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OUR SYSTEM INFO
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AVAIL RAM :1231300
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APPL DATE :22/12/2011 09:51:48
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have you tried "my computer"to see all the drives. By right clicking on each/properties you should be able to id which drive it is by letter (C;D;E;ECT.)now, close that window;right click on the drive it was id'd as MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT DRIVE, right click; chose format. XP should format and partion for you(I'm assuming this is a new 2nd hdd.
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hi friends, here is the solution.... Chipset :- http://www.harid.web.id/images/stories/ZX-I945LM4/win2k_xp.zip Video :- http://www.harid.web.id/images/stories/ZX-I945LM4/win2k_xp14364.exe Network :- http://www.harid.web.id/images/stories/ZX-I945LM4/motherboard_driver_lan_realtek_8111.exe Audio :- http://www.harid.web.id/images/stories/ZX-I945LM4/realtek_alc650_404_xp.zip
All the above drivers, for Windows XP.
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There is no such thing as a Intel 845GE mainboard model #, however there is a CHIPSET from Intel called 845GE. That chipset can exist on multiple models of motherboards from different manufacturers, Thus we need to know who made your motherboard and WHAT IS THE true motherboard model #. Even if you cannot find the above information, if you can pause the computer in the black screen durng boot-up, you will probably see the BIOS ID string on the bottom left of the black screen. Write that complete string down and give it to us and we can then probably identify the manufacturer and model # from that. For reference this Intel website describes the 845GE chipset and mentions that the chipset is carried by multiple models of motherboards built by different manufacturers. http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/845ge/index.htm
Actually, your motherboard is a GA-7ZMMH, which we were lucky enough to see in the BIOS ID string.
You can find the latest BIOS's from Gigabyte's website at:
It looks like you're on the F5 rev. I would suggest the F10 rev, and only go to the F11b rev if you need the support for the Athlon XP 2600+. If you are not upgrading your BIOS for CPU support, or you do not need to support a CPU faster than the Athlon XP 2200+, then go with the F10 rev.