[jhb_airlines] Re: IOM,

  • From: "Bones" <bones@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2008 14:39:47 +0100

Sounds odd. The only thing I ever did prior to a rebuild was uninstall any
old video drivers - and only if replacing the graphics card. However, as
things progress I've become less sure about some of those BIOS values and
the added complexities of boards with sound, graphics and everything else
build into them.

I wish you luck.


-----Original Message-----
From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mike Lucas
Sent: 14 August 2008 14:24
To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: IOM,

I'll try and join you this evening then - the rest of the family are 
away this week and I could have been armchair flying every day (well, 
evenings - I still have to do SOME work).  But I decided to undertake 
some upgrading on my main (FS) PC instead, and unfortunately that has 
not gone at all according to plan.  Apart from a new PSU and graphics 
card, the rest of the upgrade went pear-shaped because the new mobo was 
DOA.  A replacement mobo produced a BSOD on bootup - Gigabyte tell me 
that re-installation of the o/s is recommended when upgrading a mobo. 
Oh yeah?  I've upgraded plenty of mobos in the past without 
re-installing the o/s - at most installing drivers for the new chipset 
was all that was required.  I'm guessing that my switch from nForce 
chipset to Intel could be the root of the problem since I've been 
nForce-based for as long as I care to remember and so upgrades have 
always been within the nForce family.  So I'm switching from the 
Intel-based board to an nForce equivalent and hope that this avoids an 
o/s re-installation.

Anyway, back to this evening's IVAO flying.  If Bones would be willing 
to sit in the garden controlling via his new router then I'll wave on my 
way in ... ;-)

Mike L

Bones wrote:
> Now that I am back in action I will open EGNS tonight on IVAO. I'm still
> getting used to this new wireless router thing but if I have it set up
> properly I should be able to use the laptop remotely now - if it was
> and I didn't look like a complete dipstick I could sit in the garden and
> talk to you.. <g>

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