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There is no official Window 7 driver for the Promise Technology Ultra 133 TX2, but you can use the Vista driver. It should also work for both the Ultra 66 and the Ultra 100 cards.
I found the Vista driver at:
The file name is: Ultra133 TX2 windows 126.96.36.199 logo driver.rar
This file is compressed in the rar format. I decompressed it using 7-Zip. Folder amd64 contains the 64 bit driver. The amd64 driver worked even though my mother board has an Intel CPU and chip set.
I am guessing, that you have your board laying flat, and the computer is unhooked from all the cables.
first thing is to make sure that all your sockets are clear of dust by blowing high pressure air to the board (dust is a killer of boards).
ok onto the next step turn the computer over to check for lose screws that might have dropped onto the motherboard
ok next is that all of your cards are clean dust free you can take a static free cloth or high pressure air to clean/clear your cards then replace all the cards and memory sticks
if you have a extra power supply that you know is good or a friend has one thats good try hooking that up first.
If your computer fire's up now then you can try your power supply if dosen't work then you have boiled your problem down to your power supply and that it should be replaced
Well it will not hurt you're board if that's what you want to know. Depends what devices you have plugged into the board. If you're running 4 serial ATA SATA's. Two CD/DVD drives. A floppy drive & an AGP 8x graphics card. The 400w should do just fine. (You can never run too high a PSU source).
I'm running 4 serial ATA 7200rpm SATA's, 2 DVD-ROM's, a floppy drive. 1 PCI-E graphics card. Four, 4" case fans. Skt 939 Dual core 4200+ CPU & my 550w has been stable for over 2 years.
possible that you have incompatible mem installed,
the archictecture of the mem could be 32mb x 64bit could mean that the "BIOS" may only be able to see 32Mb x 8 which to me suggests that this is not the correct mem for this Motherboard, is this mem recovered from another system or an old board.
Try Kingston.com and use their memory configurator to find the correct mem for your motherboard (enter the MB manuf and model)