Sep 9, Posts: Boot times are normal and system is stable I reboot it maybe few times per month. In this new build, I decided to use the MS default drivers instead. Jun 8, Posts: May 16, Posts: And no, I don’t think they will ever get it right. Tue Jan 10, 1:
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That will tell you what you have installed. Nov 28, Posts: May 19, Posts: Mon Jan 09, Commodore nvidia nforce2 ide controller Ars Praefectus Registered: You can’t lose with the MS drivers and I guess using the Nvidia drivers is done at your own risk kind of thing.
Jul 5, Posts: Originally posted by Rocko: Oct 13, Posts: Sep 1, Nforc2 Utwig Ars Praefectus Tribus: Mar 1, Posts: I figure that they know how to make these drivers work best with their chipset.
Fri Jan 06, nvieia I use it on my nForce2 and nForce3 boards. Wed Feb 01, 3: Wed Feb 01, 2: Jun 8, Posts: Tue Jan nvidia nforce2 ide controller, 1: Sun Jan 08, 8: Fri Jan 06, nvidia nforce2 ide controller If this is the: The MS drivers are conservative and after some data failures force the driver to set a lower speed or even PIO mode.
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The whole pc has been problem free since I assembled it last July. Fri Jan 06, You should have three choices, Primary, Secondary, and Main Controller.
Guess I’ll try the MS driver for a change though. May 3, Posts: Rocko Ars Centurion Registered: Never had a problem that I know of and performance seems snappier with them though I’m sure it’s nvidia nforce2 ide controller quantifiable at all. I recommend staying far far away from them.
On my old nF2 it made my WD drives make really odd clunking noises randomly and on my nF3 it made nvidia nforce2 ide controller same drives sound like they were trying to seek themselves to death.
I never had a problem with large controllre transfers or burning an occasional cd.
Wed Feb 01, 5: When the machine reaches the HDD boot sequence if fails to boot from the drive.