Abit BX6 rev.2 PIII 700 Problem

Jun 30, 2000
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I have just upgraded my Abit BX6 rev.2 (has latest bios) to a PIII 700 mhz Coppermine in a FC-PGA to slot 1 adaptor (adaptor labeled PC133 slot 1 bridge). I have a dual boot system with Win 98SE and Win 2000., 128mb pc 100 ram, Elsa GeoForce DDR. I have the CPU setup for 700(100) (default) and core voltage to 1.65v (default). When I boot to Win 98 and after the Windows color screen shows up I get the blue screen error message.

A fatal exception OE has occured at 0028:D4772E1B in VXD EMU10K1(01) + 00009C5B. The current application will be terminated.

I get this message a couple of time as windows loads the startup applications. Then if I run IE5, Explorer, or any of several other apps. I get the same message and it kicks me back to the desktop. After 2 or 3 error messages the machine locks up.

Funny thing is Win 2000 seems fine no chrashes runs IE5 fine. CPU tempature never gets above 35 C.

My old CPU was a Celeron 466 in a slot 1 adaptor and was rock solid.

Anyone have any Idea what is wrong, do I have a bad CPU? Memory problem? Video Card problem?

Thanks in advance,

Mike
 

Sinsemilla

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Dec 1, 1999
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Go and download the latest drivers for your Sound Blaster Live. That will probably fix your problem.
 
Jun 30, 2000
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The sound blaster drivers seems to have fixed the problems. Thanks for the help it would have taken me a week to try that.

Thanks,

Mike
 


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