I have a compaq armada m700 P3 850mhz, win xp pro sp2, 512mb ram, 6gb hdd. my problem is that the intel pro/100+ minipci cant get an i/o resources, it is recogrenized since it is in the device manager under network tab, but it has an exclamation sign so i downloaded from intel the latest driver and still no i/o resources to work on, pppppplease help, tnx
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The BIOS may have reset to the default settings. Sounds like this was originally a workstation on a Corporate Domain Network. Access the BIOS and reset the boot order for CD first, then Hard Drive - you can even disable Network as a boot option. Power spike won't affect the Hard Drive contents, but it can reset a BIOS. Your win2000 should be intact.
I am running a Armada M700 with a Hitachi HTS541060G9AT00 60GB Hard Drive - Ultra ATA-100, 5400 RPM, 8MB. The driver that is loaded in mine is on both primary and secondary is atapi.sys. This driver is also installed on the Intel 82371AB/EB PCI Bus Master IDE Controller, along with intelide.sys. The main difference is I am running Window XP Pro SP2. But I believe that they should use the same driver.
Hope this helps.
Here at my shop I have run into this exact same problem on several P3 Compaq's and a few Toshiba's. I found that some of these machines, not all, but some, will not accept the 5400RPM drive, but will take the 4200RPM drive just fine. It's just weird because some that do are the exact same model, and I'm not real sure why it won't accept them. I've looked into it and the best that I can surmise is that 5400 is too fast for the reading system in the bios, or it's a power issue. Go with a 4200RPM drive and you shouldn't have any problem. You won't be able to tell any difference in the machine's performance between the two RPM speeds.
Pentium III or Athlon XP (any processor supporting SSE instructions) or Intel Mac with Bootcamp (running XP or Vista) or running Parallels
Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista (32 & 64 bit)
200MB free harddisk space
soundcard with DirectSound drivers. ASIO drivers are required for audio
recording (FL installer comes with generic Asio4All drivers)
your system meets the minimum system requirements, it'll be your actual
system resources (memory, CPU, ...) that could impose limits on your FL
Studio projects. The faster your CPU the more channels you will be
able to run simultaneously and/or the more effects you will be able to
use. The more memory you have the larger the samples you will be able