I have been unable to find a driver for an EP - 9NDA3+ motherboard. I am installing a HD from a computer which has an unsatisfactory motherboard into a computer which has the EPOX motherboard. The EPOX motherboard needs to be re-installed and I have lost the software. Is there a place which will provide me with a driver? I need to download to this computer and put it n a cd.
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I have this exact same mobotherboard. Did you install the chipset drivers? You need to download and install the nforce3 chipset driver. It includes the nic driver and all other things you're probably missing besides video and sound.
I should tell you that my onboard NIC had problems on this motherboard. Sometimes it would lose connection, sometimes it would make my pc take 5 minutes to boot up when the cable was plugged in or just crash my computer.
I just use a PCI nic now. But you'll want to install that driver anyway. If you use a PCI nic, then go to Control Panel, Network Connections and right click the nforce nic and click Disable.
Might be that power supply is not proving all voltage rails required by PCI card?.
Try another PCI slot.
Have you installed same drivers as you used for the other computer and was it same OS?
Try changing PCI settings in BIOS menu (e.g. clock slewing, etc.) - Try Safe Defaults rather than Optimal defaults? Save current settings first if poss!