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Re: I have an AMD KK266-R and need USB drivers so I can...
Go & download then install driver robot :
When it's done open the application & click on the "EXPORTER" from
the list on the left hand side.
Select were to save i.e Desktop or My Documents, Driver Robot will then
run a scan & save the results to the file you specified it to save
to i.e Desktop or My Documents.
Then go to the saved file which looks like a web document & double
click on it,then you should see a page with "Get Drivers" on it. Press
the "» Get Drivers" link in this page to proceed to the drivers list
You now have access to the hardware scan results and all available
driver updates for your machine.
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You should download the chipset drivers for your motherboard. Here is a direct link to the drivers you need for your motherboards chipset. It's a large file but it will have the exact drivers you need for your board: http://www.msi.com/service/download/driver-2592.html
There are several versions of the K78S5A. The following answer applies only to v.3.x.
CPU: AMD Duron 200Mhz FSB CPU - 950 AMD Duron 266Mhz FSB CPU - 1800 AMD Morgan 200Mhz FSB CPU - 1.3G AMD Athlon 200Mhz FSB CPU - 1.4G AMD Athlon 266Mhz FSB CPU - 1.4G AMD Palomino 266Mhz FSB CPU - 1.2G AMD Athlon XP (0.18u) 266Mhz FSB CPU - 2100+ AMD Athlon XP (0.13u) 266Mhz FSB CPU - 2600+ I hope that helps! Good luck. GaugeMan
well older mother board cant handle a higher CPU processor, you have to make sure you have ALL the jumper properly set for the CPU, also the memory on the motherboard should be for that motherboard. try not to OC the motherboard as it will fry it.
Also check the motherboard for any Blown capacitor. for the MB to scream bloody murder something is definately wrong.
you could check the website of asus and look under ARCHIVE or DISCONTINUED motherboard. to find drivers and manuals for the motherboard you have unless you have them
also make sure the motherboard can actully take a higher processor.
Thermal grease is always good its help alot, just dont over do the grease applications. as ive seen pasta made out of thermal grease cpu's
Design ATX form factor 4 layers PCB size: 30.5x24.4cm
Chipset VIA KT266A/VT8233A Chipset
CPU Socket Support AMD Athlon 700MHz∼1.4GHz processor
Support AMD Athlon XP 1500+ 2600+ processor
Support AMD Duron 600MHz 1.3GHz processor
Support 200MHz/266MHz (Double Data Rate) Front Side
Bus frequency processors
Reserves support for future AMD processors
2600+ is the highest it will go.
http://www.machspeed.com/manuals/VIPER/V266B.pdf page 3