Monday, September 19, 3: Win7 runs pretty well, but the P4s are finally start to show their age, even to us Office-workers who do not game. Tuesday, March 2, 7: It had some kind of reboot glitch and I think I had to do a hard shutdown and then reboot it before the board would boot into Windows. No bad sectors, no bearing noise, no lost files.
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Intel DPERL Motherboard
Update your BIOS to one of the later ones. Think bad code corrupted download?
However this does not appear to be the case with the d85perl After the loading files progress bar completes and the “Starting Windows” screen has appeared. Sunday, September 2, 6: Just so you know I am running usb enhanced in the bios with usb wireless keyboard and mouse, no problem there.
No bad sectors, no bearing noise, no lost files. There is a wide variation in the loads between motherboard CMOS circuits, and I’ve seen batteries go bad in as few as 1. It ran for about 15 seconds and halted. The maximum processor it supports in the Pentium4 Extreme Edition 3. The bios on this board is a little hard to figure out.
D865peerl has two bulging caps that went bad just sitting. One question, did you have to install that driver to get the working? D865pedl is not the same quality as WinXP’s, but maybe there’s a driver fix for that. Just for the record in case somebody else drifts in here via search engine: That board doesn’t boot at all now, and it has one obviously bulging capacitor and at least two more that my electronics friend says test as “bad.
How old is the motherboard, and if you could take a guess, viideo much power on time do you think its had over that age figure? Anyway, I hate to say it but I guess I will have to throw in the towel on this one. So I am deducing there was a memory issue of some kind even though memtest couldnt pick it up. All the built-in stuff works in Win7. Friday, March 19, 8: So, even “unsupported” hardware may work in 7, but you may have to do some research and gruntwork to drag old hardware into r865perl current OS s.
It is the older version of the driver since the newest one does not support the hardware.
Intel Desktop Board DPERL – motherboard – ATX – Socket – iPE Overview – CNET
Right now this is Dperl, pentium4 2. Intel does not provide Win7 drivers for this chipset.
I’ll give you some hope, i’ve installed successfully win 7 in a perl, and i did it twice, with the win 7 beta and with the win 7 ultimate 32 bits, i didn’t installed drivers. My onboard audio went out long ago and was replaced with a Sound Blaster pci card.
I haven’t tried to get RAID to work.
Thank you for any assistance you can give me: So with new hope, I have just reinstalled Win7 with all the drivers and updates. Thanks Nano et al for your input.
I was successful with installing Windows on an P based system and it runs fine.
Intel Desktop Board D865PERL – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i865PE Series
Whats really strange is that once the machine is booted, it shuts down and reboots just cideo. BIOS sees 4gig ram, sec IDE drives, diskette drive, and can get to boot priority menu in fact, can see all normal menus.
I have shut it down for the acid test. You’ll have to run Win7 32bit on these old computers. Do i have to upgrade the p13bios to p21 bios and d865erl that solve this error?