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    nForce v4.24 Drivers.

    Buggy Ethernet Driver, causes CPU spikes of 2-6% when idle same as the driver did from v3.13 even though this one is meant to be updated labelled driver version 4.16.

    NRM is some kind of management utility for Gigabit Ethernet on the nForce3 platform so i removed it as it's 15MB, i also removed other useless bits and bobs and what are you left with...

    A 5MB package, with the ethernet driver from v2.45 that doesn't cause CPU Spikes, you can download it here:

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/leonck/...ed/nrv4.24.rar
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    so would you recomend these instead of using 3.13 ?
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    hehe, yes

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    layzeh

    i am totally new to this nf2 stuff i was a va boy i am a bit confused maybe you can help
    i have been told notto use the nf chipset drivers that come with the disk and to get new ones or ones like yours but also not to use the nf ide driver but the one with windows

    with a new asus deluxe nf2 coming next week i am well confused

    how do i install the ide driver on its own

    are yo saying i am best to get these drivers you have put up and put them on instead of the ones that come with the disk

    also i am confused by this gigabit lan thing i see the are two ports on he mobo one says 10/100 other giabit lan now i have abroadband modem and currently use a ethernet card on pci in my comp

    is it best to put this card in new system or use one of the onboard ones and whats the difference

    im on ntl 600m line

    my god i cant remember it being this hard last time i installed a mobo 2 years ago lol any help and info would be great i want to get as much stuff on a cdr to put on new system just incase i end up computerless and no where to turn lol

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    the drivers on the disc provided with my nfs v2 didnt make the ethernet work or the sound. upgraded from online and worked sweet.

    got the new ones last night and appears to be no probs except downloading from office update was well slow ????

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    so do i get the new proper nforce ones or these unfied drivers

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    Well i 'd recommend the mwar remix drivers - lots of people use them.

    http://mwarhead.motherboardfaqs.com/news.php

    Basically same principle as what Layzeh is doing - mixing and matching the best drivers from different releases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjonnyauk
    layzeh

    i am totally new to this nf2 stuff i was a va boy i am a bit confused maybe you can help
    i have been told notto use the nf chipset drivers that come with the disk and to get new ones or ones like yours but also not to use the nf ide driver but the one with windows

    with a new asus deluxe nf2 coming next week i am well confused

    how do i install the ide driver on its own

    are yo saying i am best to get these drivers you have put up and put them on instead of the ones that come with the disk

    also i am confused by this gigabit lan thing i see the are two ports on he mobo one says 10/100 other giabit lan now i have abroadband modem and currently use a ethernet card on pci in my comp

    is it best to put this card in new system or use one of the onboard ones and whats the difference

    im on ntl 600m line

    my god i cant remember it being this hard last time i installed a mobo 2 years ago lol any help and info would be great i want to get as much stuff on a cdr to put on new system just incase i end up computerless and no where to turn lol
    Don't use the ide driver with any of the nf2 drivers....when it ask's if you want to use it click the no option

    other than that just install the rest.



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    IDE works fine on some systems, not on others.
    Try it, if its fine use it (it is faster), if it doesnt, uninstall it. Its no big deal
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    No fight, use what you want, his are outdated and use a older installer.

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    but how can you tell if its working ok or not

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    dunno what drivers I got atm, installed ages ago ... how can I check? have no probs atm so cba installing themjust for the sake fo it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjonnyauk
    but how can you tell if its working ok or not
    You will know because you won't be able to use your cdrom drive or writer (or possibly both).

    Pretty easy to get rid though if you do have this problem, just use system restore.

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