I'm using the latest nForce Win7 x64 drivers from the nVidia website (15.35). It doesn't specifcy nForce4 in the support list but I have a nForce430(MCP61) and it works just fine.
Edit: Oh, and if you use onboard GPU then it's 15.37.
Ya know, it is kind of funny that we don't have more Open Source games out there. We have great OS' that are open but no games that are really mainstream like. It would have to be organized by a organization with public input, but I think it's a great idea.
Trust me, there are more government computers on the net than you think. However, if you have some shady InfoSec Specialists doing the job or rather not doing their job then this is what happens. Even with all the systems on the net, this shouldn't happen. But, IMO a system that is connected to...
One thing I would love to see that is really a weak point is that there is no true voice activated dialing via BT. Sure, I can download an app, but I still have to push a button therefore still breaking the law in California.
I've brought up a similar thread regarding WoW performance with my specs and I did some tweaking in WoW. Settings 1680x1050 x8 AA w/ all settings on highest except for shadows. I set shadows to lowest and I get about 50-60fps. That is with a Athlon X2 4400+, 4GB DDR2, single EVGA GeForce...
Yes, the system you are trying to access MUST have a password. Windows will NOT let you access it without a password, at least if you are trying to access the c$ share. I would say your best bet is to pull your HD and put it in another system or use an external hard drive carrier with USB converter.
Sure, why not? The economy is causing some people to lose their jobs and homes and become stressful. So, why not tie that with low sperm count? Although, if you lose your job and home you should probably rethink having children.
I'm not sure if this works in XP Home but try this on the system serving the files. Also make sure that the account you are trying to login with has a password set. Also, if you are trying to access c$ the account must also be an Admin account.
Start > Run: Type in 'gpedit.msc'