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    Need some help with MBM5, please.

    I don't know why it says this when it first tries to start with windows, but... it always says "Privlidged Instruction" in an error box when trying to start. If I end process on it, then start it again... it has no problem. Anyone know what this is about?

    Windows XP Pro w/all Windows Updates
    1800+ @ 1.62GHz - 38c idle/41c load thanks to broken AC
    PNY GF3 Ti200 @ 240/500

    Any other specs that may need to be factored in, let me know.
    CPU: E6600 @ 3.2GHz (356x9 - 4:5 1425MHz FSB - 1.4v)
    Mobo: Asus P5W DH Deluxe
    Mem: G.Skill 2x1GB PC2-6400 HZ (4-4-4-12-20 - 2.2v)
    Vid: eVGA 8800GTS 640MB @ 630/1040
    PSU: Corsair 620HX
    HDD: 2x 150GB Raptors (RAID 0) | 320GB Seagate 7200.10
    LCD: Dell 2007WFP

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    have you tried uninstalling it and reinstalling?

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    You may want to give this a try Morbid...

    Go into Device Manager | "View" dropdown menu | select "Show Hidden Devices" | expand "Non-Plug and Play Drivers" | Look for "mbmiodrvr" (If it's not listed, reinstall MBM over the top of itself after closing it down...and during the install-choose "Boot" instead of "System", as the way of loading the "Giveio" driver) | Right-click the "mbmiodrvr" (if it's present) and select "Properties" | "Driver" tab | Under "Startup Type", select "Boot" ("System" is probably selected, as this was the default selection during the install of MBM).

    Also, if you don't find "mbmiodrvr" listed as noted above...

    ...during the reinstall of MBM, you'll be asked if you want to reinstall the "Giveio" driver. The default will be NOT to reinstall the driver because it was already found on your system. Select the radio box which corresponds to reinstalling the "Giveio" driver anyway, and reboot after the reinstall. The only reason for reinstalling MBM over the top of itself instead of uninstalling/installing is...you won't lose any of your previous configuration settings as are stored in the MBM .ini files.

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    Originally posted by redduc900
    You may want to give this a try Morbid...

    Go into Device Manager | "View" dropdown menu | select "Show Hidden Devices" | expand "Non-Plug and Play Drivers" | Look for "mbmiodrvr" (If it's not listed, reinstall MBM over the top of itself after closing it down...and during the install-choose "Boot" instead of "System", as the way of loading the "Giveio" driver) | Right-click the "mbmiodrvr" (if it's present) and select "Properties" | "Driver" tab | Under "Startup Type", select "Boot" ("System" is probably selected, as this was the default selection during the install of MBM).

    Also, if you don't find "mbmiodrvr" listed as noted above...

    ...during the reinstall of MBM, you'll be asked if you want to reinstall the "Giveio" driver. The default will be NOT to reinstall the driver because it was already found on your system. Select the radio box which corresponds to reinstalling the "Giveio" driver anyway, and reboot after the reinstall. The only reason for reinstalling MBM over the top of itself instead of uninstalling/installing is...you won't lose any of your previous configuration settings as are stored in the MBM .ini files.

    Thanks redduc900! That fixed it! It wasn't listed in there to begin with, but it is now! Thanks alot man, I owe you
    CPU: E6600 @ 3.2GHz (356x9 - 4:5 1425MHz FSB - 1.4v)
    Mobo: Asus P5W DH Deluxe
    Mem: G.Skill 2x1GB PC2-6400 HZ (4-4-4-12-20 - 2.2v)
    Vid: eVGA 8800GTS 640MB @ 630/1040
    PSU: Corsair 620HX
    HDD: 2x 150GB Raptors (RAID 0) | 320GB Seagate 7200.10
    LCD: Dell 2007WFP

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