Are you saying you have Vista 64 bit version loaded on to a SATA drive? If
so, then it must be connected to the eSATA drive (external) which is
controlled by the Sil 3132 SATA controller and not the nForce SATA
I have the 32 bit version of Vista on an internal SATA drive (nForce 4
driver) and that works fine and I have the 64 bit version on an EIDE drive
and that's fine too - but I cannot load the 64 bit version to an internal
SATA drive that uses the nForce 4 drivers.
Asus confirmed it won't run but if you have 64 bit Vista on an internal SATA
drive, I'd like to know what difference we have?
"KYHighlander" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> what issue did it have when installing on this system? I have nForce4 AMD
> with a SATA drive and it installed but the video jumps around.
> "BobS" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Just to follow-up on this so others will know that Asus tech support
>> confirmed that you *cannot* load Vista 64 bit version on to a SATA drive
>> that uses the nForce 4 (for AMD) drivers. There's plenty of other
>> problems too but since they're a bit swamped with calls, I didn't have
>> much time with them. They did say, the new drivers most likely will show
>> up on the Nvidia site first.
>> Bob S.