVIDIA IDE driver that I get the green icon in my taskbar for my hard drive to "safely remove hardware". If I don't install the SW driver I don't get that icon. Anyone else notice this?
  3. Looks like it was the RAM after all... http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-repli...=505273&p=4#r80
  4. Any ideas when this beta will become official? Are we talking days, weeks or months? Have there been any serious reported problems, apart from this... http://forum.overclockersonline.com/index....b49e0ddc6a7cc4d
  5. The NVIDA one has less CPU utilisation and faster throughput.
  6. The NVIDIA one is better because it has lower CPU utilisation and faster throughput.
  7. Ok thanks, so we can confirmed there should be 2 yellow SATA cables, what about the power cable to power the drive? How many of them are there? Thanks
  8. I just bought a new Seagate 7200.9 300GB SATA hard drive and had a few questions. The hard drive came without any power connectors or SATA connectors so I thought I'd ask here if you are supposed to buy these separately, or if they are included when you purchase the motherboard? My problem is that I ordered my PC from a store and they assembled it for me, so I am not sure if they gave me all the accessories that came with the board. I would really appreciate it if someone could help me answer the following... 1) How many SATA cables come with the DFI nF4 Ultra-D (those yellow ones)? 2) Does it come with any power connectors for hard drives, or do you have to buy these separately? 3) I already have 74GB Raptor as my primary drive on SATA 1 connector, do I just connect the new drive to SATA 2 connector? Do I need to mess around with any BIOS settings to make it all work? This is a totally unrelated quesiton now... 4) Do you have to enable anything in the BIOS to make USB keyboards work? I recently did a BIOS flash and it completed sucesfully and said "Flashing Complete - Remove Floppy Diskette & Hit to continue". The thing is the F1 key wouldn't work at all... Thanks
  9. Heh, I was just about to post that the OP should try to contact Nintek but it looks like you are already working on it
  10. Hi everyone I am trying to flash to the latest official BIOS for my board (2005/11/14) but on the download page of the DFI website they only have a Winflash version of the BIOS? http://us.dfi.com.tw/Support/Download/bios..._FLAG=A&SITE=US 1) Normally there is just a .zip file with the two files you need (AWDFLASH and the BIOS.bin) but there isn't one for 2005/11/14? 2) Also when you type a command like awdflash nf4ld310.bin /f What does the /f on the end do? Is it necessary? 3) After you boot from the floppy should you copy the contents of the floppy to C: and then flash from there? Thanks
  11. Is there going to be a new BIOS for the other nF4 boards (particularly the nF4 Ultra-D) released shortly? For example to add support for FX-60 ?
  12. I think some of you might find this to be an interesting read... Realtek Audio Driver Vs. nVidia Audio Driver http://www.ngohq.com/home.php?page=Article...=read&arc_id=20
  13. Yes it would be really good if a BIOS update could allow 4x512MB on nF4 series boards! Although I am still highly sceptical of this information... I (like others) thought it was a limitation of the memory controller on the CPUs and didn't think this would be possible. Guess we just have to wait and see
  14. Can someone please tell me what the video is about... I don't want to download 100mb just for fun. Also looking forward to the video on clearing the CMOS hey AG
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