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Shadow_Fi

Asus p5a + Geforce 2 pro (oldschool) Please help!

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My wife has an Asus P5a motherboard, (512 SDRAM, 40gb HDD) and it isnt working with GeForce 2 Pro right (bsod, or 0-2fps in half-life 1). It works in windows normally only if i use very old detonators for Nvidia. Some guy said that Asus P5a isnt working right with GeForce 2 Pro, that coz voltage. I think thats stupid.. I dont really belive that. Anyone have any idea? Maybe some links on latest drivers on motherboard, or latest Bios? Maybe some perfomace tips? Anything! :)

All the best, Shadow_Fi.

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The Asus P5a has problems with TNT2 and some GF2 cards.

That motherboard is based on the ALi chipset and doesn´t support 100% AGP2/4x.

Some guy said that Asus P5a isnt working right with GeForce 2 Pro, that coz voltage. I think thats stupid.

Think again...

I presume you are running 98?

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No, im running Windows XP.

doesn´t support 100% AGP2/4x.

Ok, so what i should do then? There is no way to run any 3d old game? (Like half life 1).

Can someone tell me wich is the latest and good perfomance forceware for GeForce 2 Pro?

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Try to get a ATI 7000 AGP, I don´t know if a ATI 9250 fits, never tried that, or just a PCI card.

nVidia and ALI is just war :wacko: (even back with the TNT cards).

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