We have 2 servers with this chip, one running NT 3.51 Wkstn, and one
Running NT 4.0 Server - VERY successfully!!! I would judge the speed more
equal to a P75, an upgrade on my SQL server from the 5x86 to a P133 showed
a 200% increase in speed.
I have built several machines like that and have had NO problems. Even
using older MBs and a BIOSed HD controller, and the Kingston 5x86 - 133
Does the Motherboard support large drives or are you using the boot program
that comes with the drive? I would be suspect of the program.
Try changing out all the ram... Try booting without a network card...
If you installed from CD, then removed the drive, try re-installing it (I
had problems with this one).
When does the error occur? While installing, booting, running?
Millions of sugestions but I can't type...
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> From: Jeff Binkley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: RE: unexpected kernel mode trap?
> Date: Tuesday, June 24, 1997 8:43 PM
> The 5x86 is actually a 486 with some enhancements. We've run a number of
> very successfully with NT. My own personal machine is a 5x85 133 chip.
> equal in speed to a P90.
> Jeff Binkley
> ASA Network Computing
> -> My understanding of the AMD586 is that it is basicly a 386 instruction
> -> and nt needs the 486 instruction set. So I don't think it will run =
> -> chip
> -> -----Original Message-----
> -> From: James Corey [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> -> Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 1997 12:13 PM
> -> To: email@example.com
> -> Subject: unexpected kernel mode trap?
> -> I'm trying to set up a small NT Server 3.51 on a clone system running:
> -> PCI mother board w/a AMD 5x86 cpu, 40MB memory, built in EIDE
> -> Cirrus VGA card, Maxtor 5.1Gb HD.
> -> I keep getting the message above, and can't really find anything in
the = MS
> -> Knowledgebase. Any ideas, short of chucking it?
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