Asus P4P800 SE Driver
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Asus P4P800 SE Driver
Hugo Spad7 Mar 4,6: Hugo" As I recall, it should have all the drivers the board needs. I used Asus P4P800 SE retail version of Windows 7 I purchased. I think the only driver issue I had was the audio.
Be advised it has been a while since I upgraded the board from XP Pro to Win7 Pro 32bit, but as I now recall it was a fairly easy, frustration Asus P4P800 SE process. I'm at work now, so I'm not sure which driver I ended up using for the Asus P4P800 SE. Post back if you have issues.
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Hope this helps ecimko Mar 23,3: Hope this helps Can you share your drivers with us, if it's not a problem for you Thnx Apr 7,9: Sorry, I have been away for a while. As I said, the Windows 7 installation disk should provide most of the drivers that you need. As I recall and it has been quite a while since I upgraded from XP I only had an issue with the audio drivers. Now, the auto install will not work, Asus P4P800 SE you can manually opt to install drivers for the audio, and just "point" the computer Asus P4P800 SE the folder you unzipped the files to.
I don't recall any other issues. I have built quite a few computers in my day, so maybe my tolerance level for driver issues is high.
I'd imagine my Asus P4P800 SE Radeon AIW Pro card would probably have been compatable with 7, but I bet performance would have been slow. The newer graphics card you have the better performance you will see, in any computer system. This technology brings with it Asus P4P800 SE number of features that are meant to make the board easier to use, especially for first-time overclockers and people new to the computer enthusiast scene. This can be done without leaving the comfort of Windows.
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Past or so Asus P4P800 SE program is much less responsive, tends to freeze, or just not work. The upcoming BIOS, v, which is in Beta now, will be interesting to check out and see if these issues can be helped.
The main adjustments, time, date, boot order, and so forth are the first to be seen, which nice, but seems to be Asus P4P800 SE towards the new computer users again. Once you are used to the BIOS it is not bad to work with, but it takes some time, especially if you are used to a more standard layout. Usage The setup Asus P4P800 SE used was: Immediately we ran CPU-Z and noticed two things. First the FSB speed at stock was Second, by SPD, the computer set our memory at a lazy 2.
These latency timings are not terrible but will make for lost performance if you forget to check. We hopped back into BIOS and set them at Once the initial setup was complete we started tinkering around.