Asrock P4-SA6 Driver
ASRock Z Extreme 4 ramslot bug - As many of you know. Socket for Intel® Pentium® 4 / Celeron® D (Prescott, Northwood) processors 4 x SATA2 Gb/s connectors (No support for RAID and Hot Plug functions)Missing: SA6. I have exactly the same problem. I have the same ASRock motherboard and I tried different Linux distros without success. Finally Ubuntu
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Asrock P4-SA6 Driver
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This number could be the number of remaining enemy units plus 1. Therefore a flight of three helos could capture a base under fire with 2 enemy vehicles or bunkers remaining, this would allow more ways to capture bases and would allow groups to take risks instead of the usual keeping a helo in the wings and then systematically destroying everything before signalling it in. Furthermore this feature would make the strike assets be more selective of their targets, leaving the Asrock P4-SA6 less likely to inflict large amounts of damage Asrock P4-SA6 the helos to last.
I also Asrock P4-SA6 this would promote target recce so a force fully knows the strength of Asrock P4-SA6 remaining enemy before launching their air assault under fire. On capturing these bases, the remaining enemy units would be deactivated to prevent a firefight between them and newly spawned friendly defences.
Or there could be a timer function so the dropped troops need to be in the zone for a certain amount of time meaning they would Asrock P4-SA6 CAS until the base is fully captured. Just some ideas Thanks, We will look into it and try to toy with the idea.
I think tonight we had a really good stress test with our Asrock P4-SA6 updates. The server was handling good with 60 players after 2 hours of game play. There was an issue that we believe caused the server to crash later on which we fixed.
Thanks all for your patience, we are doing the best we can to find the issues and squelch them so we have a stable start! There is a great Mark Russinovich Blog post that explains how windows uses physical memory. Hardware devices can reserve large blocks of physical address space To see if a piece of hardware is reserving a large chunk of physical address space, Asrock P4-SA6 "devmgmt.
Mark's blog explains this further.