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No display outputs using DVI-D to VGA adapter

Q: No display outputs using DVI-D to VGA adapter


A client for our business requires dual outputs from a PC we built for them. The motherboard for the PC is the H81M-PLUS which has VGA and DVI-D on board.

We tested 5 different DVI-D to VGA adapters and on every one we weren't able to get any display on the monitor. When we attempted dual displays with one using the onboard VGA to a monitor with VGA and the other using the DVI-D to VGA adapter which lead to another VGA monitor of the same model it was able display the VGA to VGA but not the adapted display. Using the VGA to VGA monitor we went into the display settings and saw that windows could see the second monitor but just couldn't display it.

The machines we tested on also have the same motherboard.

In summary using the adapters we can't get any displays.

Is there any way to fix this without installing a graphics card?

Thanks in advance.

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A: No display outputs using DVI-D to VGA adapter

Quote: Originally Posted by sushi96


A client for our business requires dual outputs from a PC we built for them. The motherboard for the PC is the H81M-PLUS which has VGA and DVI-D on board.

We tested 5 different DVI-D to VGA adapters and on every one we weren't able to get any display on the monitor. When we attempted dual displays with one using the onboard VGA to a monitor with VGA and the other using the DVI-D to VGA adapter which lead to another VGA monitor of the same model it was able display the VGA to VGA but not the adapted display. Using the VGA to VGA monitor we went into the display settings and saw that windows could see the second monitor but just couldn't display it.

The machines we tested on also have the same motherboard.

In summary using the adapters we can't get any displays.

Is there any way to fix this without installing a graphics card?

Thanks in advance.

Those do not work cause they are passive adapters you need an active adapter as the vga is all analog and the DVI-D is all digital. You need something like this for the second screen Amazon.com: StarTech.com DVI2VGAE 1920x1200 DVI-D to VGA Active Adapter Converter Cable: Electronics

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I bought a second hand gaming PC (i7 4770 RX480 win10) recently, the only way I can get any display to show on my monitor is through the HDMI port, it has three other display ports on the GPU, and HDMI/VGA/dvi on the motherboard.

I've checked using multiple monitors and two brand new cables and the only port that seems to send any signal is the HDMI in the graphics card.

Is this a drivers or config issue?

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Hello, I've an old AMD RadeonHD4890 (ASUS EAH4890) which recently has run into issues. This summer it was used for long gaming sessions (about 5 hours per day), with about 40c ambient temperature and the card running at 75c and being cleaned every 2 or 3 weeks with blower. But during a lightweight web surfing it just stopped working.

It does have 2x DVI outputs, one doesn't output anything anymore and the other one outputs corrupted image. What I've tried so far:
- Using HDMI output (bundled DVI->HDMI adapter)
- Swapping RAM slots
- Checking and reconnecting PCI-Express power cables

I was planning to replace the card with an AMD R9 380 but at the moment it's being sold as 1.5-2x the price tag in local shops (I live in Iran) due to low quantity and US sanctions, I can't afford it yet. So I was wondering is it possible to repair the card and what kind of issue are we dealing with here?

Booting the Windows 7:

Booting the Arch Linux (running in software rendering mode, hardware acceleration disabled)


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Windows 7 EnterpriseSystem does not see or react to external display when connectedNothing displays when connectedExternal display says nothing connectedTried multiple dongles - same results
Other system that include a VGA connector work just fine to same external display.

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Hi,Our 7040 minitower has two standard (not ++) DisplayPorts.  Our monitor is dvi-D (dual-link). Dell supplied the tower with a DisplayPort to dvi adapter.  The advice received was that this adapter wouldn't work because it was passive.However, hooked it up and the dvi-D (dual-link) monitor displayed perfectly.Would anyone know why this adapter succeeded (when apparently it shouldn't have)?

A:How did this passive display adapter do the job that should have needed an active adapter?

Its not a passive adapter.
HDMI is bi directional and passive.
Display port is not.

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I know there are several threads but they are with different cards and they didn't solve my issue...

I bought a new MEDION AKOYA P5334E and the system arrived installed normally with win7 home edition.

I've installed on the computer the win7 enterprise edition (x64) and many drivers could not be find. I've installed nost of them, except the display adapter.
It's stuck on "standard vga graphic adapter".
I have the AMD Radeon HD7570 card but no matter what I try is not working!!!
tried to uninstall the current driver, tried to download the driver from the AMD website (when executing it - it's running but does nothing).
when executed the auto detect from AMD website, I got the message "we were unable to find your product or OS"

Will be greatful for any help!!!
Thanks a lot!!!

A:display adapter is stuck on standard vga adapter

Welcome to the Sevem Forums, Oraz.

If you still have the DVD of Windows 7 home edition and if it is also 64-bit then you might find the graphics adapter driver there which might get installed. Otherwise try installing Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD7570 in Windows XP SP3 mode.

Another option is to try installing the Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD7570 that you have downloaded in the safe mode. In case the this driver gets loaded in the safe mode then it shall install too.

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I had to reinstall windows 7 on my acer aspire 5560g laptop, I installed the drivers on the Acer site. I found the legacy updates for my cards and installed them. And I am still having problems.

The monitor is not showing the native resolution of 1366 x 768, it's topping out at 1024 x 768, it's refusing to let me use the built in screen savers. It's supposed to be a duel graphics system and the device manager lists two under the display drivers. Both are listed as standard vga display. One with the little yellow exclamation mark. It's driving me nutty. Can someone help me?

On a side note, the slider for screen brightness has also gone missing, and the fn brightness control doesn't work either.

A:Display adapter now listed as standard vga display

You are missing the graphics drivers. To save you some time here I gave you a link:

Acer Aspire 5560G Drivers Download for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Vista, XP

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Help.... i accidentally turned of my display adapter and now i can't see to re enable it what can i do to solve this???

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I reformatted my hard drive and now when when it is trying to find new hardware,it continues for a long time. I shut it down and went into safe mode and I look into device manager and at one time there were over a 100 display adapters listed (all the same) I have pulled my video adapter out and it is an S3 Trio64
9524 B35311.2
Where can I find that driver.
I have deleted all the repeated adapters and rebooted and it does it again. Can anyone help?

A:Display adapter


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Hey everyone!I got my new notebook and installed a windows 8.1 on it and now i cant use the dedicated card only the intel graphics one.Its definetly in BIOS settings but i cant unlock the advanced option in this beauty...... so i could use some help     (insydeh20 F.25 ) (...and yes i tried setting it in nvidia control panel but no banana) Thanks in advance.

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I just built a computer and when I boot up win ME I get an error - 'Display adapter is not configured properly....'. Then it
goes through the add Softwared Wizard, but finds none.
My Display settings are as follows:

Unknown Monitor on Unknown Device

and only lets me choose 16 colors

Is this because my video card is not good or
my monitor drivers are not installed or something


A:Display adapter

This is because the AGP slot (assuming you have an AGP video card) is not recognized by Windows. Try installing from the drivers of your video card: search in the drivers CD of it, the folder Win98 or WinME, and run the program Setup. In this way it should work. Good luck.

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So I was givin this Vaio VGC-RB30 from a coworker. It had Windows XP Home Edition on it, and it was running horribly so I decided to use a Windows XP Pro disk on the computer. I reformatted to NSFS and loaded up pro.

Everything runs normally but I play this game (Maple Story) and when I try starting it I get an error message. From talking with their support team I came to find that I don't have the option Display Adapter in the Device Manager. Thu further research and help from them it seems I don't have a driver for my display card or monitor. I have tried to download both of these with no success. Says I don't meet the requirements or some other error. Also I haven't been able to download Itunes or a few other little things. With a bit of research on the tower I learned this model never came with XP Pro. Only HE and ME.

So I'm not to sure what to do about my situation apart from putting a new OS on here. I was leaning towards HE because that's what the computer came with stock.

Also an extra piece of info that may be helpful is that my graphics card is a Intel GMA 900. And my monitor is an HP vs17e

Thanks for taking the time to read this and I hope someone can help, I've been dealing with this all day and all my research hasn't seemed to solve this problem.

A:No Display Adapter

You can download the original video driver from the Sony website:

You can get the latest driver from the Intel website:

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I was updating my display drivers on my new Vista rig.

But the display adapter change from NVidea GeForce to a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter.

Is there a way to change the Adapter back to what it suppost to be? Am having some gaming issues when launching some games. Saying that the display adapter isnt compatible with directx.

Appreciate any constructive input/feedback. Thanks in advance!

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I have a problem with my display adapter (NVIDIA Vanta LT) It says it is not configured properly when I try to start my computer.
Then when I try to restart my computer I get an error message-
File Name: NVCORE(01) + 0000BC71 Error: OE : 0028 : C15520A1

I reinstalled all the drivers for it and still doesn't work.

Do you think I need to get a new display adapter?

A:Display Adapter

restart the machine, just after the memory count and before windows loading message start tapping the F8 key, from the startup menu choose safemode.
Once in windows Click the Start button and select Find, and then Files and Folders...
Make sure the Find applet is set to search your C:\ drive and do a search for "nv*.*" - without
the quotes
Look for any files found in the C:\Windows\System and C:\Windows\Inf and C:\Windows\Help
Select these files and delete them (do NOT empty them from the Recycle Bin until you know
your upgrade has been a success)
Exit the Find applet .

Now reinstall your video card drivers and reboot. I would suggest downloading updated drivers as your drivers could be corrupt. You can get the newest at www.nvidia.com

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Can anyone help me. I have reinstalled win98 and now I only get 2 and 16bit in my colors. All I see on the computer is grey's and blue's. I have a s3trio3d(365/366) video card.So if anyone knows where I can get a new card to download it would be great.Thank-you

A:display adapter

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

You will need to install the drivers for your graphics card.

If you do a google search for your model of graphics card you shouldn`t have any trouble finding them. Just make sure you download the correct drivers for your os.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:

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I was trying to install Minecraft and run it but it didn't load in and it said i need a new Display adapter and my current display adapter is a Standard VGA Graphics Adapter and every time i install a new one i need to restart my computer but when i'm logging in instead of going to the normal what user to log in as it goes to a screen saying frequency out of range lower resolution and i do lower my resolution and try to log back in the same screen comes up again and any help is good help thanks


OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
Other OS Description Not Available
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name USER-PC
System Manufacturer Gateway
System Model SX2855
System Type x64-based PC
Processor Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU G460 @ 1.80GHz, 1800 Mhz, 1 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date American Megatrends Inc. P01-B2, 8/16/2011
SMBIOS Version 2.7
Windows Directory C:\Windows
System Directory C:\Windows\system32
Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume2
Locale United States
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.1.7601.17514"
User Name User-PC\Administrator
Time Zone Central Standard Time
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 2.00 GB
Total Physical Memory 1.95 GB
Available Physical Memory 1.03 GB
Total Virtual Memory 4.18 GB
Available Virtual Memory 2.85 GB
Page File Space 2.24 GB
Page File C:\pagefile.sys

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the problem of my  laptop is that they can not low the brightness always the brig htness is full and i can not fix this problem i do not know how to fix this problem any one who can show me how to fix it.

A:display adapter

Hi, Did you downgrade/upgrade your machine ? Please try       http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c00832191 Regards.

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I have a Dell Latitude Cpx laptop with 256mb ram and PIII processor. Recently, there is something wrong with my display. The color appears on the screen as there no display adapter driver installed. But this happen for some time and then it turns back to normal again. and then after 5 or 10 minutes it starts doing it again. The display adapter is ATI RageMobility 8MB. I did download the driver from Dell's website and installed it but it remains the same. i have tried decreasing the hardware acceleration bar as well but nothing happens. I have also tried decreasing the refresh rate, decreasing screen resolution, uninstalling the adapter driver and then rebooting in safe mode. But nothing has worked. I did install a software named Driver Detective and it tells me that my display driver is out of date. I am not sure what to do about it. Would be much greatful if you can help me with this. Many thanks

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I am running Win 98SE. Since changing my video card to an ATI All in Wonder 128 it doesn't seem to recognize my no name plug + play monitor's full potential. If I go into device manager and click on the monitor and then click refresh, it fixes it. Any suggestions on making it bootup that way?

A:{RESOLVED} Display adapter

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My display adapter had a problem...cant Exceed full resolution..already uninstall the driver but cant fix.

A:Display Adapter Problem.

Mind giving us your laptop brand and model number?

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I have a HP Compaq CQ56 Notebook with Windows 7 OS. The display adapter, also called a graphics or video card I understand, is an AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250. The driver version, as shown in Device Manager, is 8.770.2.2000. It is dated 29/9/2010. This driver was provided by the HP website and updated recently from the Driver Manager.

When I looked on the AMD drivers website and the AMD Drivers Auto Detect Utility I found that the recommended driver is titled '13-9-legacy_Vista_Win7_64_dd_ccc_whql.exe'. This is a more recent driver.
The AMD site adds the note that 'Chipset Drivers not included'. I do not know how relevant that note is with regard to the Display Adapter.
Would it be advisable to change to the latest AMD driver or just stick with what is there?

A:Which Display Adapter driver should I use?

Are you having problems with the display? If not don't fix what's not broke.

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i have recently reinstalled win95 on my compaq deskpro PIII 500mhz but i can only get 16 colours, i have the drivers for the adapter and monitor but there is a conflict in resources with

Memory Range 41000000 - 41FFFFFF used by:
PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge
Memory Range 40000000 - 40000FFF used by:
PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge
Input/Output Range 1000 - 10FF used by:
PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge

the display adapter is an ATI VGA wonder pro. any help most grateful

A:display adapter conflict

Delete it and reboot. It may switch to a different location and eleminate the conflict.

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I have 2 TVs currently serving as my screens. I've lately been helping family and friends fix small issues on their computers. I've come across a few PCs that have only a VGA Display Port, while both of my screens only have HDMI ports.
I asked someone at a local parts store, if a wire that is VGA male one side and HDMI male the other, would do the job. He told me in long detail why that would never work, that I needed a signal converter to change the display signal.
Basically he said when adapting a VGA screen to a HDMI port was possible, and the reverse (HDMI screen to VGA port in pc) is not.

My question is, if I bought the cord linked below, would I have to do anything else other than just plugging it in? Or do I indeed need this converter I was told about?

Thanks in advance


A:VGA to HDMI Display Adapter

You will need a signal converter of some type. A simple wire cable with different connectors on each end will not work. A VGA output has three analog video signals. An HDMI input expects all digital signals.

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Hi I was in my control panel went to display adapters and saw I had 2 of them I accidentally disabled one called intel (R) Hd 530 and now my pc won't load up what do I do ?

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I recently installed Windows 95 on a dell Optiplex from 1994 and all was well until I realized that I couldn't change my resolution or colors from 16 bit. I got an error message that read "display adapter not configured properly". I have tried many things and can't get it to work. Please note that I am using the vga port on the motherboard and not a video card. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

A:Win 95 display adapter issue

Not sure what you are intending to do with Windows 95 but why not I'll bite. You just need to install the correct graphics driver. What is the exact model of Optiplex you have?

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I currently found out that my TV supports 1080p.
However, it only works when HDMI is plugged in. And my card only has DVI output. And i was wondering, will the 1080p work with a DVI to HDMI adapter then?


A:Display HDMI Adapter

Yes this would..

This might help to give you an indication of what cable you could get.
Cable converts HDMI to DVI or DVI to HDMI - Cable 1080p Certified

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My boot sector got screwed up and I had to reinstall Windows. I reinstalled by lan driver, audio drivers, usb 2.0, etc. I had a problem with my video driver. I have a radeon 9800 It said please install a standard vga adapter and retry or something all those lines. So I did the basic trouble shooting ie playing around in device manager, starting in vga mode, going to the control panel and accessing the display menu, nothing worked. I realized that device manager does not even have recognize my display adapter and that it is VGASafe as a driver. Does any one know how to fix this?

A:Display Adapter Problem


Did you install its latest display driver from ATI? http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/radeonx-xp.html

Its needed and it may fix things. You didn't reset the CMOS did you when reinstalling?

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I am currently having issues with a harddrive migration.

Long story, I had an MSI MS-1721 laptop, so it had vista on it and came preloaded for the ATI graphics card in it. That laptop is now completely dead, the motherboard is fried. So I transferred the harddrive and the RAM to an older laptop I have, which is an HP dv6108nr. It has the Intel Mobile 945GM Express chipset, and everything works, the sound, and it registers the RAM, which is 4 gigs. Everything but the display adapters.

When I look at the device manager the display adapter has an error, and it's Code 12: the device cannot find enough resources. I have tried many different things in order to get this to work, uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers many times, updating the BIOS, and several other things.

Is there something simple that I'm missing?

A:Display Adapter Issues

Hello and welcome.

The MAX ram you can install on the HP dv6108nr 2048 mb which is two gig of DDR2.


Can you remove the RAM you fitted please and see if the error goes away?


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Hello all!

Setup: New Vista PC (bargain-rack special - a bare-bones office machine with Vista Home Basic) has a built-in VGA adapter. I want to do the two-monitor setup, so I plugged in my ATI video card as the second video driver.

Problem: When I boot the machine, I get the following error:

Incompatible display adapter has been disabled. At least one display adapter on the system has been disabled because its driver is not compatible with the driver for the VGA adapter.

What I find odd, though perhaps it is not odd to you, is that the internal driver was the one disabled - the ATI card is now defaulted as the main (and only enabled) driver. In Control Panel, it does not say that the drivers or controllers are disabled, but instead that there are problems. Clicking on Troubleshoot does nothing at all.


A:Incompatible Display Adapter

Let's start with the obvious couple things:

1) Could you provide system specs (something like what's in my signature block)?
2) Did you install Catalyst 7.12? (Drivers & Software Select your system and card)

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My problem is pretty similar to this one : http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/773791-solved-display-adapter-not-working.html
In Device Manager, my NVIDIA Display Adapter has the yellow question mark. The information says: "This device cannot start. (Code 10)".
But I dont have registry backup, because I have had this problem for like 2 years. I have XP PRO SP3. Reinstalling the drivers doesnt work. How can I restore my registry to the start I'd like to go back like 2 years, it worked then.

I'm sorry for my bad english but I hope you guys understand.
Thank You!
/Okay, I'll talk more about it. I found a system checkpoint in system restore, it was 2002 year. It didnt change anything, everythings the same. So I installed nvidia drivers again from original cd and it also didnt change anything, I removed them and still, nothing. So I got myself Everest and it sayd that my desktop device technology is Raster Display, I have never even heard of it.. What is that and how to remove it? I think that is the source of the problem, because when I try to run nview, it says that the program had no work to do and stopped. Also, I didnt find any signs of other display technologys at Control panel-Administrative Tools-Services.. Need help, I know some of you know whats the problem. Btw my video card is MX440-8x. The graphics are pretty ok in the internet and so, but games wont run and it doesnt roll pages down smooth. Also it wont play any movies.. Pl... Read more

A:Display Adapter not working

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I have a compaq 420 laptop with C2D(21.Ghz) processor. I am not able to install video driver for Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family on Windows XP x64.
I am able to do the same for winXP x86.
The Intel video driver and control panel app (sp47937.exe) on HP site does not work for win xp x64(says the computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software). This thing works for WINXP x86.
I tried installing chipset drivers (winxp64_14428.exe) from intel site but that also says not verified by the vendor.
I have WINXP x64 Service pack 2 installed..
I am currently making use of Default Monitor VGA driver. The problem is this does not support Hibernate mode and the application for screen brightness etc does not work..

Please help Me install the appropriate Intel CHipset drivers for WinXP x64.

A:Display adapter driver

Hi Ash,

This won't be much help: X32 and X64 refer to the OS. X86 refers to the Processor and is a very old designation. Most all processors are X86. Go for an X64 driver.

Good Luck, Jim

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Hi, I just bought a brand new Dell Studio XPS 9000 with an ATI Radeon HD 5880 video card and whenever I try to play games i.e. BFBC2, WoW, Alien Versus Predator, and really just about everything the video card will stop responding and then quickly reboot. I've had the computer for a day now and I've been constantly looking up solutions and have not found one. I'm having the Kernel-Power Event ID 41 issue but I'm not sure how to update my BIOS (I'm very unfamiliar with Windows 7) and I'm also not even sure if that's the entire problem. If anyone can offer any help it'd be greatly appreciated.

A:Display Adapter Not Responding

I have that same PC, it's listed in my profile as a 435T/9000 because it was the 435T then they rebadged it but still the same. Here is what is always the first rule with any PC you got via the post, UPS or any other carrier. Pull the power cord while the machine is off. Remove the screws holding the cover then remove the cover, ground yourself with one hand on the power supply, it's the large silver cube where your power cable was plugged to. With your other hand push down on any video card, sound card or any card taking up a slot, a long block on the motherboard. Pull back the tabs to release the RAM chips and reseat them, then push every cable going to the drives to ensure they are tight then follow them to the motherboard and do the same thing, those that go to the power supply need only to be taken care of on the board or drives. Put the cover back and the screws, the power plug and start the PC. Let us know how it goes from there, take your time and don't rush, if you are nervous maybe a friend, family member or co-worker can assist you, welcome to Seven Forums.

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I recently formatted my hard drive and foolishly forgot to backup my drivers, now I have no idea what Display Adapter Driver to download. Here are my computer details:
Operating System Microsoft Windows ME
OS Service Pack None
Internet Explorer 5.50.4134.0100 (IE 5.5 - Windows Me)
CPU Type AMD Athlon-PECM, 1211 MHz (6 x 202)
Motherboard Name Asus A7VL-VM (3 PCI, 2 DIMM, Video)
Motherboard Chipset VIA VT8364 Apollo KL133
System Memory 112 MB (PC133 SDRAM)
BIOS Type Award Medallion (03/22/01)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM2)
Communication Port ECP Printer Port (LPT1)

Video Adapter Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA)
3D Accelerator S3 Savage4
Monitor Proview 17-inch 775/776/778

Audio Adapter VIA AC'97 Audio Controller


Primary IP Address
Primary MAC Address 00-00-00-00-00-00
Network Adapter PPP Adapter.

Can someone please help?


A:Display Adapter Driver

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yesterday i formatted my laptop then when i open it i dont see thd AMD and intel corei5 in the display adapter,

A:i cant see my amd and intel in the display adapter

Hi,I assume your notebook is HP Notebook - 14-ac101nx (ENERGY STAR)For notebooks with switchable graphics modes, this package includes drivers for both graphics processing units (GPUs).Download, save and install this AMD/Intel switchable graphics driver:https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/swdetails/hp-14-ac100-notebook-pc-series/8499318/mo...Restart system. Check.Your driver page: https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-14-ac100-notebook-pc-series/8499318/model/901497...RegardsVisruth

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im so tired to fix my display adapter, it has a yellow mark on my "Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family"
i already uninstall the hardware and re-install again but it says "Cannot Start This Hardware" windows cannot load the device maybe corrupted or missing. (Code 39)
. .and when im update the driver it says "Cannot Continue the hardware Update Wizard"
and still have the yellow mark on my hardware. . .

Im using:
Microsoft Windows xp
Version 2002
Service Pack 3

please Help me , , , ,,

thank you

A:Problem with Display Adapter, [Need Help]

Please post your system specs, To include Make and model System if Big Box, or same info for the following if custom or home built, Mother Board (including Revision number), Processor (Exact Model Number), Ram, Video Card, Hdd(s), Optical Drive(s), Power Supply Manufacturer Model, Wattage and Amperage on the +12V Rails, OS, and any other peripherals installed on the motherboard.

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OK, I have been dealing with this for two weeks now. Recently, I had my friend install windows NT on my Sony Vaio PCG-F560. NT didn't recognize my NeoMagic 256 XL+ display adapter. After running out of patience trying to get it to work, I purchased Windows 98SE, which was the original OS (I don't have the original OS disks). Now, Windows 98 still does not recognize my display adapter and it is not listed in the Windows list of diplay adapters. I have downloaded some drivers but they have not worked. At present, my computer with only display 16 colors at 640 x 480. PLEASE, PLEASE HELP. The display adapter recognized is a VGA display adapter. Also, my internal modem is no longer detected.

A:Display Adapter is not recognized

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Tried to play some games on my Samsung monitor (22'' at 1650x1050max res) with my new GTX 770, but it freezes and the monitor goes blank. Eg. I tried playing watchdogs at 800x600 it works fine. But if I use a higher resolution the GTX 770 freezes.

I tested it on my 42'' TV with a HDMI cable, it works on a high resolution

I'm thinking this is something to do with my monitors display adapter?
I've went to the screen resolution settings>display ... There's only one option, my sync master monitor. Should there be an option to select NVIDIA as my display adapter?
CPU: Intel? Core?2 Quad Processor Q9400 at 2.66 GHz
GPU: GTX 770 2GB DirectCU II
Memory RAM: 6GB
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
PSU: Corsair CX750M

A:Having a problem with my new GTX 770 display adapter?

You`re confusing your monitor with your display adapter, what does it show in Device Manager under Display adapter ?

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Two days ago my computer screen started flickering with a "stuck in an infinite loop" message and now really strange things are happening at startup, including sometimes flipping to a black screen with nothing but dollar signs across the whole screen. Usually it's so bad I can't even see the Windows screen and have to reboot 4-5 times. If I can ever make it past the startup process, it usually straightens itself out and won't cause problems until the next time I turn the computer on. The IT guy at my work took a look and said it looked like I needed a display adapter update, so I downloaded an updated version from nvidia.com, but the problems are still there and seem to be getting even worse. Any advice on this problem? Sometimes, the screen will go completely black (and any sound playing goes out too), and I'm afraid it eventually just won't come back at all!

Thanks for any help you guys can offer!

A:Display Adapter Update?

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I've had to install a new hard drive on a workstation. I've reinstalled NT4 with SP6a but I cannot change the graphics settings from the default of 640x480 and 16 colours. I've downloaded the relevant Intel drivers and ran the exe but it doesn't seem to do any good.

Can anyone help?

A:Graphics/Display Adapter

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Man... have I stepped in it this time. Hope someone out there can help.

I offered to help a friend clean up his malware-infested E-Machine etower 466id desktop running Windows 98 (original, not SE). AGP 2x video output.

Brought the tower home. No wonder it's infested - no Windows updates had ever been downloaded / applied, no antivirus software installed.

Removed all the spyware, started downloading / applying Windows updates. Had to go to work before I'd finished, so I brought the machine with me to the office in the hopes of finishing the project there.

My mistake... plugging in a LCD flatscreen monitor instead of the standard CRT. The Celeron 466 processor takes its time booting up, of course, but I get the following message:

"If you can read this message, Windows has successfully initialized this display adapter. To use this adapter as part of your Windows desktop, open the Display option in the Control Panel and adjust the settings on the Settings tab."

It then stops, dead in its tracks. I took it back home, thinking I'd just plug it back into the CRT I'd used initially. No dice. No display. Wonderful.

I looked through a couple of MS Knowledge Base articles - I think I unwittingly activated multiple display support?

Can't seem to find much information on how to reverse my mistake. Thought I'd try accessing the BIOS and resetting everything to factory defaults, but I can't seem to access the BIOS, either.

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A:Display Adapter Nightmare...

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Hey guys,i just downgraded from windows 10 to 7 64bit but now i have a major issue with my radeon 8670m graphic driver ihave done a lot but i coudnt get pass through error 43 it says'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems error 43'Plz help me to get pass through this issue THx

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i have a sony vaio pcv rx450, and the asus a7s-le mobo in it has onboard video. well, when i bought this computer, i installed a nvidia gforce 2, and now that i am selling this computer, i'm taking my nvidia card out.... but, how do i tell my computer to use the original display adapter? i am sure it has the drivers, but i don't know how to direct my computer to use them....
any help is much appreciated.

A:original display adapter

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Hi Guys,
Desperate need for help here. I recently build my desktop and my graphic card keep crashing whenever i play DOTA, watching movies on my desktop. Below are the necessary specs and log from my computer. Thks in advance.

OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 870 @ 2.93GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 30 Stepping 5
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 4094 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 1907626 MB, Free - 1054487 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P7P55D-E, Rev 1.xx, 107252740000832

A:Display Adapter Problems

(I thought I posted a reply but it doesn`t seem to have gone through .. sorry if this is duplicated.)
Make sure you`ve got the correct and up to date graphics driver installed for your particular system. It looks like it should be version 11.4 (link below).



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Due to a power cut I was forced to re-install windows 10 onto my old HP desktop computer, but the display is now squashed. When I look at the display adapter it just says "Microsoft Basic Display adapter"
I read somewhere that the correct adapter would be identified after windows 10 had updated, but windows 10 is now fully up to date and the correct display adapter has still not been detected.
The only resolution I can get is 1024 x 768. The resolution box is greyed out and the drop down arrow does not work, so I cannot change the resolution at all now.
Is there a way I can find out what my display adapter really is, so that I can get the correct driver for it?
Here are the details of my computer;
Compaq Pressario desktop PC
Model: SR 2029UK
prod#: RF78SAA-ABU
s/n: [personal information removed]
I do hope someone can help.  
Many thanks 

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After installing video drivers laptop stop responding on window start up logo i did a windows fix it took driver out then it loads  i went into device manager 1 of the 2 video adaptors is in sonlict i have tryed every suggistions that i can find with out fixing the problem so i cant run my laptop with out video drivers please help . Ian Sabido

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I have the Nvidia GeForce 256 vid card, on a Windows 98 system. I have a game called Project IGI that needs an older Nvidia driver set to even play this game on my system (This according to Eidos Help Support). However this is not a gaming question it is a hardware question.

I have a T.V. card installed on my PC. If I install the older driver for the game I cant use the t.v. card.
If I use the updated driver for the T.V. card, I cant play the game.

My question then is...
Is there any way to install the 2 different display drivers for the SAME vid card, and then just use the one I want for either the T.V. card or the game?
Someone suggested setting up a Hardware Profile- Is that a possibility, and if so how would I do it?


A:2 Drivers / Display Adapter

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