***Attention*** TNT2 Ultra Owners!
Recently a topic aboot AGP x4 on the TNT2 Ultra was posted....
Now i have been told and i have tried it but my TNT Ultra isnt AGP x 4 compatible!
Its A Creative Blaster TNT2 Ultra 32mb
can you help anyone?
I've flashed my Creative Labs TNT-2 with several different BIOS's (ultra and non-ultra), and each support AGP 4x with no prob.
What motherboard do you have? You may have to enable 4d transfers in your system's BIOS setup.
Also, if you have a VIA based board, have you installed the latest chipset drivers? Here's the link:
Assuming neither of those ideas help, you can try using Creative Lab's AGP Wizard. Here's the link:
I'll take two... CPU's
Yes, it is AGP 4X, if your motherboard supports that mode.
( People were confused because the Diamond TNT2 cards had a jumper to enable AGP 4X mode...and the CL did not have that jumper. )
Thing is I tried it on a Jetway K7 mobo which supports x4, which i set to x4 but when i went to AGP wizard it only showed 1x and 2x.
...and i was sure my Ultra supported it!
any ideas dudes?
did you install the via drivers for agp? they should offer the settings when you install them.
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