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Everything posted by k0pect8

  1. have a look here. You could try that.
  2. MS explains same as your other post here
  3. Monarch Computers rock! Excellent HW for the buck and a bunch of great guys! I live abt 15 mins from them.
  4. LOL- I know, was a joke. OK- thanks for the clarity. That's what I think too.
  5. actually, there is.... I use one for my SGI monitor. Monitor drivers are usually used for older monitors, newer monitors use the PnP Driver supplied by MS OS (depending on if 95/98/etc). WinXP will usually supply an adequate PnP driver (my SGI works fine with the PnP or the SGI-supplied driver). Older monitors needed drivers for color and resolution (you'll see .cat, .inf and .icm files). As for helping you, thedamned- sorry I can't be of much use here.
  6. sounds like a USB-only KB.... may not work via PS/2 *I'm remembering the days of the serial/PS2 mouse, when the mouse had to be both serial AND PS/2 compatible in order to use the converter. I still have one of these mouses (meeses?) for when I work on older PC's. **Another thought- power via USB as opposed to power via PS/2= same? IOW, isn't the power for USB greater than what a PS/2 port will deliver? Can't remember off-hand. Just some thoughts. HTH
  7. AVI2DVD also VSO DivXToDVD (last freeware version was 052- Google it!)
  8. yes- but I recommend ATA133 at 7200 RPM (IDE) for speed. Slowest would be the ATA33, then 66, then 100. The faster the better (i.e. movies, CD/DVD burning, gaming, etc.) Use an 80-pin IDE cable as opposed to the older 40-pin (80-pin will work w/an ATA66/33 too). HTH
  9. from your link: NVIDIA nForce2 MCP-T * 2 x UltraDMA 133/100/66/33 * Silicon Image Sil 3112A RAID Controller: * 2 x Serial ATA * RAID 0, RAID1 IOW- ATA133/100/66/33 (IDE) or SATA
  10. LOL- me 2- not my words, just copy/paste from the site. Of course, the author's 2nd language (English) is so much better than my German (which is not my 2nd language).
  11. @ albator: IP2 v1.03 @D8TA - don't think the above link will help you.
  12. GX:Transcoder from their site: FAQs HTH!
  13. well: he learned: the differences between BIOS and OS beeps. we learned: to ask if beep during BIOS or at OS. Isn't this fun?
  14. Those are the drivers I was trying to remember: kXproject. (Thx, atomizer!) But, if you Google, there are articles to use the Audigy drivers for Live! cards, as atomizer indicates in his post above.
  15. Well, the first link simply states the Live! card as well as the Audigy1, so I thought that would do for ya. Especially based on the size of the file. If you click the link for the developer (Creative) you'll get more driver options. As for the 2nd link, did you scroll down a little? The top of the page shows adverts for me also, but scrolling down will show the article. You'll have to follow links for next steps. This method should work for your version as well even though it states Audigy.
  16. hmm... this may work?? Audigy & SoundBlaster Live! Driver CD 386.1 meg There's also an alternative open-source driver, but I can't remember the name. It starts w/a "K" I believe, and also, I've never tried them. -or- try this (found via Google): Install w/o CD HTH! Let us know if you're able to use these/make them work, so others can try it.
  17. good luck- Creative doesn't have that available for download- as far as I know you'll have to contact them. I did an ISO for a friend @ 526 meg, and rar'd it down to 428 meg. *Edit: I'm not sure of the legality of making a torrent or making it available for public downloads- CL may not like that!

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