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Virtual PC 2004 And New LEX BNNF2 Motherbaord

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Hi,

Recently  i got a LEX BNNF2 motherboard which has nVidia's nForce 2 chipset.

It was all going fine with installing drivers etc. i put on a nForce 2 IDE controller driver which speeded up hard disk access rates a lot.

then, when i got to virtual pc 2004, it just crashes. the whole system. the mouse does not move. is this something to do with the IDE controllers? my old motherboard worked fine.

please help, i really need it!

thanks in advance,
bob.
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For me, Virtual PC works really slow and uncompatible. Try VMWare Workstation, works much better
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