changed mother board and can't boot to windows
i just recently got a free dfi socket 7 mb with a k62 350 and figured i could replace my older pentium mmx bd which worked fine, after replacing mb the system would reset itself when it was just about to load windows ...every single time ....so fdisked drive reintalled windows but this time it says wrong display adapter or cannot load current setting, my video card is a PCI video card and the motherboard supports agp 2x i believe. also this is a gforce2 mx400 pci video card ....? any clues i am stumped ...
First off, after installing 98 into the computer, you need to install what is known as IRQ/AGP drivers for your motherboard's chipset. The K6-2 had a choice of coming with the VIA MVP3/4, ALi Aladdin V, or the SiS 55xx chipsets.
These drivers are required by the operating system so that your devices can work properly. 98 doesn't not properly recognize motherboard chipsets which is related to improper video display and other related problems with hardware not functioning and causing the computer to crash.
Second of all, if you have internet access, you have to go online and get DirectX 8 from http://www.microsoft.com/directx
This will allow your video card and sound card to properly support their 3D/EAX and other fancy features.
Third, you need to get the nVidia drivers for your videocard from http://www.nvidia.com
Install in this order and you should be ready to go.
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