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Windows 2003 hotfix for Chipset drivers


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This topic is just to let you guys know that Microsoft has made a hotfix that solves the following problem:


When you install a new chipset driver in Microsoft Windows Server 2003, you may receive a nonmaskable interrupt (NMI) error message.


This problem occurs because the PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) bus driver (Pci.sys) does not correctly enumerate devices after the new chipset driver is installed.


To resolve this problem, apply this hotfix before you install a new chipset driver.

It took me ages to figure out what caused this issue on one of my machines, while the problems didn't appear on another machine with the same hardware (that one was running Windows 2000)

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