Quote: Originally Posted by NiukNiuk
What I do is:
Create a shortcut of the driver .exe file (INF_allOS_184.108.40.2064_PV.exe)
Then right click/properties on this shortcut
On the "target" box, simply add the command at the end of the line (don't forget to put a space before -overall)
You should see something like this:
Click apply/ok and double click the sortchut to run the driver installation (you"ll need to reboot after installing these drivers).
You also helped me as I never knew about this command line option & I'm somewhat of a computer tech...LOL
Just goes to show you can always learn something new you never knew before if you just keep you eyes & ears open!
Thanks a lot NiukNiuk for this as I noticed the Windows drivers wouldn't overwrite doing the normal chipset installation at all.
Now I know how though!
This should help my Badaxe 2 setup a lot on stability...
Btw, the installation went perfectly & it's running very smooth & fast!
My memory (RAM) throughput has increased by 1000mbs!