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Old 7th May, 2003, 02:56 AM
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reboot loop

Hi everyone could use some help,
im having the same problems as a few others when i load drivers for my nvidia gf4 mx 440 8xagp which i do last after a clean install and after sp1 is downloaded and installed and chipset drivers when im prompted to reboot the system goes into a loop of rebooting to the login screen then back to reboot, login screen wont appear i know its just when the video drivers are being loaded it fails. Btw i have a 8adr+ board with bios version 3305 version also i cannot load version 3129 it fails everytime but i can load any of the later bios versions no problem i always have to do a hot swap on the stupid chip to get back up and running. The only success i have had is a friend of mine has a copy of win xp with sp1 included and it will work properly that way but heck i shouldnt have to buy a newer version of xp just to get it running. Well any help would be appreciated btw this is all loaded in sequence with out being overcloaked lol i have read to many threads.
thx ahead of time for any help.
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Old 7th May, 2003, 09:49 AM
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Have you installed the nVidia 2.00 or later 2.03 drivers?
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Old 7th May, 2003, 04:22 PM
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reboot loop

yes i used 2.03 and 40.72 drivers really wierd this friend owns a computer store he cant get it to work properly either without using an operating system with sp1 included on the cd im like an intermediate tech but that guy is very good at what he does.
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hell with this

im so pissed off about this damn problem gonna get a rma aint got time for this ****
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