tx Motherboards

Fresh Format.  Windows 95 OSR2.  Allow win95 to find hardware.  PCI bus setup through hardware setup.  3 or 4 boots later, blue screen 'resources with 32 bit child devices..... 'tx mb pci...' your computer has halted'

I cna try to install the tx drivers but it is not working properly.  The readme sex to not restart untill both the secondary and primary devices have been found.  I am losing new information all of the time through all of these reformats.  I cannot remove the offending tx bus driver and remove the primary and secondary beacuse they say to remove parent device.  the parent device has been removed but it didn't take the kids with it.

What am I to do?
compuaideAsked:
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rmarottaCommented:
compuaide,
Did the driver that you installed have an uninstall option included with its setup?
regards,
Ralph

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rmarottaCommented:
Compuaide,
You can get Intel uninstall from the following URL:
http://developer.intel.com/design/pcisets/busmastr/FAQs.htm#faq3e
I hope this helps,
Ralph

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nebworthCommented:
 'sok...  Windows detected a 32 bit parent which has 16 bit child devices, so it turned off 32 bit support for the device (Probably IDE controller).  First, has the TX patch been run on the board.  That should be done.  Then if IDE is not working, go into the registry and search for a key "NOIDE".  It will probably have the value 01.  Delete the key (NOIDE).  Reboot.
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