oemhlpzhc.ini Driver File Contents (nTune2002305.zip)

[NVK8-CRB]

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T0G0Cmos2Help=CPU External Cache Help Text

T0G0Cmos3Help=Quick Power On Self Test Help Text

T0G1Cmos0Help=First Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos1Help=Second Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos2Help=Third Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos3Help=Boot Other Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos4Help=Swap Floppy Drive Help Text

T0G1Cmos5Help=Boot Up Floppy Seek Help Text

T0G1Cmos6Help=Boot Up NumLock Status Help Text

T0G1Cmos7Help=Gate A20 Option Help Text

T0G2Cmos0Help=Security Option Help Text

T0G2Cmos1Help=APIC Mode Help Text

T0G2Cmos2Help=MPS Version Control For OS Help Text

T0G2Cmos3Help=OS Select For DRAM > 64 MB Help Text

T0G2Cmos4Help=Small Logo(EPA) Show Help Text

T1G0Cmos0Help=System Performance Help Text

T1G0Cmos1Help=CPU Frequency (Mhz) Help Text

T1G0Cmos2Help=AGP Frequency (Mhz) Help Text

T1G0Cmos3Help=HT Frequency Help Text

T1G0Cmos4Help=HT Width Help Text

T1G1Cmos0Help=Memory Frequency Help Text

T1G1Cmos1Help=Tcl Help Text

T1G1Cmos2Help=Tras Help Text

T1G1Cmos3Help=Trcd Help Text

T1G1Cmos4Help=Trp Help Text

T1G2Cmos0Help=Clock Spread Spectrum Help Text

T1G2Cmos1Help=AGP Aperture Size (MB) Help Text

T1G2Cmos2Help=AGP 3.0 Speed Help Text

T1G2Cmos3Help=AGP Fast Write Help Text

T1G2Cmos4Help=AGP Sideband Address Help Text

T1G2Cmos5Help=SSE/SSE2 Intructions Help Text

T1G2Cmos6Help=System BIOS Cacheable Help Text

T2G0Cmos0Help=OnChip IDE Channel 0 Help Text

T2G0Cmos1Help=Primary Master PIO Help Text

T2G0Cmos2Help=Primary Slave PIO Help Text

T2G0Cmos3Help=Primary Master UDMA Help Text

T2G0Cmos4Help=Primary Slave UDMA Help Text

T2G1Cmos0Help=OnChip IDE Channel 1 Help Text

T2G1Cmos1Help=Secondary Master PIO Help Text

T2G1Cmos2Help=Secondary Slave PIO Help Text

T2G1Cmos3Help=Secondary Master UDMA Help Text

T2G1Cmos4Help=Secondary Slave UDMA Help Text

T2G2Cmos0Help=OnChip USB Help Text

T2G2Cmos1Help=AC97 Audio Help Text

T2G2Cmos2Help=MC97 Modem Help Text

T2G2Cmos3Help=MAC Lan(nVidia) Help Text

T2G2Cmos4Help=Onboard FDC Controller Help Text

T2G2Cmos5Help=Onboard Serial Port 1 Help Text

T2G2Cmos6Help=Onboard Serial Port 2 Help Text

T2G2Cmos7Help=Onboard Parallel Port Help Text

T3G0Cmos0Help=ACPI function Help Text

T3G0Cmos1Help=ACPI Suspend Type Help Text

T3G0Cmos2Help=Power Management Help Text

T3G0Cmos3Help=Video Off Method Help Text

T3G0Cmos4Help=HDD Power Down Help Text

T3G0Cmos5Help=HDD Down In Suspend Help Text

T3G0Cmos6Help=Soft-Off by PBTN Help Text

T3G0Cmos7Help=C States Support Help Text

T3G1Cmos0Help=WOL(PME#) From Soft-Off Help Text

T3G1Cmos1Help=WOR(RI#) From Soft-Off Help Text

T3G1Cmos2Help=Power-On by Alarm Help Text

T3G1Cmos3Help=Day of Month Alarm Help Text

T3G1Cmos4Help=Hour Help Text

T3G1Cmos5Help=Minute Help Text

T3G1Cmos6Help=Second Help Text

[NVK7-CRB]

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T0G0Cmos1Help=ÖÐÑë´¦ÀíÆ÷ÄÚ²¿»º´æ°ïÖú

T0G0Cmos2Help=CPU External Cache Help Text

T0G0Cmos3Help=Quick Power On Self Test Help Text

T0G1Cmos0Help=First Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos1Help=Second Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos2Help=Third Boot Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos3Help=Boot Other Device Help Text

T0G1Cmos4Help=Swap Floppy Drive Help Text

T0G1Cmos5Help=Boot Up Floppy Seek Help Text

T0G1Cmos6Help=Boot Up NumLock Status Help Text

T0G1Cmos7Help=Gate A20 Option Help Text

T0G2Cmos0Help=Security Option Help Text

T0G2Cmos1Help=APIC Mode Help Text

T0G2Cmos2Help=MPS Version Control For OS Help Text

T0G2Cmos3Help=OS Select For DRAM > 64 MB Help Text

T0G2Cmos4Help=Small Logo(EPA) Show Help Text

T1G0Cmos0Help=System Performance Help Text

T1G0Cmos1Help=FSB CPU Frequency (Mhz) Help Text

T1G0Cmos2Help=VAux Overvoltage (V) Help Text

T1G0Cmos3Help=VCore Overvoltage (V) Help Text

T1G0Cmos4Help=AGP Overvoltage (V) Help Text

T1G0Cmos5Help=Memory Overvoltage (V) Help Text

T1G0Cmos6Help=VID Override (V) Help Text

T1G1Cmos0Help=CPU Interface Help Text

T1G1Cmos1Help=Memory Frequency Help Text

T1G1Cmos2Help=Memory Timings Help Text

T1G1Cmos3Help=T(RAS) Help Text

T1G1Cmos4Help=T(RCD) Help Text

T1G1Cmos5Help=T(RP) Help Text

T1G1Cmos6Help=CAS Latency Help Text

T1G2Cmos0Help=FSB Spread Spectrum Help Text

T1G2Cmos1Help=AGP Spread Spectrum Help Text

T1G2Cmos2Help=AGP Aperture Size (MB) Help Text

T1G2Cmos3Help=AGP 8X Support Help Text

T1G2Cmos4Help=AGP Fast Write Capability Help Text

T1G2Cmos5Help=System BIOS Cacheable Help Text

T1G2Cmos6Help=Video RAM Cacheable Help Text

T2G0Cmos0Help=OnChip IDE Channel 0 Help Text

T2G0Cmos1Help=Primary Master PIO Help Text

T2G0Cmos2Help=Primary Slave PIO Help Text

T2G0Cmos3Help=Primary Master UDMA Help Text

T2G0Cmos4Help=Primary Slave UDMA Help Text

T2G1Cmos0Help=OnChip IDE Channel 1 Help Text

T2G1Cmos1Help=Secondary Master PIO Help Text

T2G1Cmos2Help=Secondary Slave PIO Help Text

T2G1Cmos3Help=Secondary Master UDMA Help Text

T2G1Cmos4Help=Secondary Slave UDMA Help Text

T2G2Cmos0Help=OnChip USB Help Text

T2G2Cmos1Help=AC97 Audio Help Text

T2G2Cmos2Help=AC97 Modem Help Text

T2G2Cmos3Help=MAC Lan(nVidia) Help Text

T2G2Cmos4Help=Onboard FDC Controller Help Text

T2G2Cmos5Help=Onboard Serial Port 1 Help Text

T2G2Cmos6Help=Onboard Serial Port 2 Help Text

T2G2Cmos7Help=Onboard Parallel Port Help Text

T3G0Cmos0Help=ACPI function Help Text

T3G0Cmos1Help=ACPI Suspend Type Help Text

T3G0Cmos2Help=Power Management Help Text

T3G0Cmos3Help=Video Off Method Help Text

T3G0Cmos4Help=HDD Power Down Help Text

T3G0Cmos5Help=HDD Down In Suspend Help Text

T3G0Cmos6Help=Soft-Off by PBTN Help Text

T3G1Cmos0Help=WOL(PME#) From Soft-Off Help Text

T3G1Cmos1Help=WOR(RI#) From Soft-Off Help Text

T3G1Cmos2Help=Power-On by Alarm Help Text

T3G1Cmos3Help=Day of Month Alarm Help Text

T3G1Cmos4Help=Hour Help Text

T3G1Cmos5Help=Minute Help Text

T3G1Cmos6Help=Second Help Text
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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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