ya, the bios has an option that is something along the lines of "graphics boot device"
and the default option is PCIE/PCI, the other options include PCI/PCIE, PCIE/IGP and IGP/PCI....but im pretty sure none of those have anything to do with it :(
ya i know that i can specify which card handles physx, but the card that drives video would have to be in the second pci-e slot and the physx card in the primary slot and i cant get video to push out of the second
Im installing a second Nvida GPU to run physx but because of an extra add-in card I have to do some re arranging to get everything to fit, My primary card, which is running graphics has to be put into my second slot and the physx GPU into the primary slot, is there a way to change which PCIE...
I have a 1.5tb ESATA drive that works flawless, that is until i stop using it.
After about maybe 20 minutes of non-use it ejects itself and the only way I can get it back is to power it off and on again.
Im sure there may be some setting Im just missing. Anyone have any thoughts?
ive gone back to trying to get dvdfab to work because its such an all in one solution. Anyone who has used DVDfab ever have any problems with it crashing randomly?
DVDfab version 18.104.22.168
EDIT: On a side note, ripping as an .iso using anydvd then using dvdfab to "rip" from that iso...
Never really played with ripping DVDs or blu rays so its all new to me. im not looking to burn it to a disc again im just making backups. Was hoping to be able to get a standard .mkv or what ever filetype they use now adays. I know that anydvd shoots it out as an .iso
you gotta remember not all of us sit in Chairs. Im a tsgt in the USAF 23rd Wing, 563rd Rescue Group, 58th rescue squadron. Ariel gunner manning a Dillon Aero M-134 durring COMBAT search and rescue missions.
Thanks for your suggestion. :)
Id prolly have it streaming to my windows server box running webcam XP, i like the features it has to offer and its really simple to use. Ill play around with others im sure when i get the cams i like