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Comp giving code 10 no matter what.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Norm_au, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. Norm_au

    Norm_au Thread Starter

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    Hi All,
    I have just got an "intel Springdale i865 D865GLC" 2.8 cpu, 1 gig ddr ram, my problem is I had my Nvidia in the AGP slot then put in the S3 Virge DX/GX card (which was working in my other M/B) to run my second monitor, I kept getting a code 10, I tried it in all pci slots and no joy, I took the AGP card out and started to use the onboard vid card, tried the pci card in all slots and no joy still code 10, im pulling my hair out here is any one out there able to help me please I would be extreemly greatful. Peace and Blessings to all.

    Norm.
     
  2. punkscience

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    Hiya Norm,

    sorry to be of little help but I am having the same problem with the internal wireless on my VAIO PCG-SRX87.

    If its of any use to you this problem seems to be a right old grmelin and I've been digging up solutions all over the place (sadly, none of which work for me but there seem plenty of success stories out there).

    http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/board/archive/index.php?t-123.html

    Best of luck!

    PS
     
  3. Norm_au

    Norm_au Thread Starter

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    Hi and thanks for the reply, as the old saying goes "better late than never" I took the board back and changed it with my fella, then it all works fine, I got the agp in and a nice little 128 meg pci card and there both working nicely, so again thanks for the reply and I hope you get your problem out the way real soon. Peace and Blessings,
     
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