BIOS AX4SPE Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
w4spe105.zip (446.0 KB)
Updated AwardBIOS Flash V8.24G
Added load DRAM Timing items value to 2.5/7/3/3 when change 'DRAM Timing Selectable' item value from 'By SPD' to 'Manual'
Moved "case open" item from 'Silent BIOS/HW Monitor' to 'Advanced Chipset Features', renamed to 'Intruder Detection'
Updated PBE_Item option to 'Disable/Fast/Turbo'
Fixed 5VSB value error in 'Silent BIOS/HW Monitor'
Updated EasyFlash/DieHard BIOS Lite R2.03.
Sivakumar (DG Staff Member) on 17-May-2006
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|4SPE105.BIN||262.1 KB||18 Sep 2003|
|W4SPE105.exe||515.4 KB||18 Sep 2003|
|Aopen Driver Update Utility||DriverEasy_Setup.exe||5.2 MB||21||Free Download >>|
|AX4SPE Driver||n/a||5.01.1015pv.exe||2.5 MB||29||Free Download >>|
|AX4SPE Driver||n/a||realtek343.exe||18.9 MB||30||Free Download >>|
|AX4SPE Max II Driver||sil3114_184.108.40.206.zip||15.3 MB||20||Free Download >>|
|AX4SPE Max II Driver||realtek_audio_3.52.zip||20.2 MB||14||Free Download >>|
|AX4SPE Max II Driver||intel_lan_821_... 003.zip||5.6 MB||21||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX4SPE Driver||w4spe106.zip||451.6 KB||24||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX4SPE Driver||n/a||w4spe101.zip||440.7 KB||26||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX4SPE-UL Driver||wpel205.zip||523.3 KB||23||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AX4SPE Max Driver||waspm112a.zip||550.9 KB||19||Free Download >>|
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