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awergh

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  1. The tedious way is to add the Domain User to the Local Administrator Group on each PC but this is probably not what you had in mind? Although if you used a Startup Script it wouldn't be so bad but it probably isn't the best approach.
  2. I believe the card is this one http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?leg=&psn=000101&pid=206 There are four screws on the bottom with springs am I meant to unscrew them and take the heatsink off so I can somehow take the plastic off and get the fan out?
  3. That was what I was trying to find out how to do because the heatsink sort of covers the fan a bit so you cant just unscrew it and pull it out
  4. But do I need to take out the old fan first so that I can get better airflow for the 8cm fan?
  5. So recently someone game me a Saphire Radeon HD4670 512MB which has the normal cooler. However the fan doesn't appear to spin very well and the card overheats. So I was thinking if I could get the fan out but I'm not sure how to its not really obvious and I can't seem to find any disassembly instructions. Perhaps I need to take the whole heatsink off but I'm not sure and thought I should see if someone else might know.
  6. Did you use the stable version or the beta version? I really should try out that driver but I'm busy with study still so I can't try it out at the moment.
  7. oh I thought you were getting a BSOD your just stuck at the loading screen hmm, Is this after installing a new driver?
  8. I'm guessing he installed the driver and it didn't quite work out for some reason. Can you boot with last known good configuration?
  9. I don't know of a fix for atapi.sys however there is an alternative driver you can use. Universal ATA driver for Windows NT3.51/NT4/2000/XP With PATA/SATA support http://alter.org.ua/soft/win/uni_ata/ This driver should work however I haven't actually tested it myself.
  10. Really?, my experiences with an 4670 on Linux has been terrible flickering videos are not nice suppose its better then the freezing I've had before.
  11. 115200 should work, I'm sure I would of done that speed between 9x and NT4 although I cant actually remember but I've definately done that speed with hyperterminal which is fine if you only want to copy a single file
  12. Perhaps KDW/FCWIN2K can help have a look here
  13. I have noticed that the MSE engine uses more RAM then I would like but at least its not as bad as my last experience of a computer with AVG. I could not understand why it would decide my basic C++ program with System("program.exe"); in it set of AVG, This seemed like the stupidest false positive ever to me
  14. So it appears it really was a driver problem because I have had no BSODs since reinstalling
  15. It should be able to boot of an IDE controller not sure its worth it though, I suppose it wont be as bad as my Cyrix 6x86 MII 233Mhz experiment.
  16. True I probably should have but I was sure it was a hardware problem for some reason. Afterall windows installs don't usually have a habit of dying on me, but repartitioning would be a good idea anyway.
  17. STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,OxFFFFFA800771CB80,0xFFFFFA800771CE10,0xFFFFF80001BC5240) The crashdump doesn't sound like its failed this time so hopefully there is a minidump this time Edit: Can't find it , and it's BSODed again that was fast! STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,OxFFFFFA800477DB30,0xFFFFFA800477DE10,0xFFFFF80001B95240) Edit2: And again I think but this time I didn't have display for some reason Edit3: BSOD Again!!! DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Technical information: *** STOP: 0x00000D1 (0x0000000400000028,0x0000000000000002,0x0000000000000000,0xFFFFF88001879DCB) *** tcpip.sys - Address FFFFF88001879DCB base at FFFFF88001802000, dataStamp 4a5bc26e Oh and I forgot to mention I do have a gigabit PCI realtek NIC in the box as well. I think I'm getting a little frustrated Edit4: SIGHH BSOD STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,0xFFFFFA80094F6B30,0xFFFFFA80094F6E10,0xFFFFF80001B7B240) Collection data for crash dump ... Initializing disk for crash dump ... Why are my minidumps always missing Edit5: BSOD again STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,0xFFFFFA8008B33B30,0xFFFFFA8008B33E10,0xFFFFF80001B8D240) Edit6: I know I think you get he point and I'm still not sure about the dump STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,0xFFFFFA80046EC950,0xFFFFFA80046ECC30,0xFFFFF80001BC7240) Is a new install a good idea or not?
  18. Well Memtest had 10 passes and no errors although that was with both sticks of RAM, I'm guessing that the memory dump didn't get created cause I can't find it. I'm starting to wonder if I have a software problem and I really regret my laziness I should have actually done some proper partitioning.
  19. OK it appears to have just BSODed on me with STOP: x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003,OxFFFFFA80047ECAA0,0xFFFFFA80047ECD80,0xFFFFF80001B87240). Collecting data for crash dump ... Initializing disk for crash dump ... Physical memory dump FAILED with status 0xC000009D. So there should be a minidmp that I can look at and show you right? Memtest time
  20. NT4 Looks good it would be good to have a stable app that gives skinning everything I've tried on NT4 doesn't behave very well. Keep up the good work
  21. I'm a bit late but serial cable should be possible although I couldn't quite get it to work but I was using NT4 and 2008R2 on seperate domains. http://fredhanson.com/J_HELMIG/dccnt4.htm Has stuff about NT4 and 9x Direct Cable Connection The easy way though would be to use Hyperterminal to establish a serial connection and then transfer files that way also it seemed more reliable then direct cable connection. You could also have used NT4 USB Drivers which work fine. http://ftp1.us.dell.com/utility/R62200.EXE You may have needed an NT4 FAT32 Driver as well though http://www.winprj.net/board/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=84 But if what you want to do works for you then by all means do that
  22. I don't think I have any mmemory dumps, I changed it to minidumps because that seemed more useful to me particularly since I have a poor internet connection and don't want to upload such a big file. The RAM is 2 x 2GB Kingston DDR2 800 but they are mismatched and have different timings so the bios says that they are 667
  23. Perhaps you can try this because obviously its possible. http://www.msfn.org/board/solved-join-windows-machine-domain-t128488.html
  24. I'd checked the SATA cables and they were fine I think well they were in properly I didn't try replacing them. The problem is it isn't a set pattern or because until power management recently turned the monitor off so I couldn't actually see the BSOD. I probably should memtestx86 I hadn't cause I didn't want to have to go buy more RAM. DDR2 isn't super cheap anymore. Ill run memtestx86 if it decideds to BSOD on me again today.
  25. Heres another one I got which is different to the previous one. STOP: c0000135 The program can't start because %hs is missing from your computer . Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.


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