Im not sure what version of nero your using, but last time I used nero it was under File (upper left corner) than a "Burn as image option" was an option under file
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1/12/06 at 4:39pm
|Master Axe, try creating your own .rom's and boot disk. Read shoman's thread on voltage modding, only just change the clocks and save the BIOS, dont go into the voltage table editor or anything (unless you want to). Use a CD-RW to burn and try flashing. This is what I've always done and bcd is a great program to use.
Tobias, that is truely fantastic. Thank you for the screenies and the info, and thanks to your friend for giving us the inside scoop . This confirms what we were only hypothesizing about before: the Yonah boards DO support P-M chips and the chips CAN be pin-modded into these boards. I'm DEFINITELY going to hold on to my 2.0GHz/533 now, 2.5GHz on a 667FSB would be a VERY nice performance boost. Unfortunately, DDR667 for notebooks isn't yet available in the USA (as far as I know), but I imagine it will be soon. I think that once I come back from school for spring break or the summer I'll definitely look into getting a Yonah board. Hell, I might buy a Yonah board soon in case Dell catches wind of this and decides to change formats . Anyway, I'll call Dell tomorrow and see what I can come up with. If the board isn't that much I might buy it now .
Originally Posted by Sephirot
today I updated my inspiron 9300 with a 7800gtx. But there is s small problem.
the benches I made are so low.
i have the same hardware config like 911medic
3D05 : 4950
i used the 81,98 driver.
what is wrong with my 9300?
bios is the A05