csf1701's Posts

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Yes, it was a 32 bit that was on there before Win 7 32
Thank you!!  That worked, the is an unkown device still but the control vault item is working now, I was able to update it to the most up to date firmware as well. Would you happen to know why the ... See more...
Thank you!!  That worked, the is an unkown device still but the control vault item is working now, I was able to update it to the most up to date firmware as well. Would you happen to know why the system is showing only 3.88 Gig of RAM is usable when it is a 64 bit OS?  I wanted to increase the RAM to 8 Gig but don't want to waste the money if there is some reason it won't work.  Is there something I have to set in the BIOS?  Again thank you for the help.  
I am having issues as well, and am not an expert but I haven't been able to locate the driver for the following items either.  I am using Windows 7 64 bit on a Dell Latitude E6420.  Any help would be... See more...
I am having issues as well, and am not an expert but I haven't been able to locate the driver for the following items either.  I am using Windows 7 64 bit on a Dell Latitude E6420.  Any help would be great, I am trying to get this running for my daughter to take to school.  Thanks in advance!  
I am not using RAID at all, but I have a total of 5 hard drives in it.  It does boot off the C drive, but then it bluescreens after a little while.  Could the RAID setting cause a Bluesreen in wi... See more...
I am not using RAID at all, but I have a total of 5 hard drives in it.  It does boot off the C drive, but then it bluescreens after a little while.  Could the RAID setting cause a Bluesreen in windows?
I am now able to hit F1 when the screen comes up about going back to defaults after unsucessful over-clocking, but now I am getting hardware bluescreens in windows.  Am I totally screwed now?! ... See more...
I am now able to hit F1 when the screen comes up about going back to defaults after unsucessful over-clocking, but now I am getting hardware bluescreens in windows.  Am I totally screwed now?!
Thank you for the suggestion, I checked in the BIOS and couldn't find a RAID setting anywhere. I did do the thing with pulling the CMOS battery and got it to boot to windows again, I then checked... See more...
Thank you for the suggestion, I checked in the BIOS and couldn't find a RAID setting anywhere. I did do the thing with pulling the CMOS battery and got it to boot to windows again, I then checked and found a new BIOS version which I installed. Still having the same issue when booting though.
Hi I have an Area 51 with a Core i7 920. It is using the A03 BIOS from 2009. It has run fine until yesterday when I tried the Level One overClocking that is in the BIOS in the voltage settings. Af... See more...
Hi I have an Area 51 with a Core i7 920. It is using the A03 BIOS from 2009. It has run fine until yesterday when I tried the Level One overClocking that is in the BIOS in the voltage settings. After I did that it booted to Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and shortly after I got a blue screen with the shutdown to prevent damage warning. After I tried to reboot I keep going to a screen in the Alienware BIOS that says it had a over clock error and is going back to it's original settings.ior After that it goes back to the BIOS area. I went back to the section where I did the over clock and set it to defaults. I then save the setting and try to reboot. When it is rebooting I get four beeps and then it restarts itself. It will do this a few times then go to the normal BIOS splash screen then to the over clocking error screen in the BIOS from before. I have checked the BIOS setting repeatedly as well as trying to g defaults on all and the same thing happens. I went as far as pulling one of my video cards out and yanking the CMOS battery out. That had an effect where the BIOS told me that there was an error and did I want to use the default. I hit yes and it booted into windows. I then tried to restart the system only to find that it began doing everything it had been prior to pulling the CMOS battery. After running through the steps again I tried to use the over clocking utility again and it booted through to windows and once again it blue screened with the same error and back to the four beeps and restarts and the message that it is going back to defaults which it then brings me baack to the BIOS over and over again. It just keeps looping, I no don't care about over clocking anymore I am totally gun shy with that now, I just want it to run! Please help me!!