Right click on my computer hit properties go to the advanced tap and select setting under "User Profiles" Select the one you want to copy and hit copy to then select the directory you want these files saved to and press ok
heres what you do, CMOS checksum errors normally indicate a bad BIOS chip. Call asus tech support 510 739 3777 and tell them what happened and they will send you a new chip, you can just swap them out and you should be all set.
Heres wierd problem thats been happening to me lately. I have been building alot of systems lately with the Asus A7N8x-VM/400 mobo using the integrated video and Corsair Value Select RAM PC2700 and Memtest passes and everything.
So heres the problem, everytime an OpenGL application...
Alrite this is on my friends computer and i havent been able to witness it myself but what he discribed to me is: he just formatted and installed 98 and now every time he opens a webpage he get prompted for a password which he never set up and it wont let him any further.
anyone have any idea why?