mfillpot said:Thank you for the response, I will try to follow up on your lead.
I have reviewed the kernel I have installed (3.7.1) and can see that the listed chipset is supported, but the EDAC is disabled on my system. Can you please point to the site where the drivers where available for Linux systems?
That's the problem in a nutshell, really.
Here's where the drivers are available for Linux:
...but they're only available for linux
If I have Windows 7 installed on the SAME HDD that I have Ubuntu installed on, I'm able to boot into Ubuntu.
If I don't have Windows 7 installed... with the chipset driver updates installed, then it will not boot either Windows & nor Ubuntu.
You said your Kernel supports the 5000x chipset. What version of Linux are you running?
I might be able to simply make a dual-boot system with both that version and Ubuntu, and be able to boot up Ubuntu just fine that way.
Just some food for thought.
Thanks again for all your help,