09-23-2009 10:31 AM - edited 09-23-2009 10:57 AM
Or a means to break into the ME Recovery CD's. Which are kept from me by .PAQ, Which my research says .paq an encrypted file, like a CAB that HP uses. I think I have all the other drivers. The machine likes to complain about needing a driver for a PCI System Manager Bus. If it matters, the drivers offered by intel on their analyzer caused the machine to run slow and had hangs. Better to run without MOBO drivers than that. driver.com has nothing for this MOBO. I see one big download from cnet.com that might have the drivers, "Jetway motherboard driver 2005-11-25," which seems dangerous in that if it choses the wrong driver, the MOBO might be -gone. HP MOBO board is not listed in the group this download supports.
Thanks for any help. The computer is specifically.
Motherboard: CPU Type Intel Pentium 4, 1400 MHz (14 x 100) Motherboard Name Hewlett-Packard HP WMTA System Board Motherboard Chipset Intel Tehama i850(E) System Memory 128 MB (RDRAM) BIOS Type Phoenix (07/17/01) Communication Port Communications Port (COM1) Communication Port Communications Port (COM2) Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1) Display: Video Adapter NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Pro (HP) 3D Accelerator nVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Monitor VX760 [NoDB] (MP05950001976) Multimedia: Audio Adapter Creative SB PCI128 (Ensoniq ES1371) Sound Card System Properties: Manufacturer 01101830 9900 Product 03720900001345 Version 34 Serial Number 1072HPPAV3 Wake-Up Type Power Switch [ Motherboard ] Motherboard Properties: Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard Product HP WMTA System Board Version 123 Serial Number 1234567890123
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