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  • tingsern
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    Great stuff. It happens all the time :-(. Glad you got your problem licked.

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  • clivew
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    Hi TingSern,
    Thanks for the help - I downloaded the upgrade again this monring and this time the up-grade instal has worked - I am assuming that somehow my earlier download must have been corrupted.
    Best wishes to you all
    Clive

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  • tingsern
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    Clive,

    Did you re-install from scratch Windows XP after installing your new motherboard? Or you just replaced your motherboard and then just start Windows? If you re-install ... what method did you use?

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  • clivew
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    Hi TingSern
    The install seemed to go as I would have expected. Edius bombs out as follows - when you click on the desk top Grass Valley icon the programe loads to the point where the various pallets are half visible ie part of each pallet where they should be on their respective displays. Instead of the aplication opening completely the splash screen appears saying that Microsoft has encounted an unexpected error and the application shuts down. Before installing the new Mother Board I was able to run the latest version without any problem. Once again thanks for your help.
    Clive

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  • tingsern
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    At what stage did the update bomb? The device driver stage? Updating EDIUS itself? Procoder Express? etc ....

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  • clivew
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    Thank you very much for your kind reply, I now understand, and this is what I have been doing. Any thoughts on why the upgrade to version 4.6? just bombs out and what I am doing wrong to cause it?
    Best wishes
    Clive

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    The 'more than one output option' dialog box is telling you that you have a choice of OHCI-based presets, and EDIUS NX (NHX-E1) presets. Typically you'd choose a preset belonging to the latter.

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  • clivew
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    Thank you all for your help. I have installed XP Pro 2 on a new Hard Drive, followed by the MB drivers etc., The Nvidia Video Card drivers etc, then inserted the 2 NX Cards and installed Edius Pro 4. Everything works fine, I have 2 Monitors and a Samsung HD TV as the output for the NX overlay. Howerver when I start a project using AVCHD files converted to Canopus HQ I get a message "you have more than one output option. Please select your output option" How do I do this please?
    When I tried to upgrade to Edius 4.65? Edius shutsdown without fully opening and says that the details should be sent to MS. What am I doing wrong for the upgrade to not work?
    Many thanks again for your help, and sorry for the addtional trouble I am causing.
    Clive

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    I should note that it's not a problem if you're replacing a motherboard with the same make/model motherboard. I did that once. Problem is, the replacement board went bad too.

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  • 3chip
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    Replacing MB's

    I have replaced two Gigabyte MB's and used the Win XP repair installation and it worked fine.

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Repair install might work, but I'd rather go with guaranteed versus might...

    In fact I had to replace motherboards on my desktop system recently and I just reinstalled the OS clean. I much rather know what I'm getting into rather than get going on work and have something bad happen later down the road.

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  • johannesj
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    If you wana use existing windows on new mobo you need to remove all drivers from the system and then re install them.
    But the best is a complite new fresh setup.

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  • SoundFreak
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    Originally posted by Rusty View Post
    My favorite self-healing OS was Win98! It worked every time...
    Very nice statement (and true)

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  • Rusty
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    I'm surprised your machine started at all! Every time I've tried that (several years ago) would guarantee a BSOD!

    My favorite self-healing OS was Win98! It worked every time...

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  • Mr Bill
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    You can try this:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824125

    but I would still rather wipe it clean & re-install XP....just my 2cents

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