The time now is 10:48 AM. © PC Perspective 2000 - Present PC Perspective Top Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Pro1800+ (Amd Duron 1.2ghz overclocked to 1.26ghz, onboard with K7SEM) ECS K7SEM v3.0m all-in-one mainboard 256mb Onboard SDRAM + 128 pc100 SDRAM Sapphire Radeon 9000 Atlantis PRO Windows XP Pro SP1 As a test: - right click a blank area of your desktop and in the pop-up menu click "Properties" - in the "Display Properties" window which appears, click the "Settings" tab Like I said, my BIOS software is extremely primitive.
You can take 12V power off of a graphics card to run a case fan? Failing that, go to yourmobo's mfr website (or system if it is a branded system) and DL/install thelatest VIA drivers and BIOS for your machine.-- Regards,Len Segal, MCPMicrosoft - MVP--------------My reply Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to PC Hardware forum 14 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Finally: No Googling was necessary.
Now have three monitors on again, however I'd like to get them to stay that way now!A couple of queries.* Anybody encounter this kind of instability before and what did you And it only says that i have a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter. I think I did this 10 days ago.
Do not use Device Manager to uninstall graphics drivers (and most other drivers) - use "Add or remove programs" in Control Panel instead. It might be different with a flatscreen TV though. I'm just so lost, Both card's work fine in xp, so could it just be bad driver's coming out? Secondly: I have then installed motherboard_driver_chipset_via_4in1433v(Although after installing mothreboard chipest, I never noticed that nothing new in the device manager(I.e.
You need to install Service Pack 3. Even just playing the chess game it run's very slow just like it would without adding a driver. GeForce in Graphic Cards Nvidia has released the 344.60 WHQL certified graphics driver. Thank you so much indeed.
I was expecting so since I, myself, didn't see that Graphic card was known device, althoguh I am human. You can connect both at the same time. go disable ur onboard graphics then shut down. Trust me, it works, and will perform a lot better than the included or Windows Update drivers.
Look at your screenshot above. what is displayed on the built-in monitor will be displayed on a projector or another external VGA monitor if any projector or external monitor was connected to my HP laptop.) So I have opened the device manager, then clicked on VGA adapter, after that, properties, however, No Hardware ID for VGA on The Device Manager. IN WINDOWS 7, Widows XP SP2, SP3, I reallyfoundthe ability of seeing thehardware id of thedevicechosen in the device manager.However, IN WINDOWS XP SP 1, I really didn't see any hardware
It has now uninstalled drivers for both graphics cards leaving me with the vanilla VGA adapter.Any ideas?? Also, the 'colour quality' to 32Bit or 16Bit, although it is intial, standard VGA, I could change the resolution: Before uninstalling Nvidia driver, I have booted to the BIOS, and I can do by running a hardward reading program. You cannot change the refresh rate while using the default monitor driver. 5.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders PCPer Forum Rules Advanced Search Forum Hardware Video Cards, Editing and Displays Problem with Try this driver : http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/5753/en-us Sunday, January 11, 2015 2:04 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks a lot, Yes, I downloaded, and I installed driver. Even some had newer motherboard's with update's. In fact I think you will do well to find the latest XP driver as it stands and super lucky to find a first version.
If your speech(I can control over what can be displayed on External monitor ) was correct, this would be more useful in laptops provided with HDMI port and External monitor portsince If anyone has any idea's please let me know. On a reboot, the 6600GT worked so two monitors were now on using the MultiView wizard.
Maybe this will help ya. So I uninstalled them and tried a few drivers, none of them worked, they either did not boot (reboot loop) or did not detect my card. Monday, January 12, 2015 1:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Normally, motherboard chipset drivers are installed first, before other drivers. The nView display settings only come under the 6600GT.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? All what I found was this: First: AXLE (WWW.Axle3d.com) on a fan on the VGA card Second: There is 'ASL' written on the VGA card port. The explains the "adapters" bit. (What do you need? I.e.
I was able to enable the monitor using nView and everything. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. On boot, the BIOS was already set to Init PCI first. That error I was facing while installing any Windows XP on my P3, 256MB of RAM.(while there is no Windows installations on the hard disc drive).
And me being semi-computer-illiterate, what is the video cable? video help | post reply | read more graphics card update for Windows 7 location: microsoft.com - date: December 25, 2009 I just updated my computer from Windows XP to Windows Reboot.Turn on third monitor (extend windows to this display)...--RdgsMikewww.Dead-Fish.Com Deep sea Daddies... It can't be detected by Windows 7, and I've tried downloading drivers too, to no avail.
I've since installed a 500W+ p/s myself and apparently, it coould have been the orginal video problem as it was done during my XP OS install. Also, what version of Windows XP do I have? Edited by mystifeid Monday, January 12, 2015 4:58 PM Monday, January 12, 2015 4:44 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks a lot, Could you please confirm for Using the vendors lastest drivers helped, but the problem persisted.
Thanks a lot, Mystified. However, I have desktop computer to whose video card a monitor is connected. Moving on to winXP, the problem disappeared. Tuesday, January 20, 2015 6:12 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Where did you get the cd you are using to install XP ??
Finally: Could you please reply to my points below:: I know that a video card/graphics cardis an internal circuit board that allows a display device such as a monitor to display