Isn't that silly. That computer that was 150mhz was about a good 10-15 years ago. I use to have a packard bell 100mhz computer like that.
I forgot the specific board that I bought. But from what ECS website gave me, this is the only card that I can remember it by. It is a N-Force Card.
With this motherboard, I was able to get to by bios, but if I skipped that part, it will go blank, not a complete blank to where it not recieving signals. The WinXP automatic setup program doesn't even start.
Oh yeah, about the boot sequence. I'm not too sure if I set it to where it would read the CD first because the ECS board is forcing itself to just read the A drive first. But reading from CD first is usually by default. I might have to take a look at that. I remember doing that on my first TUL motherboard, but I'm not sure if I did it on this one.
I kinda wish I could load up my TUL motherboard than the ECS. TUL has more features than the one I just put in and way cheaper.
kinda wish that this would all go away. I never thought it would be this complicated