my md230f lost the archives.
I co py archives, or mp3 files, and he vanish with the files!
My cpu is athlon 1,3 G, VIa (KT333) usb 2.0, windows XP....in linux occurs same thing!
Ant when dont lost, he corrupt the mp3 files....in cpu the mp3 filews play....in md230 ....not!
Who is the problem?
I formated in low level.....but nothing...
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Very likely the RAR file is corrupt and if its not from a source you trust then more so that its corrupt and maybe malware infested.
If its a source you trust ask then to ZIP the file rather than RAR and try again. Odd occasion you may need to disable your anti-virus application and then un RAR the file, but in most cases with CRC errors the file is corrupt.
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The Ol' Asus A7V266-E? 1.The fastest Front Side Bus setting is 266MHz 2.Uses Socket 462 AMD processors 3.Uses Athlon, Athlon XP, and Duron AMD processors.
I would stick with an AMD Athlon XP. Fastest one? Hmmm, I believe that would be the AMD Athlon XP 2600+ The one that operates at 2133MHz with a FSB of 266MHz. Part number AXDA2600DKV3C http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Athlon_XP_microprocessors#Athlon_XP_.22Thoroughbred_A.2FB.22_.28Model_8.2C_130_nm.29
Here is the Motherboard Manual for your Asus A7V266-E, (It's a PDF file download. Let it download all the way before looking through it) http://www.motherboards.org/files/manuals/1/a7v266e-100.pdf
If the above direct link does not work for you, then go here, http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/manuals/ASUS/A7V266-E/ (Click on -> Download <- all the way to the right of -> File:a7v266e-100.pdfVersion:--Release Date:--)
Go to Page 19, Item 2. NO POWER connected to computer, make sure the SYSCLK (System Clock) DIP switches are set to 133MHz. 1, 2, 3, and 4 are set to the OFF position for 133MHz. All you will see is the ON. The switches go to the opposite side as shown in Item 2.
I'm sure they are set there however, as your 1900+ you have in right now, uses a 266MHz FSB. I should explain. AMD processors are Double-Pumped. Therefore the 133MHz setting will become 266MHz for the processor. (Intel processors are Quad-Pumped.
They are both the same Core, (Thoroughbred A/B, Model 8, 130nm), so a BIOS update shouldn't be necessary.
Socket A/462 can take any AMD K7 family processor. The fastest you could get would be the Athlon XP 3200 I believe, but that could also include the Athlon 1400 and the Duron 1800. So it looks like you can make a significant upgrade of yhe processor.
that looks like an Albatron MoBo but I cant get onto the albatron website to confirm this
AMD Athlon™/Athlon™XP/Duron™Processor Socket 462 with FSB 200/266MHz 2 DDR266/200 Memory Sockets 6channel AC 97 Audio 2 ATA133 Channels, up to 4 ATA 133 IDE Devices 6 USB 2.0/1.1 Ports (4 ports by optional cable) Integrated 3D Graphics Engine
Socket 462 AMD Athlon™/Athlon™XP/Duron™Processor
FSB / Transport
North Bridge: VIA KM266 ( VT8375 ) South Bridge: VIA VT8235 I/O Chip : Winbond W83697HF
2 * DDR sockets DDR266/DDR200 unbuffered ECC/none-ECC DDR SDRAM up to 2GB
1 x AGP 4X slot (1.5V Only) 3 x PCI slots (PCI 2.2 compliant) 1 x CNR slot (AMR Type)
IDE / SATA Connectors
2 ATA133 channels, up to 4 ATA 133 IDE devices
Onboard I/O Connectors
1 x Floppy Connector 2 x USB 2.0/1.1 header (4 ports USB cable optional) 1 x CD_IN header 1 x COM (serial) port header (Optional COM cable) 1 x S/PDIF in/out header (S/PDIF in/out cable optional) 1 x CPU fan header with fan rotation detection function 1x System fan headers with fan rotation detection function 2 x 5 pin system panel header (Intel spec) 1 x Front audio header (Intel spec) 1 x IrDA header 1 x Case Open detection header 1 x Wake on LAN
I/O via Back Panel
PS/2 keyboard/mouse, 2 x USB(2.0/1.1),1xVGA ,1 x Com(serial), 1 x Parallel, 1x Game/Line-in/Line-out/MIC
20-pin ATX power connector
2Mb Flash EEPROM Award BIOS with ACPI, DMI2.0, PnP, WfM2.0, Green Suspend to RAM (S3), Suspend to Disk (S4) Wake on keyboard, Wake on LAN/RTC Timer
2 FAN sensors, CPU/System voltages and temperature monitoring.
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.