Fairly sure it's relatively standard across all boards as to the sequence here is a link that lists them: http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/Hardware_Software/2004/BootProcess.asp
out of curiosity, why do you want to change the POST sequence?
Thanks Nibiru and Veedaz, I am currently working through a HDD of my wife’s that was not backed up correctly prior to a format and W7 install with Get Data: Recover My Files... for some reason still unknown to me Norton did not back up all the selected files... bye bye Norton and shame on me for...
I assume your MB is an Asus as it is the only manufactures website that comes up with the Atheros L2 search?
If so http://support.asus.com/download/download_item.aspx?model=P5GC-MX/1333&product=1&type=drivers&SLanguage=en-us gives you a list of all current drivers for an Asus MB.
Hi Owendar and welcome,
Creating a bootable flash copy of any OS is a tricky job. I assume you don't have a DVD burner? Are you on a netbook?
Here is a useful guide that may help you perfect the process just incase you inadvertently missed a part of the process like admin rights at the...
Sorry missed some of the question. To run XP mode in W7 you need to boot into it via Windows Virtual PC. I assume that you need to download WVPC from the Microsoft website??? http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/
I'm a Home Premium user not a Pro :(
Very good question Kothapalli and welcome to the forum.
From what I understand the XP mode for W7 Pro is XP service pack 3 (32 bit) regardless of if you are running W7 64 bit or 32 bit as your OS. As you are running it in VM (Virtual Machine) the bit rate does not matter or so I have read.
You could stop the following to see if it made a difference. I personally would as I don't like waiting for my system to start and these "start ups" would slow you a little, depending on your system specs.
Windows Live Messenger
Daemon Tools Pro
All of the...
I would check that you have the latest drivers for your picture cards before anything else as Ian suggested. (The default drivers in W7 aren’t the best for gaming anyway)
The other thing it could be is Norton 360 performing back ground scans however I wouldn't think that an i5 would stumble...