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    Viper 770 not shutting down

    I've got an it connected to a Epox MVP3GM. I installed the latest via 4in1 AGP driver, but it still hangs at the Windows 98 is shutting down screen. Any other suggestions?
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    Not sure if this will help, but I had a similar problem with a different program. Win98 has a "fast shutdown" program which by default is set on, and sometimes leaves things "hanging". You can try turning this off and see if it helps. To do it go to:

    Start/Run(type "msconfig")
    In the "General" folder hit "advanced" and disable fast shutdown.

    It's worth a shot.

    Bill

    [This message has been edited by BILLx007 (edited 02-03-2000).]

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    Terence... Open your drivers program, uncheck all but agp driver... start the program, uninstall the agp driver... reboot.. Go back in the setup again, Re-install the agp in "normal mode " ... reboot... It should fix the problem. I had the same prob on a soyo board

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    I'll try what you said Bill later on. I've already tried your advise Big Lar, but to no avail. I've had this same problem with most of the Via chipsets I've encountered regardless of video card. My G400 system for example rarely shutsdown properly.
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