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R500 video driver issue - is there a win10 driver ...

Q: R500 video driver issue - is there a win10 driver ...

It shows two drivers with errors, mobile 4 series express microsoft wddm 1.1. If I delete them and reboot, they both come back. The lenovo system update does not recommend a newer video driver, the intel tools don't find it, if I manually download and try to run the win10 one for x64 systems it says it does not meet the minimum system requirements. Some searching shows it to be a 4500 series type driver so I would think it would have worked. Any ideas?

Preferred Solution: R500 video driver issue - is there a win10 driver ...

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: R500 video driver issue - is there a win10 driver ...

Are you running 32-bit or 54-bit windows 10? Does your R500 have integrated or discreet graphics?

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I upgraded from Win7 64 bit to Win10 64 bit and everything worked great. After an update or two, the video drivers have been changed to newer ones, causing the video to look somewhat grainy. The video adapter drivers on the HP Support area worked great, but I understand that Win10 auto updates them, so that I can't keep the old ones that work. Will their be any updates regarding this problem, from HP or Microsoft for these video adapter drivers? Please advise 

A:Win10 Video Driver Problem

Hi: You can stop W10 from updating drivers by hiding the updates. See this link for more information. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3073930/how-to-temporarily-prevent-a-driver-update-from-rei... HP doesn't support your notebook for any other operating system but W7, so they won't be issuing any fixes/updates for W10. https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05195282 So, install the graphics driver you are happy with, restart the PC, run the hide windows update tool, let it check for updates, and then check to hide any graphics driver updates it finds.

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Basically, I've got an HP Pavilion x360 (expired warranty) and yesterday, it completely quit on me. After hours and hours of reading forums and talking to various people, my only solution was to reinstall Windows 10 (32bit) using a USB.
At first, it worked! Everything went great.
But, I've noticed that my touchscreen is no longer working. I've tried installing Intel and AMD graphic drivers, but everytime I try, it says my computer can't install them.
Also... there are virtually no programs installed on my computer. That's probably not very good... The only two programs installed, apart from Chrome, are Realtek High Definition Audio Driver and Synaptics ClickPad Driver.
I wish I could give you more information, but I have no knowledge of computers. The fact that I was able to reinstall Windows at all is a massive, complete surprise. Apart from the touchscreen not working, I haven't noticed any other issues.
All drivers are updated and are said to be working and my computer is completely updated as well.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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I updated mt OS from win7 to win10(64bit) Education, but, screen resolution 1366*768 is not available. In "Dervice Manager", "Microsoft default video card"  just there, not my actual card "Interl HD ***".  I assume that the video display card driver may be not ready for win10 Education. Could guys tell me how to figure it out or where I could download the dricer. My laptop is T510, type is  4313-CTO. thanks  

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Trying to do the Windows 10 upgrade from 8.1 on XPS 15 9530 and I get error:
!Display: The Display is not compatible with Windows 10.  Check with the manufacture for support.
I have the latest Dell updates of the Nvida GeForce GT 750M and Intel HD Graphics 4600 for windows 8.1. 
Per Dell the XPS 15 is supported for Win 10 and per Nvida , the GT750M driver is supported.

How can I get Win 10 on the laptop.  I had tried it before and had same errors.  Time running out.

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I just bought a new Envy m7 n011dx with Windows 8.1 loaded on it from image, for my church. After I entered my information the first thing it did was ask me to install Win10, which I wanted. But it keeps choking on the video drivers, and I can't stop MS from updating them, and I can't be certain what is happening. HP Assistent is giving me one version automatically, MS is giving me another version, automatically, and NVidia Experiance is giving me something else automatically, and I am happily trying to force the drivers I got from NVidia that are the most current of all. If I remove the Intel and Nvidia drivers in Device Manager I can get it to boot into Windows, but then all the stupid auto vid updaters start cranking and I need to reboot to finish their install -- Automatic Repair comes up and doesn't repair anything. The only thing I can do is Safe mode and remove the Intel and Nvidia drivers, which starts the cycle over.  I feel I am missing a step here, and neither HP, NVidia, Intel, nor Microsoft are telling me that I can't have Windows 10 with these hardware pieces.

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Hi all,
Could really use some help diagnosing BSOD that started with specific windows updates and is forcing me to continue to use a restore point of 11/4.
The following updates were downloaded and attempt to install with every startup

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3200970)
Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3197954)
Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3199986)
Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1607 (for x64-based Systems) (KB3202790)

The system will start and show landing page, it connects to wifi and when trying to sign in goes to BSOD. If you leave landing page, it will BSOD after about 20 seconds. The error message is an APC Index Mismatch issue.  I looked in the event log and think these are the relevant items

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000001 (0x00007ffe579a65e4, 0x0000000000000001, 0x0000000000000000, 0xffffb601fc058b80). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 4a42154b-c4e6-48ca-8eff-9946ca8b2e19
Intel(R) Management Engine Interface driver has failed to perform handshake with the Firmware.

I've been posting back and forth over at the MS community but thus far just being told to do the standard collect dmps and post, hoping someone here might be able to assist in resolving.

System Specs:
Dell Venue 11 7130vProDual Intel i5-4300Y / 1.6Ghz
256 Storage
64bit OS
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Microsoft released yesterday a Windows update to fix driver issues with USB devices introduced in the February 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates.

More precisely, Microsoft has released KB4090913 to address bugs introduced by KB4074588. The update is for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users only ?Windows 10 version 1709.

The update is available via the built-in Windows Update mechanism, so users only have to go to the Windows Update settings panel and start a scan for new updates.

If for any reasons the update doesn't show up, users can manually download and install the proper package from the Microsoft Update Catalog portal, here.

Microsoft describes KB4090913 as follows:

Addresses an issue in which some USB devices and onboard devices, such as a built-in laptop camera, keyboard, or mouse, stop working. This may occur when the Windows Update servicing stack incorrectly skips installing the newer version of some critical drivers in the cumulative update and uninstalls the currently active drivers during maintenance.
This is nowhere near the first time that a Windows update broke local drivers. Windows users are already used to the dance of death when it comes to Windows updates, and many have at least once in their lifetime dealt with a broken update that crashed computers into BSOD screens or broken apps or OS features.Click to expand...

Microsoft is scheduled to release new updates Tuesday, week, on March 13 ?during the March 2018 Patch Tuesday.Click t... Read more

A:KB4090913 Update to Fix Critical USB Driver Issue (WIN10 affected)

I uninstalled it because i got BSOD!

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HiI have downloaded the Yoga x380 Win10 x64 1803Link for download:https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-x-series-laptops/thinkpad-... I need the SCCM package for 1803, after I download it keeps saying the file is corrupted. I am going under "Enterprise Management" --> SCCM Package for Windows 10 --> "SCCM package for Windows 10 64-bit (1803)".   1709 and 1703 work just fine. How do I get version 1803 of these drivers?

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After auto driver update finished scanning my X131e 3368 and installed drivers the desktop (explorer.exe) kept restarting. I restarted Windows in safe mode and uninstalled the Sierra wireless APP then restarted windows. Windows 10 works fine without the Sierra App. I am not using wireless currently but if I wanted to should I us the Erricson driver?

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Hi.  I had some problem finding the right driver for windows 10.  The Hardware Ids: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3B67&SUBSYS_216217AA&REV_06  I found legacy driver for T410 - it´s for windows 8 64bit, but work for windows 10 64bit.  Location here: https://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles/6irb03ww.exe

A:T 410 pci serial port driver - missing driver win10 64bit. Intel Management Engine Interface 6.2

Here is the picture of the driver updated

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Microsoft released yesterday a Windows update to fix driver issues with USB devices introduced in the February 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates.

More precisely, Microsoft has released KB4090913 to address bugs introduced by KB4074588. The update is for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users only ?Windows 10 version 1709.

The update is available via the built-in Windows Update mechanism, so users only have to go to the Windows Update settings panel and start a scan for new updates.

If for any reasons the update doesn't show up, users can manually download and install the proper package from the Microsoft Update Catalog portal, here.

Microsoft describes KB4090913 as follows:

Addresses an issue in which some USB devices and onboard devices, such as a built-in laptop camera, keyboard, or mouse, stop working. This may occur when the Windows Update servicing stack incorrectly skips installing the newer version of some critical drivers in the cumulative update and uninstalls the currently active drivers during maintenance.
This is nowhere near the first time that a Windows update broke local drivers. Windows users are already used to the dance of death when it comes to Windows updates, and many have at least once in their lifetime dealt with a broken update that crashed computers into BSOD screens or broken apps or OS features.Click to expand...

Microsoft is scheduled to release new updates Tuesday, week, on March 13 ?during the March 2018 Patch Tuesday.Click t... Read more

A:Microsoft Releases KB4090913 Update to Fix Critical USB Driver Issue (WIN10 affected)

I uninstalled it because i got BSOD!

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I have now installed Windows 7 on my R500 to prepare for Windows XP's end of life.
I experienced that now with Windows 7 the sound does not really work.

The build-in loudspeaker does not work and an externally connected speaker with amplifier can just get some sound in max amplification. I googled and saw many people having similar issues.

Does anybody know if Toshiba has a fix for this ?

Do other people with Portege laptops have the same issue ?

Thank you

A:Portege R500 - Low sound volume with Win 7 and Realtek driver

As far as I know the Portege R500 supports the Realtek ALC262
I've googled and found people having problems with low sound volume on other laptops from other manufacturers using the ALC262 chip

But I found the solutions :)
Download the small ?Sound Utility to Turn Mute Off After Upgrading to Vista?
[Sound Utility to Turn Mute Off |http://support.toshiba.com/support/viewContentDetail?contentId=1671893&pf=true] and unzip it using WinRAR or WinZip
You will find a small file called 'MuteOff'. Run this file as administrator and check if your sound would work.

Note: All drivers should be installed as well as the Realtek sound driver.

Feedback would be appreciated

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HiI struggle find proper driver for following device: \VEN_197B&DEV_2393&SUBSYS_17F6103C&REV_30 When I do search it shows some results but links are already broken.Thanks for helpPetanoCZ

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The computer's a year old, running XP, and my boyfriend and I have no idea what's wrong with it (it's his). I'd put in hardware support but I don't know which piece of hardware may be corrupted, exploding as we speak, or what.

It began last night. He's done this before -- he has two monitors, one meant for a TV (I believe) and another old computer screen. Normally it runs on the TV one because it's bigger. He switched to the older one to show me how he can adjust the settings so that it's all vertical. That was great and dandy and we didn't expect any issues. He's done it before and it really isn't doing much to the computer.

Later, after midnight, he goes to switch everything back to normal. First, the computer acts like the monitor is there but that it can't do anything -- it tries to go into sleep mode or something. Then I suggest he unplug, shut down, plug things back in normally, and power back up. This appears to work.

I was a bit happy then, until we got to the XP loading screen. It's going... and then after, it flashes, then goes black. Nothing comes up, nothing does anything.

And so the three hour saga of last night begins. We restart, we spam F8, we get into safe mode, he disables Nvidia but can't open the application. Nor does his mouse function in safe mode (I know some don't, but it really doesn't help the situation). I've used my laptop to bring up shortcut keys and we're functioning through everything that way. He restarts after disabling Nvidia, an... Read more

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I have a computer here that when you boot up you see the posts.
Then you see the Windows Home sceen with the moving bar then the screen goes black.
The Monitor button light stays green the computer continues and boots up but you see nothing. Pull the monitor cable and you get that it is disconnected. Plug it back in and the green light stays on but the screen is still all black.

Things done.
Tried a Video card. The one was onboard. This did the same thing.
Tried a new Powersupply. Same thing.
Finally I put another HD with a OS on it and it worked fine.

I now have that Harddrive from this computer as a slave to save what is on it.
I was going to wipe the OS and restore.

What can be done in windows working on a drive.

The person said one day it just stopped.
So did a new video driver get installed and screwed it up.

Is there a way to make the system restore on that Slave Drive back a week?
Then install back into the orginal computer to see if it would work?

Thanks for any help.. or ideas

A:I believe Video Driver Issue but who knows?

Your post is somewhat difficult to follow.
From what I can understand your system was working ok and a new video driver was installed. This resulted in no display.

Did you try and boot into safe mode?

Do you see post data when your boot your system? Note this is the part where your drives are detected, memory count, etc.

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First off, i'll start with the beginning.

I purchased a new machine. I set it up, installed the drivers for the video card I was putting in.

I installed the software for the drivers. When it said "screen may flicker or go blank," the screen went blank and stayed that way. For about 10 minutes until I rebooted. Everything ran fine at that point.

I do have an onboard card, but was told I could just put the new card in after installing the drivers, and it would run fine.

Whenever I try to change the refresh rate, whatever game i'm playing freezes. Occasionally, when in Call of Duty 4, the screen will go black and then return to normal, sometimes telling me there was an error with my video drivers. Sometimes this will not happen for some time, and sometimes it will happen over and over.

When playing Crysis and Hellgate, there is a tendency to just freeze.

Windows Vista home edition
Radeon x2600 xt
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+ @ 2.80 GHz
3 Gigs of RAM

Didn't think much else would be pertinent. Let me know.

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I'm trying to play Diablo 2 on an older HP desktop with onboard video. I get "Error 25: A critical error has occurred while initializing Direct3D" (This only happens when trying to run it in fullscreen mode, and I need fullscreen mode the first time running it because it won't update/validate version in windows mode)

I see 2 possible ways to get around this,
#1 Get the proper video driver (right now it's using "Standard VGA Adapter". HP only offers XP drivers on their site for this model Pavillion a500n. I tried taking the name (VIA S3G Unichrome) and searching, but several downloads later I'm still stuck. I don't think I ever found the exact correct driver. It is a VIA KM400.

#2 Fix DirectX in some way such that it still works using the "Standard VGA Adapter" driver that is currently installed. It's DirectX 11. Here is the dxdiag.txt below if you choose to go this route.

------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report: - Pastebin.com

A:Video Driver Issue

I have a workaround, did a manual patch to update so I can simply run it in windowed mode.

However I'd still like help because the colors looked all faded and occasionally I might want to run in fullscreen.

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Hi all . I'm working on a client's computer who had a Nvidia Geforce 3 TI card that wasn't working properly. The system recognized it, but the display properties said it had an error loading. The latest Nvidia drivers did nothing to reconsile the situation, so I thought he had a bad video card.

Upon receiving a brand-spaking new 5700 card, I installed it with the same problem. Drivers seemed to install fine, but upon reboot,. it's using a standard Win VGA driver. I've checked through the BIOS of the Dell 8200 desktop, and switched IRQs around a bit, but still no go. I'm insalling SP2 as we speak - not that I believe that'll have any bearing, but with as many files as it replaces, I figure it's worth a shot. I didn't think the AGP prot could be bad, as it displays graphics in about 16 bit color, but even surfing the web is choppy. A dxdiag reveals that direct draw works fine, but of course it can't do any 3D, as it doesn't know how without the drivers. I'm about at wits end, as now I know it's not the AGP card. Any suggestions?

Oh - one mor ething. It's an Interl Borad, otherwise I would've downloaded the latest motrherboard chipset drivers... can't seem to find them for this MB, though. : ). thanks again!


A:Dell AGP/ Video Driver issue - bad AGP?

Open the device manager, click view "show hidden devices" and look for any video adaptors showing up hidden.. Just a thought..

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Hello, I am running Windows Vista Home 64 bit on a Dell 1640. Recently my computer caught a virus and I had to reinstall Windows. The computer seems to be running almost back to where it was from the factory however I am having issues with my video driver. I play the Sims games and I have talked to their tech support. They tell me that my driver hasn't been updated since 2008. I have tried to update the driver from the Device Manager and it tells me it is up to date. I have also searched the Dell website and other sites and nothing I seem to find that should fix this problem works. I need some advice on what my next step should be, any ideas?

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Here is the most recent minidump, which was accompanied by video card error messages sometime later, possibly related, possibly not...

Any help, gratefully received as this is used every day as my main tv server and my GF is getting a bit ratty over the crashes.



A:BSOD - possible video driver issue..?

Your mini dump shows a stop error code of 7E. This a hardware or hardware related issue.

STOP 0x0000007E: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (go to top of page)

Usual causes: Insufficient disk space, Device driver, Video card, BIOS, Breakpoint with no debugger attached, Hardware incompatibility, Faulty system service, Memory, 3rd party remote control,

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* Bugcheck Analysis *
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 1000007E, {c0000005, 813b018e, 88644b2c, 88644710}

Probably caused by : win32k.sys ( win32k!CMutex::Lock+6 )

Followup: MachineOwner

0: kd> !analyze -v
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* Bugcheck Analysis *
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I was installing new video drivers on my laptop which is running vista when I encountered an issue. I have the new driver downloaded. So I began by uninstalling the old video driver, then restarting and trying to boot in safemode to install new drivers. Everytime it starts to boot up it can't get past the auto repair. It says issue cannot be found. Is there a way I can just launch vista and skip the auto repair so I can install the driver?

I've tried starting in safemode, lower res, previous back(were none), and now I'm not sure what to do. Thanks

A:Video Driver install issue

you need to reboot into low resolution mode to install the driver

have you tried

last known good configuration

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I currently have WinVista and I tried to install the driver to my old video camera (jvc gr-d72u) ..a message pops up indicating it works only on Win98..what can I do about this? I appreciate any help I can get on this matter, thank you so much.

A:Jvc Video Camera Driver Issue

I don't believe there is any Vista driver for this camera. Are you intending to use USB or Firewire? Using Firewire, your Video Editing software should be able to access the camera directly. However, some cameras including JVC are known to have issues communicating correctly with Firewire chips that are not Texas Instruments (eg Agere). Folk have reported installing a Firewire card with a TI chipset and having the Vista Video editor immediately see the camera, eg the topics here:http://camcorderinfo.com/bbs/printthread.php?t=138906and here:http://www.camcorderinfo.com/bbs/t111245.html

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I recently reset my computer because of a virus, but I've completely forgotten which video drivers to download for my computer.
Is there anyway I can find out what drivers I need?


A:Solved: Video Driver Issue

What type of card have you got installed ATI or nVidia (I hope you can remember that )


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So for the last little while, whenever I play WoW I am getting random shutdowns - sometimes with a BSOD stating "system service exception", sometimes not. I monitored the temperature and it isn't changing between when I'm playing and when I'm not. I've tried shutting down *everything* else when I play, that doesn't change anything. I tried cleaning off a lot of old programs and updating the video card driver and it got *worse*, to the point where I've had to use the repair feature twice tonight, the first time it did a system restore (but didn't tell me to *when*), the second time it didn't - this is getting frustrating! One note, I went to AMD's website for my card (http://www.amd.com/us/products/desk...d-4800/Pages/ati-radeon-hd-4800-overview.aspx) and clicked on "Support and Drivers". Under product type I chose "graphics card - desktop" - but I can't find the 4800 series in the list. At that point I looked at the next link in my google search for a driver (http://driverscollection.com/?H=Radeon HD 4800&By=ATI), checked to see what other people said of the website and couldn't find anything negative, so tried that. That's when things got worse. Everything else works fine, and I haven't had an issue with any other games I've played. Here's the system info:

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premi... Read more

A:Video card driver issue... I *think*?

The drivers/support for the AMD Radeon HD 4800 is under the "Radeon HD" section. Try uninstalling the drivers from Programs and features in the Control Panel and install the latest drivers from the AMD website.

Please post what power supply you have in your computer, Acer's generally one with low wattage/quality power supplies. The power supply model/wattage will be listed on a sticker on the side of the power supply once you get the side of the PC off.

Also post the model of the complete system, such as Acer Aspire T710-3412.

Post the temps and voltages at idle and at load(such as when playigng WoW, post a screenshot from HW Monitor: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Also ensure WoW is fully up-to-date.

The problem may also be due to you running a game off an external drive. USB is not perfectly stable and massively slower then an internal SATA drive. You ideally should reinstall the game to the internal hard drive.

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Seems like when I upgraded my display driver, every time I wake up my laptop from sleep it does not recognize my TV properly - video is played properly on TV but no audio. Only restarting the laptop fixes the issue (re-inserting the cable doesn't help).

Driver I installed:

I tried to reinstall the driver, didn't help.
Help please

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I recently installed Fedora Core 9, and when i finished updating, i changed the driver from the generic vesa display package, to an ati display package. I have a ATI Radeon 4850. The package claim it had current radeon drivers, and said that i would need to restart the X server. When i restarted it would not load up in a gui mode, and brought me to the terminal login window, i logged in under root, and used the display command, and it said that X server could not be found. Is there a command i can use in the terminal inferface to reset/change the display package back to a generic one, so i can re-enter fedora in a GUI mode. Thank You.

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Recently i switched from Linux to Windows and downloaded all the official drivers from download center, but i'm unable to install the video card driver either of Inter or AMD, both says "this computer does not meet the minimum requirement" and my WiFi of this device stopped working along with, i have to use wired connection now, please let me know the fix for these issues.
(Dell Inspiron 3521 : Windows 10 64 bit)

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I have Gateway m 6823 notebook, which came with WIndows Vista. I have downgraded from Vista to XP, and was very surprised that there were absolutely no drivers for XP on gateway website for this model. I have searched intel and other sites and found XP drivers that work fine on my notebook now. I got wireless card working, sound, touchpad, the motherboard chipset driver and etc.

Now i have also downloaded Intel Video Driver Version: Which is actually works on this machine. I can now choose from many different resolution in display settings, and the stand by option available, and picture itself is clear. But there is a huge problem. The screen is too dark. What is the issue?

It is not a hardware problem, monitor is ok. Once I uninstall the driver it is bright as usual. Adjusting the brightness with FN combination has no affect. I tried also installing older versions of this driver but same issue. It is still dark. The only way to adjust brightness is in driver utility itself, but that is not doing what it supposed to do.

Please help. I need you help.

Thanks you guys.

A:Windows XP video/graphic driver issue!

You have probably done all that can be done. If you can't find the correct driver, or the one you have is not adjustable, then you may have to deal with a dark screen, or remove it and deal with the reduced resolution. If Gateway had no drivers, it is because this model was never sold with XP and there was no need. No one is making many new drivers for an operating system that is almost 10-years-old and been replaced by 2 generations of new operating systems.

It is surprising when XP even supports some new hardware since its kernel was designed before this new hardware even existed.

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Well first off my computer specs are
2gb ddr 400 kingston
asus p4p800 E deluxe AGP 8X
2 300gb 8mb buffer seagate hard drives
80 gb western digital 8mb buffer
seasonic 600 watt power supply
one network card
3.0 ghz p4
Ati Radeon X850 XT 256mb

Had the card for about a week know using the lastest omega drivers , never liked the stock drivers worked fine though. Nothing overclocked it , but today well playing The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay. It restarted once , but I have not got it to restart again since then. Then I started to see some distortion well playing the game. Some really long longs coming off the character. So I stopped playing that , and started up WOW to see if it was the video games vault or a driver issue. Wow was showing close to the same probelms , then I saw on my desktop like little red lines , not a ton of them but a few , up the refresh rate and it helped. So I uninstalled the omega driver and installed the stock ati driver off the cd, same thing. Then removed that one , and installed the lastest driver still the same thing. Any clue as to what the probelm is ? I have no idea. Please help.

A:Ati x850 video card driver issue

Please delete , double posted by acted sorry

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I have a dell gx270 that I obtained as a machine to just have windows 7 on it. I installed windows 7 and I havent experienced a freeze or hang up howerver i cant change my resolution from 640x480 to anything else.

I tried the video driver on dell and intel (the 845g). I even went into options and ran it in XP SP2 mode and as administrator. any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

the pc is a dell gx270 with a 2.66ghz p4 processor, 1gb RAM, and a 120gb hdd.


A:video driver issue on dell gx270 please help

I also had this same problem.

To get this to work, I installed Vista (Home Edition) first, installed the main drivers from the dell website - R58182 (audio), R58201 (chipset), R59444 (network), R126991 (graphics) - and performed an upgrade to Windows 7. Hopefully that works...

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Hi All, I'm editting this post as I think I need to get down to remedial instructions on how to install this new video card.

I'm running Windows 8 on my pc using an Asus M2A-VM motherboard. I was using the onboard video card which uses the ati 1250 drivers that I finally got to work with Windows 8.

I'm trying to install an Asus HD5450 card but Win8 will not boot with it installed. It will get to the black screen with the blue windows logo and the black spinning dots but will hang there. Also can't get into a safe boot with the card installed (shift & F8)

I've tried the following steps so far:
1. Uninstalled the 1250 driver which leaves the Generic driver, shut down the machine and installed the Card. Win8 doesn't boot.
2. Tried to install the CCC driver for the 5450 before installing the card. Windows says it already has the proper driver.
3. Installed card with the 1250 driver. Win8 won't boot.
4. Checked bios with card installed, shows PCIEx as primary display adapter.

Am I missing a step somewhere? I've never had so much problems installing a video card before but this has got me beat.
Thanks in advance.

A:Video Driver issue with Win8 and Asus M2A-VM

bumped as I editted the main post.

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Hi. So I'm not entirely sure what I did but I was using AMD Catalyst control center and I clicked on something and my monitor began displaying "Input not supported". I restarted my computer and once windows loaded up it began displaying it again. Ive been trying for some time now to find a solution. I found that safe mode does in fact work. If I go into safe mode I can delete my video drivers and restart my computer. At that point my computer will start normally and run normally for the most part(It seems I can't play games in this state). It will automatically reinstall my video drivers. Once the drivers are reinstalled and the computer restarts the problem begins again.

A:Video Driver Issue (Input not supported)

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My Dad installed Windows 7 onto my computer and the display quality was kind of big and blurry-ish. I could read and see everything just fine but I didn't like the blurry look. I went into Device Manager and the Video Controller showed a yellow exclamation and said it was not up to date. So I got a video controller driver off a website that I can't remember now, I'm almost positive it was the one from Dell's official drivers but one that was compatible with Windows XP (what my computer originally came with, since thats what driver came up when I put in my service tag). After I updated the driver in device manager and restarted my computer and the picture is all distorted in like green, blue, and purples.

I have a Dell Inspiron B130 that I got like 5 years ago. I'm planning to get a new computer anyways, but I wanted to fix this so we can use it as a fully functioning and usable just older, less fancy family computer. I would love any help there is to offer. Thank you!!!

A:Video Controller Driver issue on my Windows 7

An XP driver generally will not work for Windows 7. Did you check on the Dell site for Windows 7 drivers? Did you run the Windows 7 upgrade adviser before upgrading? Most XP machines will not be able to run Windows 7 because of the lack of driver availability. I would take it back to XP.

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Alright I need some advice on this one. I was running Unreal Tournament 3 this evening and my video driver (nv4_disp.dll) stopped working for some reason unknown to me. Anyways, I had been playing the game for maybe 45min and everything was running smooth until everything went black and I was thrown onto a really ugly desktop with an error message. The message basically told me that the driver stopped (duh) and that I needed to reboot the machine.

I've attached a pic of what my desktop looked like after the driver failed. I didn't get a blue screen (so no minidump) but I was prompted with a serious error pop up box when Windows restarted. Do you guys think this is just a faulty driver or could it be heat related? I did NOT have my VGA fans running at full speed so maybe all the power finally caught up with the cards? Here are my current specs:

XFX 8600GT XXX - 2 in SLi
ForceWare version 175.19 (WHQL)

As you can see in the pic the CPU temps were fine and the "CHASSIS2" indicator is actually the speed of one of the GPU cooling fans. I can usually find a solution to my own display issues but this is one of the most hardcore problems yet! I hope someone will be able to help me out. Thanks in advance for any input!

A:Video Driver Ceased, Heat Issue? (PIC)

try running the fans at full speed or if there is an automatic setting set to that it may fix the problem. it does look like a heat issue to me.

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Hi all,I have a Probook HP4730s and I have just upgraded to windows 10. I have installed a SSD When on windows 7 it was lightning fast. When I updated to windows 10, it has shown a problem that I am lead to belive is a graphics driver issue. I start the laptop and it does the POST, then windows logo and the whirlygig thing, the the screen goes black, then a few seconds later I see that the backight turns. It is like that for about 60 - 90 seconds than you see the windows logo again and starts up. I have updated the bios - no changeI have plugged in an external monitor there is nothing on the external monitor.I have done a fresh install of windows 10 and when it has the windows graphics driver it seems to work fine, as soon as it updates to the intel driver it has this problem.I have done a fresh install of windows 7 and updated to 10, same thing. Looking on line there are no windows 10 drivers for the intel graphic chipset. I am sure I will not be the only one with this issue.I am happy using windows 7 but it is nice having windows not nagging you to update. Any other help would be appriciated. It is only a 4 year old laptop so not worth dumping. Once it has started up it is fine. CheersJohn

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Product Model: Dimension 2400
Service Tag: 9BWV351

I'm having trouble figuring out which driver to use, the Dell support site lists 4 different possible drivers. I've tried 3 of them, 2 of them worked for a while, then video goes into a horrible mode and/or I get a device driver error message. I can leave it in default 640 mode and it works fine. Can anyone tell me which driver to use, and exactly how to install it?

I tried posting on Dell Support, they deleted my post because I listed the service tag.

A:Dell Dimension 2400 Video Driver Issue

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I have a Dell Dimensions 8400 Desktop PC running Windows XP. I recently reinstalled the O/S again. Upon doing this I have had a really tough time with the Video Card driver. My Video Card is ATI Radeon X300. I have tried installing the driver for this from the Dell website and from ATI direct with no luck. Once I install the driver it seems like it installs correctly, but it really does not. It asks me to reboot and I do, but after I see windows load the screen just stays black. Then I boot into safe mode and I see in Device Manager that the X300 Driver is in correctly. I then have to uninstall the Driver just to get windows to boot up again. During the Install of the driver it does give me the warning that Windows XP does not recognize this driver (Or a very similar message). I have tried updating the driver through Microsoft Updates, but this has not worked. I have also received quite a few Blue Screen's, which I assume is the result on an incompatible driver. Could the actual Video Card be faulty. Thanks for any suggestions.

A:Dell Dimensions Video Card Driver issue!

What's your service tag?
Do you also have integrated video?

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I have a new Inspiron 3650 with the Intel HD Graphics  530 system and the Dell Update program tells me there is a Graphics update for my system but the update is for HD 6000 system. I've downloaded drivers for both Video systems and neither one works. The error message tells me the update does not apply to my system. What video drivers do I need?


Computer Manufacturer
Dell Inc.

Computer Model

Operating System (O/S)
Microsoft Windows 10 (build 14393), 64-bit

Operating System Build (O/S)

Operating System (version)


Graphics Product [1]
Intel(R) HD Graphics 530

Graphics Driver Version

3D Acceleration

Hardware Transform & Lighting Support

Video Memory
4.0 GB

Vertex Shader Support

Pixel Shader Support

Microsoft DirectX* Version

Current Graphics Resolution

Current Color Depth
32 Bits Per Pixel

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I restored a M700z to Window 7 using the recovery media but it didnt install none of the drivers. i used lenovo support website to install all drivers except the PCI communication driver and Video driver as non on the website worked. Can someone please point me into the right direction regarding this issue.

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Hi @ll
We recently got a Precision 5520 for our company, we were able to image the machine using windows 7 however we cant install the  video driver, always an error saying this PC does not meet the minimum requirements appear, on the device manager the driver installed is VGA Standard which we cannot update, any help with this will be appreciated
Currently this laptop does not recognise external monitors.

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I have recently purchased Dell Monitor S2240T. It is full HD Monitor with touch interface.
I have windows 10 OS installed on my Dell Laptop, Inspiron 640M(2006 Model). Not having the HDMI or DVI ports on my laptop.  
Other Laptop Specification:
Genuine Intel CPU, T2050, Dual Core processor 1.60Ghz*2, 3GB RAM, 32 bit Operative system, x86-based Processor, 14.1" WXGA+ Ultra Sharp TFT Laptop Display, Intel(R) Media Accelerator 950 Graphics upto 224MB shared system Memory, Intel 945GM Chipset.

In order to get full Resolution of 1920*[email protected], I need to Install the windows 10 Chipset driver and video card driver. Right now the resolution is 1024*[email protected]
Kindly help me to resolve the issue so that I can get, full use of Newly bought monitor. Otherwise screen is blurry, whitish and pages open like spreaaad-sheet.
Please provide me link to download the aforesaid drivers or kindly suggest any other option to get 1920*1080 resolution.

A:Windows 10 chipset driver and video card driver for Dell Inspiron 640M - 2006 model

You will not get win 10 video or chipset drivers for the old laptop since they don't exist, so you have to make do with lower resolutions on the new monitor. Touch will not work on the old laptop. Time to upgrade to a new computer!

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Hi mates,i hope you doing well i have some issue in my pc netbook thinkpad x201 when i installed driver i get black screen since windows 7  log in i try to uninstall driver from safe mode and networking windows start with normal mode without graphics card driver without brightness control i try to install all driver that has compatibale with hardware material    

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There have been numerous posts about S-Video cables producing black and white features, but hear me out before saying: change the cable, change the adapter, change the video player, etc. I've read a lot so far about such problems, but there wasn't really a similar problem described like mine so here it is:

scart to composite/S-video adapter with [email protected] videoplayer
S-video cable 15m
MSI geforce NX6600GT with s-video out

You probably noticed the long cable, but I think only image quality can be affected by that, and not the colour information. If I'm wrong, please tell me, otherwise let's not take the length of the cable into account.

Description: Only getting a black and white image on the tv when cloning or using a dual view with detonator drivers. Tried both MSI drivers included with the geforce and the latest detonator drivers v77.72.
Both gave me a black and white image.

Funny thing: I get full colour when:
1) I used my geforce4 ti4200 with same setup (but I'd like to use my newer graph card ofc)
2) I uninstall my detonator drivers and cloning is automatically on (but obviously this is not an option either, no direct3D, no opengl no nothing)
3) during bootup before it loads the detonator drivers (I even get a Windows logo in colour).

Installing the detonator drivers makes the footage black and white. Also at the same time when I use the S-Video, I use the composite out which DOES give me a full colour even ... Read more

A:Black and white image using S-video cable to SCART - Driver Issue?

You'll be the one to actually sort it out, you've the hardware to use and to see for yourself.

Simplified - There're 3 seperate distinctions causing combinations of problems... S-VIDEO, Composite, NTSC/PAL.

S-VIDEO - The Chroma signal gave you color, unlike the Luminance signal which gave you black and white, Chroma is an extremely phase-sensitive signal.

Additional cable length or additional adapter meant additional extra delay, additional extra phase shift, and too much of it be resultant of wrong color or no color at all, no color by default is Luminance only which got through and is black and white.

Composite - The Chroma signal is encoded as a color burst (still Phase-sensitive) within the Luminance signal (in the front-porch segment).

Composite is LESS sensitive ("less sensitive" does not mean "impervious") to color loss than S-VIDEO from the fact that Chroma being embeded within Luminance partially compensated for the extra delay or extra phase shift (they shifted together better).

Composite is more *****-proof than S-VIDEO, S-VIDEO is more *****-proof than RGB.

NTSC/PAL - The basic difference is frequency, a frequency change IS a phase shift. eg, resulting in wrong color or no color at all on top of sync problems.

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i would like to know how to download hp  pavilion dv6000 video driver for windows 7

A:I need driver for Hp pavilion dv6000 video driver for win7

Intel or nVidia video?

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