My bios setup is pretty standard I have not fiddled with the Power or fiddled with the latency for memory, or CPU should I? Can’t find anything about in the BIOS however. As we mentioned before, CoreCell is MSI’s own proprietary technology whose purpose is to regulate your systems voltages and temperatures to better fit user’s needs. And then often Windows XP fails to boot. I have no PCI cards in this box. When booting it says:
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Thank You for at least reading my post. I was thinking it might be Hard disk related I checked on the msi forum site and there was an interesting article from Maseus see http: If these are working, leave it like your last mentioned settings above.
Repeat with the 3rd drive.
Ok, until step 7 it went okay. Well, I’m not sure how to get it working for you. Another issue that we’ve heard users are having is frying boards after they have updated their BIOS. Hello Vango44, thank you for your advice.
This is a huge problem, and we suggest that you do not purchase this motherboard until these issues are resolved. In spite of everything no results: There are drivers for several OS’s in this zip file so make sure to select the one for XP.
ssta Walker, Nov 25, MSI really needs to get their act together on CoreCell and release a fully functional program that is able to take advantage of the temperature and voltage regulation possibilities with CoreCell.
Then please set the configurations as the following: Could it be the graphics card causing crashes??? I have plugged each hard disk into 1st 2 SATA ports on the board.
There is a CoreCenter utility meant to tweak MSI’s CoreCell technology, but our best efforts to get this program to function properly failed. Check the timing settings on you memory. I may try getting mmsi replaced by NewEgg but I don’t suppose it’ll help.
RoAdbUrneRAug 27, You can try the following since you are running XP: If this doesn’t work, let me know which step you got to and the problem encountered. We were successfully able to flash from BIOS 1. Annie, Nov 11, Also, check the Intel site and make sure you are using the latest Chipset and Raid drivers. So here is my situation: Bios now set as following: Other Promise Bios options are “disabled” and: I just want it to work!! I tried, but when trying to install the driver it says the hardware is not compatible????
configure SATA and IDE disk on P NEO
Otherwise leave it alone. Preferably I want a method that gives the best result. Annie, Nov 13, Should the drives connected to the promise be recognized by the BIOS automatically?
In the begining it like once a week maybe. Not sure what the problem is.