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  1. My current Gigabyte motherboard BIOS version doesn't support the Opteron 170 cpu that i am going to install. So it is necessary that i flash my BIOS before i install the cpu. Now the question is, how do i flash my BIOS without a floppy drive? My motherboard supports Q-Flash, so flashing is alot easier. However, it still requires a floppy disk. I have read from other sources about burning a floppy disk image onto a CD-R, and burning the new BIOS version together onto the CD-R, so the CD acts like a floppy. Any suggestions?
  2. This issue is solved! It was really down to the fact that the chipset drivers were not installed. Thanks from the bottom of my heart to all who bothered to help, with special thanks to 8210GUY, Joe C and IntelGuy. Cheers PCPitStop!
  3. My motherboard is Gigabyte K8NF-9, not sure what revision it is. So i guess i can install the default mobo drivers that came with the packaging? Or go to http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Motherboa...?ProductID=1860 and download the LAN drivers?
  4. Ok i have question. In both Network Connections and Device Manager, only the 1394 adaptor is showing. So how do i install drivers for a device which isn't showing?
  5. Ok thx a million for your suggestion. I'll see if this works and i will post back
  6. My motherboard is Gigabyte GA-K8NF-9, not sure what revision. Device manager and Network Connections only show the 1394 adapter. My cable looks like the bottom one. So do i go to download the LAN drivers in here - http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Motherboa...?ProductID=1860?
  7. Well if i double-click on it, it will show that it doesn't have any traffic (0 bytes sent, 0 bytes received). It's an inbuilt adapter, so i don't have any drivers.
  8. I have just formatted my entire computer, and now I have problems getting connected to the internet. Here's the story: Upon installing a fresh copy of Windows XP SP2, I opened IE and typed '192.168.0.1' in the url bar, as that was the url for my router configurations. However this appeared: http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/1750/19216801wj5.th.jpg I then unplugged my router and connected my modem directly to my computer instead. I resetted my modem via a switch on the hardware, and i installed the ADSL utility on my computer. This was what happened after i clicked on the 'diagnostic test': http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/5493/adslem4.th.jpg I have tried to set up a new connection via network connections manually, but it all seems like my network adapter isn't being detected. But i have checked my hardware list through 'device manager' and my network adapter is working fine. This is what is showing in my 'Network Connections': http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/2795/ne...tionsjh3.th.jpg I am using a Netgear router and an Aztech ADSL modem. My internet access was perfectly fine before i formatted my computer. Anyone have any idea what is wrong? Help pls?
  9. I have just formatted my entire computer, and now I have problems getting connected to the internet. Here's the story: Upon installing a fresh copy of Windows XP SP2, I opened IE and typed '192.168.0.1' in the url bar, as that was the url for my router configurations. However this appeared: http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/1750/19216801wj5.th.jpg I then unplugged my router and connected my modem directly to my computer instead. I resetted my modem via a switch on the hardware, and i installed the ADSL utility on my computer. This was what happened after i clicked on the 'diagnostic test': http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/5493/adslem4.th.jpg I have tried to set up a new connection via network connections manually, but it all seems like my network adapter isn't being detected. But i have checked my hardware list through 'device manager' and my network adapter is working fine. This is what is showing in my 'Network Connections': http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/2795/ne...tionsjh3.th.jpg I am using a Netgear router and an Aztech ADSL modem. My internet access was perfectly fine before i formatted my computer. Anyone have any idea what is wrong? Help pls?
  10. I finally solved it on my own. Solution was to manually set the drive to 'open with' shellexplore.exe (file in system32 folder). Rebooted and all drives open normally again. Thx to everyone who tried to help.
  11. Holy %@$#! Resetting the file associations almost f%$#ked my comp up. I couldn't boot up into windows after i merged the registry settings. Luckily something called 'Last good known configuration' saved me.
  12. I have seen this article... but doesn't help, unless somebody knows what program a drive can be opened with.
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