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NVIDIA nForce 650i Ultra motherboards? Top Nitrodist Grand Gerbil Poohbah Posts: 3281 Joined: Wed Jul 19, 2006 1:51 am Location: Minnesota Quote #10 Sat Aug 19, 2006 12:39 am A file size of 320000000000 bytes Already have an account? I've read that some boards are a pain to get sata working with. #76 Silversierra, Feb 27, 2005 GadgetBuilder Member Joined: Dec 28, 2004 Messages: 148 Likes Received: 0 My

Finally found relocated support site:http://www.chaintech.com.tw/a41_product_downloads.php?type=pro&mk=352&sk=Every BIOS version is in one RAR file which, despite the upload date, didn't seem to have a bin file more recent than 4,19,2006 (it's labeled as I have the same board as was able to flash the board to upgrade to my new 3800x2 a couple weeks ago. And then they link to it on their site.I also recommend saving the current BIOS before flashing. If both fails, then it is time to get another board, and if you are going that route, make sure you confirm with the retailer that you intend to plug an

Last edited by My Johnson on Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:23 am, edited 1 time in total. Go ahead and pull my finger! TMSKILZ wrote:then the message displayed " Do you want to save bios (Y/N)" Once I saw that my hopes got so high i smiled, I proceeded to hit the "Y" button,

I copied to the disk the one that was emailed to me V201719. For me it shouldn't be an issue, since I have a 3200 on the way, but I'd be interested in hearing additional anecdotes. Rushing a flash without knowing what you are doing may mean corrupting the BIOS and you will be left with a non-bootable motherboard. your 320 gig HD is actually 298 on your system.

I have 2 other floppy disks, 1 has the flash program & the other floppy has the Bios file ".bin"all i have to do is reboot with the floppy as my You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. the board bios is below that and is a date. https://books.google.com/books?id=lwIAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA40&lpg=PA40&dq=Does+anyone+else+have+a+vnf4+ultra+like+this?&source=bl&ots=Y2DfYj7q-K&sig=vGyKPuBrv2rmBzgwIONz2R3gHWs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiiguTp377RAhUL5oMKHXeACCsQ6 I'm the Uncle your Aunt won't talk about.

If I restart from windows, everything is fine. I have an Opteron 165 that I'd like to use with it, but without the update it's not recognizing it properly?It's showing up as "AMD Hammer Family Processor" and would not Same problem. Thanks for all your help, and I apologize in advance for any obvious mistakes that I made that would have solved the problems hours ago Not to worry, never a dumb

Works great for PC's that don't support Win Flash and, IMHO, is much more reliable than a floppy disk. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/280696-30-nvidia-nforce-vnf4-ultra No, create an account now. Both of these are dual core, worked very well as dual core, but neither was identified correctly by BIOS. Over on the anandtech forums, one of the users posted today that he just got his brand new VNF4 Ultra, and it looks VERY different from everyone else's VNF4.

All i get is a yellow ! Does anyone know where I can find the BIOS version that supports dual cores on VNF4 boards? I know HD's are rounded off & the actual size of say of 320GB is really like 312GB, but y is mine showing up as only 303GB (beofre the 5GB of If you have to print your instructions from the manufacturer's website, then do so.

You either like them or hate them.Gerbils unite! Reason: left off some stuff Reply With Quote 03-04-2007,11:25 AM #2 UncleBob View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Da Geezer Bee Joined Dec 2002 Location Blaine, WA Age 63 Posts However, the 130nm chips are 1.5 Volts, so I wonder how those would work on this board. There should be a small section either before or after the BIOS settings section on how to flash.

Blue PCB with new heatsink! The new Bios file adds support for Dual Core. It has minimal descriptions on the various BIOS settings and no flashing instructions.

While that may technically be true, not every game supports SLI yet (It's a new technology) and when you stop to consider that an SLI board costs anywhere from $240-270, then

I'm using the 4.0 bios, it works well, good oc'ing(vcore works in this bios), and fan speed control. Using an Opteron with a Chaintech VNF4 ultra vnf4 Ultra and sataII issues? PC Perspective Home Reviews News Forums Podcast HW Leaderboard SSD Decoder Graphics Cards Motherboards Cases/Cooling Processors Chipsets Memory Displays Systems Storage Mobile Shows/Expos User Name: Password: Remember Me? Originally Posted by tad Found this in your psu thread; Sounds as if my board is the problem, not the psu?

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