Cheers for the reply!
The motherboard is Vista Premium 'ready' and is apparently 'fully 64bit
compatible' say ASUS, so there shouldnt be any compatability issues
I still need to be able to get round the problem of the digital
signature. Is there a way through Command Prompt to turn it off? I read
somewhere that there was.
On my mobo box it says 'Vista Premium ready. Official driver to be
realesed after vista launch'. Worrying? My CD opens up to its welcome
splash, but doesnt load its menus before Vista kicks in and closes it.
So the CD is fine in terms of scratches etc. It seems to be just Vista
kicking in about its whole Piracy/secure contnet thing with the Digital
As for the NVidia card, thats my on-board graphics. Vista has dumbed
down some aspects of itself until I get my proper gfx card working (ATI
PowerColor Radeon X1950 512MB Pro Extreme), such as Aero and its not
letting me run a screen saver. Id like the motherboard sorted before I
install other periferals, etc