NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management

ECS N2U400-A motherboard
June 8, 2006 at 11:21:24
Specs: XP Pro SP2, 2.2Ghz Athlon XP 3200+ /

Ive recently checked out a program that scans your drivers for out-of-date ones and tells you which ones need updated. and i found one that could colve alot of my problems im having at the moment but i cannot for the driver anywhere on the net to download it. It's as follows:

NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management

if anyone could help me out that would me awesome!

But if thats not the case for getting this error:
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
everytime i start a 3D game, then if someone could help me on that too it'd be great!


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#1
June 8, 2006 at 11:25:23

Check to make sure your video card or audio card are not sharing resources with other devices. go to control panel>system>device manager and make sure that no device has the yellow exclamation mark next to it.

Next, make sure you have the most current drivers for your hardware. (mobo, video/sound card..etc)

Now, most importantly, you did NOT mention what video card (if any) you have. What kind is it?


Abit NF8
Sempron64 3100+ - 2.6GHZ
Thermaltake Big Typhoon
512 MB PC 3200 Ram
Radeon 9550 @ 460/560


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#2
June 8, 2006 at 11:38:10

it's a 512MB Radeon x1600 Pro. no exclamation points in device manager, and all driver and BIOS are as current as the sites i went to have.

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#3
June 8, 2006 at 12:07:34

Go download and install the unified driver for your motherboard's chipset. It supports all the platforms below.

nForce3 Ultra
nForce3 Pro 250
nForce3 Pro
nForce3 250
nForce3 250Gb
nForce3
nForce2-S
nForce2
nForce


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#4
June 8, 2006 at 12:35:40

Didn't we go over this before? DON'T accept what that software is telling you! The are no newer drivers available for your "old" nForce2 chipset...v5.10 is as good as it gets!

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#5
June 8, 2006 at 21:11:49

i wasn't asking for new drivers i was just pretty much asking what is going on with my system to make it spaz out with that Error all the time. yea. its old but its all i got at the moment and i would at least like to get it to work decently.

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#6
June 9, 2006 at 10:50:58

"i wasn't asking for new drivers"

"Ive recently checked out a program that scans your drivers for out-of-date ones and tells you which ones need updated. and i found one that could colve alot of my problems"

What am I not understanding? Regardless, v5.10 is the latest driver available for your board's chipset (nForce2). Sabertooth created a link, all you needed to do was click on it, then click "accept" & you could have downloaded it. These drivers are almost 2 years old but there isn't anything newer & there probably won't be. Make sure to follow the installation hints:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/driver_installation_hints.html

And fyi, I'm not putting down your "old" board...I'm still running two boards based on the nForce2 chipset myself & they're great! All you need to do is set your's up properly.

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=308429


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