Latest BIOS, checked the setting for the cable size, checked the cable itself, made sure the drive is detected right I was hoping someone would comment on how the hell the GE2 apperantly “fried out” my agp slot. Jun 3, Posts: I can’t get it. Wed Jul 12, 9: Wed Jul 12, 8: El Paso, TX Gamertag:
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The SD11 ran a Savage 4 for me just fine for months with the exception of UT which locked it up every half hour. Latest BIOS, checked the setting for the cable size, checked the cable itself, made sure the drive is detected right Thu Jul 13, 3: Nov 13, Posts: Oct 26, Posts: Wed Jul 12, 7: Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.
The performance is slower and it’s pretty no frills.
It shows; the board sucks. Who knows, maybe it’s just a good hardware combo.
Sd1 Win98 it gic a specific mixture of my hardware, but with Win it’s happy running all my best hardware and I have 0 complaints about it’s performance considering it costs under a hundred bucks. But the SD always had glicthes like not reading the floppy, not likeing to use certian PCI slots etc Wed Jul 12, 8: El Paso, TX Gamertag: Other than this, it’s run perfectly without a hitch for a while now.
Thu Jul 13, 8: What BIOS version are you running? Well I own an SD board and haven’t had any problems yet, execpt for my adaptec scsi card which was causing problems at shutdown blue screen Wed Jul 12, 9: The SD was no meant to be produced.
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Well I got the bug and got the Herc. Jun 8, Posts: I was hoping someone would comment on how the hell the GE2 apperantly “fried out” my agp slot. Wed Jul 12, 6: Sd111 12, Posts: Thing locked up after 2 – 3 seconds of any direct 3d app tried multiple driver versions, etc etc. I switched to the nvidia drivers and the problem was gone.
Ed11 running an SD11 Athlon and have no problems.
FIC SD11 Mobo is a real BITCH!
I can’t s1d1 it. It was a bit unstable when I first built my machine, and discovered it was my ISA sound card, pulled that out and it’s fine.
So I got all the parts for both new machines yesterday and stated building the system for my little bro. Lumpenprole Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: Jun 3, Posts: Well, The good new is I have semi successfully built one of my first two computers. I initially had a lot of problems with the SD11, but in the end it turned out to be stable and dependable.
I’ve read that FIC just wanted to beat other companies to the OEM market with it, thus the no frills and poor support.