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Thread: EPIA M1000 VIA Nehemiah WMA files

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    EPIA M1000 VIA Nehemiah WMA files

    Question, I have an M10000 1 GIGhz Nehemiah CPU with 512 megs of ram. Machine has no other software installed other then Media Player 11. WMA files are very jumpy and dont play well at all. CPU is pegged during playing WMA files.

    Any ideas?

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    video drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    video drivers.
    +1. Download the lastest *stable driver release and install them. Should fix your problem.

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    looks like need the latst bios flash as well ok cool trying it now

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    NO!

    BIOS flash has nothing to do with video drivers.

    And there is no reason to flash your BIOS. There havent been any new releases with any new functionality. You could end up with a $100 paperweight.

    Just download the drivers, and be done with it.
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    it says the latest VGA drivers requirs the BIOs flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 Venom View Post
    looks like need the latst bios flash as well ok cool trying it now

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    Don't listen them. Flashing a BIOS isn't THAT big of deal. Just rtfm and execute according to the instructions. Good luck...

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    serious hostility here

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 Venom View Post
    it says the latest VGA drivers requirs the BIOs flash
    sure you're using an M10k???

    you should buy an 80086 and run DOS. That way you can flash all you want
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