I am having a problem with setting my AGP aperture in bios. It's currently set at 32 MB (too low!) but whenever I change it to anything else (like 64 or 128) my system becomes EXTREMELY unstable, I get hundreds of errors when windows boots up (a bunch of file not found errors with really weird file names) My system will go back to normal if I reset it back to 32. What am I doing wrong?
My system is:
P4 2.8 GHz
ASUS P4P800 mobo
512 MB RAM
Sapphire Radeon 9800 pro (256 mb)
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