When I download graphics card driver 15.20.1045 (sp73511.exe) from the HP site and install this, the properties display 15.200.1045.So I'm now not sure if the corect driver is installed, because I'm still getting graphics card errors. Our software supplier PTC recommends the certified 15.20.1045-version so how do I get this right?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Graphics-Card-driver-Z240/td-p/5847833
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/directdownload.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
I am trying to setup my new HP Z240 workstation, but cannot get the graphics card to operate at any resolution above 1024 X 768. The graphics card is an NVIDIA QUADRO K620. It is connected to the monitor with a DVI-D Dual link cable. The monitor is an HP w2408. The monitor has two inputs (DVI and VGA). I have the VGA input connected to another HP computer with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 card (this computer/card/monitor displays at 1920 x1200). When I checked the adapter modes (using the list modes option), the best mode listed is 1024 x 768. The NVIDIA spec sheet lists the max resolution with DVI-I as 2560 x 1600 or 1920 x 1200. What can I do to get the max resolution from my monitor (1920 x 1200)?
Update. Problem solved. When I realized that the monitor in DVI mode was not being recognized as PNP, it pointed to the monitor as the problem. Installed new monitor, everythng works as it should. Evidently the VGA input to the old monitor functioned properly while the DVI portion was defective (card or cable connection). Dave6666http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Graphics-resolution-on-Z240/td-p/5601923
My system came with a Nvidia PCIe card. I would like to remove this card and use the integrated graphics. Whenever I remove the PCIe the system will just beep, and the integrated wouldn't work. I went in the bios but cannot find anything to enable the integrated. Thankshttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/Z240-Integrted-graphics/td-p/5628346
Greetings nbsp We've purchased Dells for years but recently started (Graphics) 3.3 Beep Z240 SFF Code giving HP a look The first unit I received just stopped working during deployment testing and gives me long beeps red LED with short beeps white LED According to the manual this translates to The embedded controller has timed out waiting for BIOS to return from nbsp graphics initialization I couldn't Z240 SFF Beep Code 3.3 (Graphics) find any specific troubleshooting steps for this error so I did the following based on the testing I was doing nbsp - Cleared CMOSThe system wouldn't boot after applying BIOS settings using the HP BIOS Configuration Utility so maybe something went wrong there That said I applied settings with this tool multiple times before on the same system without issue nbsp but thought it was worth a start Here's my config file nbsp BIOSConfig Legacy Boot Options Disable Enable Legacy Boot Order HDD USB CDROM SATA HDD SATA NETWORK EMBEDDED UEFI Boot Options Disable Enable Configure Legacy Support and Secure Boot Legacy Support Enable and Secure Boot Disable Legacy Support Disable and Secure Boot Enable Legacy Support Disable and Secure Boot Disable- Swapped video cards Nvidia Quado K with a known good card We bought two units for testing so I had an identical system to swap from - Swapped memory - Reseated all cables nbsp Any ideas on what else I should try before sending it backhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Z240-SFF-Beep-Code-3-3-Graphics/td-p/5716527
Hi. I am trying to run the intel onboard graphics and an nvidia quaddro on the same machine simultaneously. HP says it is possible to do so but I cannot find the option in the BIOS to enable the onboard graphics as a primary driver. Right now, the onboard graphics cards becomes automatically disabled as soon as I plug the Nvidia in. Thanks for your helphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Z240-Running-multiple-graphics-cards/td-p/5854467
Hello, I am working on installing windows 7 enterprise 64, on a z240 SFF. I am missing the USB drivers for it. I have the driver disk that came with it and I have installed every driver that is on there, along with going to HP support software and drivers web link and downloading everyone from there. There has not been one driver that has solved this problem, so I was looking for some sort of help on finidning one.l I tried a few other drivers for different model of towers but no luck. please help
Hi: Please post the hardware ID for the USB controller that needs the driver. To find the hardware ID, go to the device manager and click on the device needing the driver. Then click on the Details tab at the top of the device window. Now you will see a Property drop down list, and it will be set to Device Description. Drop down on that list, and select the 2nd item (Hardware ID's). Post the top string of characters that you see in the window.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/z240-sff-USB-driver-missing/td-p/5746056
HiI have bought a z240 tower which runs really well with win 7 pro. Recently, I wanted to add an SATA extension card, but without any success. I am looking for a simple SATA controller without RAID functionality (which unnecessary slows down the boot procedure). Unfortunately, HP does not offer any SATA boards as accessories - Is there any recommendation for such a card from your side? I've bought a LogiLink PC0059A card, unfortunately, the system does no longer startup when connecting drives to it. The hp BIOS screen appears as usual, then the card shows the attached drives, after that the hp bios screen appears again and reamains without any reaction (reboot required). Thanks for any hints Tomhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/z240-add-SATA-card-no-working/td-p/5725275
This should be easy but I can't find the PCI Serial Port Driver for HP Z240 VEN_8086 DEV_A13D. I think that's the AMT driver for this puppy.... I think its called sunrisepoint or skylake chipset? Things that make you go hmmmmm
Hi: You need this driver...the AMT SOL driver is included. This package contains the latest Intel Management Engine Software for the supported Workstation models and operating systems, as well as utilities for updating and checking status. ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp76501-77000/sp76975.exehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/PCI-Serial-Port-Driver-for-HP-Z240-VEN-8086-DEV-A13D/td-p/5745582
When running an SCCM 2012 R2 task sequence to install Windows 10 on a Z240, the network driver is working in Windows PE during the download and apply Windows image. I'm using Auto Apply Drivers step and after it's completed, the computer restarts into the Windows 10 OS, tries to set up the devices and then the task sequence fails because there is no network driver detected that it can use. I've tried to import multiple types of network drivers from both HP and Intel with no success. I've tried to specifically apply the Z240 driver package instead of using Auto Apply Drivers with no success. I've also tried to install a Windows 8.1 image instead and it still fails at the same point. I'm confused because it works fine in PE, but not after restarting and booting into the Windows OS. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Missing-Z240-Network-Driver-after-booting-to-Windows-in-SCCM/td-p/5600498
Hi, I?d like to install a media card reader (e.g. HP 468494-005) into the shared internal/external 3.5" drive bay of my HP Z240 SFF workstation but it doesn't fit. It probably needs a carrier of some kind, because the casing is just a bit too wide and there are no holes for the standard screws. I couldn't find any instructions on the HP website. Any help would be greatly appreciated!http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Z240-SFF-installing-a-card-reader-into-the-shared-internal/td-p/5739086
Hi all, Interesting one this, MSI KT3v mainboard 'No Lan option' AMD 1.4 with 512mb, client has an NVIDIA graphics card and a Lynksys NIC card, she can get one or the other to work in normal mode but not both, 'Graphics install knocks out the NIC' but in SAFE mode all work happily together, No IRQ conflicts flagged but the Graphics adapter does not show up in device manager, we have had everyone and his dog chew on this one for days, and frankly it has me and the rest of the room stumped,
Latest everything installed, altered the install combination too, it,s the fact the things work fine in safe and not in normal mode that has me wondering some, any ideas would be interesting as I have run out.
Hello and welcome to Techspot.
The graphics card drivers, and/or the nic drivers are the problem.
Try using a different version of the graphics drivers/nic drivers.
If all else fails, try a different nic.
Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
Hi... I have a PC with a ATI graphics card ( ATI Radeon Xpress 200 ) in windows 7
And i noticed that the aero affects and transparency doesn't work..troubleshooting shows that the if the driver was compatible with WDDM it could work...can any one help me get that driver .. Here is the exact thing it said
The current video card may support Aero with a driver that is compliant with the Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM). Contact the manufacturer of your computer or video card for a WDDM-compatible driver.
Specs of the PC
Processor: Pentium R dual core 2.80 GHZ 2.80 GHZ
Ram: 1024MB (1GB)
Graphics card: ATI Radeon Xpress 200
OS: Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
System manufacturer: Intel
Than you in advance
Sorry, but don't believe there is a current driver that will work with your card.
If you go to the AMD drivers site, you should be able to find "legacy" drivers that will work -- but you'll probably have to install them using Vista compatibility mode. I think the most current "legacy" driver is v 10.2. None of the v11-series drivers will work (as far as I know).
I've search all the sites I could find,but couldn't find a driver for my Asus AGP v5500/32m(tvr) card on win95 os.
Asus cards are usually manufactured by NVidia. Try a GeForce driver:
screen area stuck need graphic card driver free download,
All graphics drivers are free. The problem is we would need to know which card you have???
I recently had to reinstall Windows (why it crashed, I don't know). I only had the Windows installation CD here though, and I have to find my drivers online.
However, I can't find the type of video card for my laptop. It's a Dell Inspiron 9100 that I bought for gaming. I remember that it had the first 256 MB video card available for laptops when I bought it, so that might give you a clue. I can't see what it is from my computer (DxDiag doesn't work) because I didn't install the driver for it to recognize it.
Could someone help me find why my video card is and get the driver? I'm clueless as to how to actually download/find the driver once I find what the card is.
What I have Nvidia Quadros NVS M Windows bit operating system Dell Latitude D Graphic driver that I downloaded was from Dell Drivers and Downloads My troubles began when I was working with Windows Live Movie Maker My laptop is years old so I guess I was pushing the cpu gpu too hard because a square of black lines appeared around my cursor then it froze Had to manually shut down laptop When it started Help with Graphics Please card/driver up I was at x resolution I tried changing it to normal x in the display options but the highest it could go was x the glass effect for aero was gone I can't put my laptop into sleep or hibernate I checked my device manager Please Help with Graphics card/driver and my graphics card said quot Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems Code quot I tried to update it but it said I had the latest driver I decided to uninstall the graphics driver and re-install it A black screen came up after restarting and gave me options something about doing a repair installation to Windows XP what my laptop came with Start Windows normally Please Help with Graphics card/driver I went with the latter but I was met with a blue screen with vertical lines My laptop restarted and then I pressed F and selected quot Last known good configuration quot Windows started up but it was still at resolution By luck I looked up Windows Live Essential requirements and in the graphics section I needed DirectX or higher I installed that and everything was fixed I thought everything was ok BUT I was working with Movie Maker again for - hours and then it froze and the screen became black I restarted and I was back at res without the glass effect sleep and hibernate I tried installing DirectX again but when I checked dxdiag it says that I already have DirectX I tried uninstalling the graphics driver again and did a driver sweep In my device manager my display adapter says Video Controller VGA compatible but when I try to manually update my driver software it says that it is up to date and listed under that is NVIDIA Quadros NVS M Is there anyway to get my resolution back Is my card corrupted There's no vertical lines right now but in the boot up screen there is a small bit near the top Any help is greatly appreciated
I would suggest a system restore to get to a point before the troubles began.
Try this video card test: Video Card - Stress Test with Furmark
i've been using no graphics card on my old pc
today i installed a graphis card radeon 5450 if im not wrong and windows itstalled it's driver for me - windows 7
since then i cant boot to my windows
tried different card doesent work
tried no graphics card deosent work - gave priority on bios aswell
cant get into safe mode
basicly tried everything i know
i think there is a wrong driver installed but when i pluged the card for first time it worked and windows poped up a message saying installing device's driver
since reeboot having this problem
also tried reinstalling windows 7 cant all i see is dark screen and constant rebooting heeeeeelp please
Remove the card and use the onboard VGA port. Press F8 at bootup. In the Advanced Boot menu choose Last Known Good Configuration.
If this fails, boot into Setup (Bios) go to Integrated Peripherals, look for onboard VGA or Display, and if it is disabled, using your Enter key and arrow keys, Enable it. Save and Exit.
I have known this site for a while now but i still do not know how to pick the right drivers in the quot Drivers Graphics Driver Card quot section All the drivers i have downloaded have come up with an error of something like quot Graphics Card Driver you are not running on -bit quot But I am So Graphics Card Driver can anyone just give me a link to the newest drivers on the site that are compatible with my computer Processor Information Vendor GenuineIntel Speed Mhz logical processor physical processor HyperThreading Unsupported FCMOV Supported SSE Supported Network Information Network Speed Windows Version Windows XP Graphics Card Driver bit NTFS Supported Video Card Driver NVIDIA GeForce FX DirectX Driver Name nv disp dll Driver Version DirectX Driver Version Driver Date May Desktop Color Depth bits per pixel Monitor Refresh Rate Hz DirectX Card NVIDIA GeForce FX VendorID x de DeviceID x Number of Monitors Number of Logical Video Cards No SLI or Crossfire Detected Primary Display Resolution x Desktop Resolution x Primary Display Size quot x quot quot diag cm x cm cm diag Primary Bus AGP x Primary VRAM MB Supported MSAA Modes x x Sound card Audio device Realtek AC Audio Memory RAM Mb Miscellaneous UI Language English Microphone Not set Media Type DVD Total Hard Disk Space Available Mb Largest Free Hard Disk Block Mb OS Install Date Mar Installed Packages Firefox Windows Firewall nbsp
It's actually difficult to work out what your computer is, in all that
Just update all your drivers from the appropriate link in this thread: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic117607.html
Hi. I have an Alienware X51 R2 that I have recently taken apart to install a graphics card or driver. The one I purchased was a Radeon R9 graphics card, but when I went to install it, it did not fit into the system. I'm at a complete loss as to what to do or what I need in order to get the system up and working. If anyone could give me some advice as to what I need to do or buy that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19986795
Hi I wasn't sure if I should put this here or in the Drivers folder but anyway today for the first maybe second time ever my graphics card stopped responding I decided to check NVIDIA's site to see if there was a new driver for it Turned out there was one released just yesterday I downloaded it and everything But I wanted to know how to fully uninstall card Graphics driver the last driver I had I didn't wanna risk uninstalling it first then going to install the new one Graphics card driver cuz my monitor might not work since I have it attached by HDMI to my graphics card But anyway I guess my real question is should I uninstall the previous one fully If so how In C in the NVIDIA Graphics card driver folder in the Display Driver folder there's two folders - and Obviously I can easily just delete the first one But I was wondering if there's a specific way to uninstall it fully Thanks
You could use Driver sweeper to remove the old one, But if your not having any problems you could just leave it there in case you need to go back to the older one.
i bought a new graphics card. Zotac Nvidia Geforce 5200 256MB DDR Memory for my 32bit windows vista. The problem is that when i try to install the nvidia driver from the cd provided i get a error saying "THE NVIDIA SETUP PROGRAM COULD NOT LOCATE ANY DRIVERS THAT ARE COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR CURRENT HARDWARE" What does this mean?
First of all, sorry if there is already a Thread about this somewhere else which I have not seen!
I recently Upgraded my Windows Vista ASUS X50N to Windows 7 Ultimate. Whenever I have tried to run a game, or screensaver etc it had told me that my graphics card is not suitable for whatever I'm doing. I heard somewhere that it is possible to install drivers for graphics cards. Does anyone know where I can find one for my ASUS X50N.
Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.
You haven't provided any computer specs, but this link reveals you have the NVIDIA GeForce 7000M graphics card.
Asus X50N Windows 7 Driver Recovery CD Restore Disk
A quick search on Google reveals where you can get a Windows 7 driver.
Motherboard GPU - Notebooks - 7 Series
ive been getting the infamous nv4_disp error. I have a geforce 6800Xt and i wanna find out if its the card itself or just the drivers. Any suggestions.
nv4_disp is a device driver for nvidia cards, its a software problem, try a reinstall of the driver, or a different driver release.
i have this graphics card that i found in my garage and i think its good for my old desktop so i put it in the computer but i found no disk to install it and cant seem to find anything online. The graphics card's name is: Rage 128 Pro Ultra gp agp. i have a windows xp computer.
I'm having trouble with my graphics card. It's an ATi Radeon XPress 1150. I recently reformatted and reinstalled Windows XP on my Dell Inspiron 1501. But now it's doing this weird thing where the screen will go black like it's hibernating, but it won't do anything unless I restart. I've downloaded and installed all the new drivers but it continues to do this. At one point, it even went to a blue screen of death per se, saying that it would not boot Windows for safety. I do not know what I have done wrong here. Help would be much appreciated, thank you for your time.
You have no idea when it started acting up. If you did install a program/driver at the time?
You can have a look in your evenwiever.
start -> run -> eventvwr.msc
See if there is an error that occures at the time of the lock down.
You can right-click those, select properties.
If you cannot decipher it, try post it and that BSOD. Type down the full error if you get again and post it here.
Hello, everyone, I need help with a question: I have been getting weird graphics bugs lately, namely the screen randomly going all grey, or, randomly appearing and vanishing rendering glitches all the time. This does seem to happen more often when I nudge or touch the pc, and that made me think it was a bad contact or something, but I checked and didnt find anything of suspicion. I was almost sure my GPU was dying, but I noticed, that sometimes, the AMD graphics driver resets automatically when the glitching starts, and then it all vanishes. Also of note, that this started, after I briefly tried bitcoin mining with my GPU. So my question is - is this more likely to be some windows or driver bug, or should I start looking for a new GPU? Any help or suggestion would be much appreciatedhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/windows-29/my-graphics-card-dying-or-it-driver-bug-4603814/
I bet you've had soo many of thses anyway.(due pardon the spelling)
I recently got a new graphic card for my PC.
Once I installed the driver the PC seamed to work fine,then I got many driver crashing,the drivers are the lateist version and The graphic card is a ASUS Geforce210.
I do sometimes get the BSOD but the majority of the time it recovers.
I'm currently runing in safe mode.
System spec are the following:
CPU:AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1035T Processor
Graphic card:NVIDIA GeForce 210
Thanks in advance.
What are you doing when it crashes? And which drivers do you have installed?http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/312157-graphics-card-driver-crashing.html
Forgive me, I'm quite new to all of this!
I just bought a new 24" monitor with a max resolution of 1920 x 1080, but upon connecting it, I cannot raise the resolution above 1280 x 720.
Am I correct that this can be fixed by downloading a newer driver for my ATI Mobility Radeon 4330 graphics card?
I downloaded and installed the driver from HP to match my laptop model and OS.
However, nothing has changed.
I suspect this is because I didn't uninstall the old driver?
I am about to do this by add/remove software, but I just want to be REALLY certain that my laptop is going to be functioning afterwards to enable me to locate and install the new driver (saved on my hard drive). It's a work laptop, so I cannot afford for it to break!
Thanks for any help D
Hi and welcome to TSG.
It may be an issue with the drivers from HP.
I would try downloading the latest Catalyst Drivers directly from ATI/AMD (get them here) and see if that helps. I don't uninstall my NVidia drivers when updating but might be worth doing it first anyway.
Hello I recently bought a new PC some specs below Advent Centurion CBE Processor AMD Phenom II X Black Edition Processor Operating System Windows bit RAM GB DDR RAM Graphics ATI Radeon problems Graphics card driver HD Graphics I think the PSU is CWT DSA S- w If i m reading the sticker correctly It was working fine until I tried Graphics card driver problems to update the driver for the graphics card I was led to http game amd com us-en drivers catalyst aspx p win windows- - bit and downloaded ATI Catalyst Suite for Windows bit During the install the computer crashed and restarted Once it came back I kept getting a message saying there was no ATI driver installed and the resolution was reduced There was also nothing being displayed under display in dxdiag I then ran the download again and chose uninstall which seemed to bring it back however there was no CCC I then downloaded the CCC and tried to install it the computer crashed again Since then under display adapters in device manager it is saying I have ATI Radeon graphics which I believe is the integrated graphics Also I can only get an output on from my monitor through the motherboard VGA port whereas I was using the graphics card DVI port After leaving the PC turned off over night it did recognize the graphics card for a while until my monitor switched off when I left it alone for a while when I came back it was using the again In it s current state I have the version of the catalyst drivers installed as far as I know and am stuck with using the intergrated graphics and only receiving a signal through the motherboard VGA port and nothing from the graphics card DVI port I have no idea what has gone wrong or how to get it working again Any help would be appreciated nbsp
guys i instaled the radeon hd 4800 serier driver for my sapphire radeon HD 4870 xvapor 2gddr5 graphics card but for sum odd reason when it goes on my desktop it shutts down n restarts after 3 seconds... or less.. What could be wrong ?
Install the Full Catalyst Suite for Win 7, either 32 or 64 bit to match your version of Windows.
Drivers & Support | GAME.AMD.COM
I got hp g6 2230tx with 4gb ram and raedon dedicated graphics card.. I want to know if I can upgrade my graphics card with nvidia cards.. And if yes which cards are compatible with my device.. And If i can upgrade my RAM to 8GB..I aould also wanna know thats which cards of raedon and nvidia would be compatible with the 8GB RAM or RAM don't have anything to do with graphics please help..
Upgrading the video card is a non-starter. The video chip is soldered to the motherboard and not something that can be removed and replaced. Here is the Service Manual: Manual See p. 47 To have 8 gigs, the max you need 2 of these: 4 GB (PC3, 12800, 1600 MHz) 641369-001 http://www.amazon.com/HP-641369-001-1600Mhz-PC3-12800-memory/dp/B008L325TW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1461333553&sr=8-2&keywords=641369-001 More memory will help the video out a little bit. Not very much. You say you have 4 gigs which is not bad, so an upgrade to 8 will make everything work only a little better and gaming type video a tiny little bit better. Do not expect any significant increase in frame rates of games, for example. If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Can-i-Upgrade-my-graphics-card-driver-and-RAM/td-p/5594743
the drivers can't find compatible drivers for the nvidia 8400 GS while trying to install drivers. help me!
Hi, What pc are you using, and which version of Windows ( XP? I guess).
If you can connect to the internet, use nvidia's automatic option 2 , on this page,
When I go to my device manager and look under Monitors I see Generic PnP Monitor, this laptop is a Hp Compaq Pavillion CQ57. Why do I have this generic monitor loaded for my HP monitor?. I think Ive figured out what I need to do, go to device manager and uninstall the monitor entry. I need some advice, is this the correct way to do things, this is supposed to be a HD monitor and I having trouble displaying some HD movies, its been this way for years.
If your monitor is working ok now I would just leave it be. Right now the setting labeled "Generic PnP Monitor" is probably the "best fit". BTW I have two HD(1920 x 1080) Samsung monitors and they are both listed as Generic PnP Monitor.http://www.tenforums.com/graphic-cards/29658-have-i-got-right-graphics-card-monitor-driver.html
Ok, I recently bought this computer from a friend. Before I bought it he re installed windows and then sold it to me, but I cant get the GFX Card drivers to work
I downloaded the right driver and I got an error saying
"Setup cannot proceed try setting your display adapters up with a standered VGA Driver before setup"
I have no idea what to do and I've had numerous people try to help me and nothing has worked so far
I really need this
Determine the chipset of your motherboard or contact your friend. You need to install the 'chipset' drivers for the motherboard. This includes the AGP driver. After this is done remove any existing graphics card drivers from the add/remove programs section. reboot. Install new drivers. reboot.
The card (Geforce 9600 GSO) has been fine for a year or so since i bought it, but a few days ago while ALT-TABBING between screens it locked up and crashed the PC.
I get the following message when i use the device manager "find a solution"
Windows was able to successfully install device driver software, but the driver software encountered a problem when it tried to run. The problem code is 43.
I have tried reinstalling the card and drivers but it seems to make no difference.
any help appreciated
You can try using system restore to a point before this crash.
If that doesn't work:
try using driver sweeper to clean it out.
Then go the NVIDIA web site and install the drivers.
What sort of problems are you experiencing?
Right, i installed XP pro (but going the long round by installing win98 then upgrading to xp pro... only way i could do it!) now i am having bad issues with my graphics card driver.
Windows thinks my graphics card is a different model to what it is really is.
I have the driver i want it to use, but it keeps crashing before it finishes installing the correct driver.
Oh, something weird i've also noticed that may or may not have anything to do with my problem is for some reason my OS HDD is still FAT32 from my win98 install, rather than the usual NTFS... Could this be a problem?
I have ASUS K-53T, had this problem few years ago so i dont remember what i did wrong. In device manager, under display adapters i had AMD Radeon HD 7670m and second one was AMD Radeon HD 6520G, after messing something up there because i am a rookie and wanted to update drivers or something, now there is AMD Radeon 6600m and 6700m Series, AMD Radeon HD 6520G. How do i get 7670 back?
I was able to play Second Life without any issues or problems My computer recently had a dll error which blocked me from booting my computer up at all I completely restored to factory settings and installed Second Life and another program or two that isn t relevant to my graphics card Now when I run SL I get an error stating my graphics driver isn t up to date or compatible When I hit the update driver for my card it says it is up to date I did some research and found this post http forums techguy org games -second-life-graphics-card-problem html I am having Card Help Life Second Graphics Driver the exact same Second Life Graphics Card Driver Help issue and have followed those steps Perhaps I just don t understand that graphics driver program I tried to play with it still having issues I know my computer isn t up to second life specs doesn t mean it didn t work in the past SL requirements https secure-web secondlife com my support system-requirements I have a Dell Inspiron factory no custom Only thing out of wack seems to be my graphics driver Unless someone has some assistance for me with the ATI Catalyst program that will get my system to play SL Thank you for reading I really need to get on SL as I have business on there and nee dit for Real money gt lt lt T nbsp
OK i reformatted my laptop Issues Graphics Card Driver today and right now im trying to re-install all the drivers that i lost now im having issues after i installed the latest graphics driver for my grahics card whenever i run it it shows up this error quot The Catalyst Control Center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphics adapter Please upgrade your ATI Graphics driver or enable your ATI Adapter using The Displays Manager quot also Graphics Card Driver Issues I tried also installing the Intel Media Accelerator Driver but when i restarted it it gives me a black screen at logon screen MY SPECS Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version OS Version Microsoft Windows Ultimate bit Processor Intel R Core TM i CPU M GHz Intel Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM Mb Graphics Card Standard VGA Graphics Card Driver Issues Graphics Adapter Mb Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB D Total - MB Free - MB E Total - MB Free - MB G Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard Hewlett-Packard A E CNF Antivirus None nbsp
What is the exact make and model of the machine?
I would suggest initially getting the drivers from the PC manufacturer website to ensure everything is working correctly, then after that try upgrading if necessary. If you give the make and model of the machine we can probably point you in the right direction.
Hi, I just bought a Samsung EVO 840 250g SSD and made a clean windows 7 install to it. After the installation everything works at blazing speeds up until the point where I install my graphics card driver (Radeon HD 7850). Once the installation is complete and I reboot the PC everything runs really slow and I get 3-5 mins of black screen after the welcome message during boot as well as all the programs running so slow that they become non-responsive.
What I've tried:
Made exact same setup on HDD and everything is working fine.
Tried with only SSD hooked up and both SSD and HDD hooked up
Reinstalled windows 3 times on SSD
Tried multiple Driver versions
Can there be a compatibility issue? Or is it most likely to be a SSD defect even if it works till the driver is installed?
I have a dell inspiron 6000 and I got mobile intel 915GM/GMS,910GML express chipset family for my graphics card driver. I want to play the Dimension U game, so I have to update my graphics card driver. But I can't. Can somebody help me?
You can look up the dell website for your computer model and its drivers and download from there, or you can set windows to automatically search for and install drivers for you through this method: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...-your-hardwarehttp://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/200723-how-can-i-update-my-graphics-card-driver.html
I downloaded n tried to install graphics card (asus radeon 9600xt) driver, but as soon as i run the exe, it gives me the following error:
"Setup was unable to find components that can be installed on your current hardware or software configuration. Please make sure you have the required hardware or software."
my pc config is:
Intel p4 (3.0 ghz)
2 gb ram
intel D865GBF motherboard
windows xp sp3
1) Have you checked the ASUS site for your ASUS model?
2) You list an Intel m/b. The Intel site for graphics for that m/b here (if it applies)
3) You might also google for the Intel Driver Update Utility
Well it all started when I noticed that my machine was lagging when showing the UAC prompt It used to happen before and it was gone when I reinstalled GPU drivers The screen used to go blank and then turn dark and the same when going normal again I was installing the drivers I already had downloaded and unpacked It said the drivers were older than those installed on my PC I thought that's fine I'll install them and later install the latest release But the setup actually deleted the driver I had but didn't install them again Vista looked like a nightmare I rebooted the computer and it detected a plug-and-play device It detected it fine as nVidia GeForce Go and things were fine again But I saw that the lagging was persistent I installed the drivers I got with my PC when it was new Again the video card is not working And after I Driver Installing Card Graphics not reboot the computer detects it as Standard VGA Compatible Device The video card doesn't work and nVidia Control Panel is gone When Graphics Card Driver not Installing I try to install the drivers it tells that setup didn't find any compatible devices on the system and closes down System Restore is not working too I downloaded the latest ForceWare and it shows the same error I'm not able to play any games and even see the iTunes visualization Nothing works properly
download a driver cleaner and the correct driver from the manufactorers website, not nvidia as the "go" series are often only made for specific machines.
uninstall the card from device manager first and then the software from program features if needed, reboot in safemode then use the cleaner.
reboot in normal mode and install the driver when asked. that should install the card.
you may want to update directx at the same time as some video drivers and software may need some of its components as well.
best to turn off your security while installing the drivers as it may bug out the install.
Hello I'm somewhat new to computer details so please bear with me if I am asking elementary questions This is how about confused card So Graphics my driver and it all started I bought a brand new Dell XPS Desktop computer Here are the basic specs -Studio XPS Intel Core i - processor MB Cache GHz - GB DDR SDRAM at MHz- X GB x GB -nVIDIA GeForce G MB DDR - GB Serial ATA Hard Drive RPM Now I uploaded all my software did all my updates and then I noticed that my sleep button was grayed out which it wasn't before because I used it I looked up on some forums to find an answer but none worked Though a few spoke of updating the graphics card driver So I looked into that and followed the instructions to do it This is where I got confused In the Device Manager it says under Display adapters Standard VGA Graphics Adapter The forums said to find out what graphics card you have check that area So I clicked on the So confused about my Graphics card and driver quot Standard VGA Graphics Adapter quot to find out the Manufacturer and it says Standard display types According to my spec sheet for the computer I bought it said I have a nVIDIA GeForce G MB DDR So if that is my card then how come it isn't showing that that is what I have My thought was that maybe the driver is a generic driver or somehting since it says the driver provider is Microsoft -under the Driver tab and that was what the info was showing not the card itself So I went to nVidia's site to get a driver for this but it didn't even show it as an option to select for their Graphics Card Drivers I don't get it I can't seem to find a driver for my graphics card and my computer isn't even showing that I have that card in there Please help me Thanks Kevin Oh and by the way I happened to pass the place on my computer where Microsoft rates your computer for how good it is for Windows and in the areas dealing with my graphics card it was a which it says is the lowest I can't see how that is possible for being a brand new good computer That makes me think something is wrong
That might be an OEM chip, so only Dell will have the drivers, get them from Dell's site for your model. The 1.0 score is a result of a generic driver. Welcome to the Forums!http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/67195-so-confused-about-my-graphics-card-driver.html
My Nvidia Geforce 470 driver keeps crashing when I am in game. I have tried down grading and upgrading to all different driver versions but it hasn't worked.
It only seems to be in games as well, I have tried torture tests etc on my graphics card and it works fine however when launching a game and playing it for 20 minutes or so it will crash?
Event viewer giving me this error:
Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.
Can anyone help me please?
Are the specs listed for the current PC in thread (signature area) for PC with issue or for the system listed in the system specs area of your profile?
To start, check to make sure the the GPU is fully seated and that the power connection(s) are firmly seated.
i ve just put my first PC together i ve loaded on windows XP loaded on the drivers and utilities and every thing was running fine i ve then loaded on the driver for the graphics card i have purchased sapphire radeon HD after the driver has been installed it tells me to restart for changes to take place so i click finish and the computer restarts as it should i then shut down the computer and this is where the problem starts i then turn the PC back on and the XP loading screen appears then once it has finished loading all i get is a black screen i ll restart again and it reloads and works fine then if i turn it off and it will not work it feels like it works when it feel like it i ve been in the bios and disabled the HD audio controller in the integrated peripherals is this the right thing to do and i am not using an original copy of XP will this be causing the problem nice one nbsp
i am not using an original copy of XPClick to expand...
Yes, it may be the problem.
Where did you get THIS copy of XP?
Greetings all This is driving me crazy This is what happened I was playing Sims and Graphics driver card disaster noticed bars through the sims and objects while the camera was still Moving Graphics card driver disaster the camera made the lines go away and everything appeared normal I did some research found a post on another forum from a user with the same problem The advice given there was to update the graphics card driver I went to Nvidia s website and had it automatically find the driver for my card a Nvidia GeForce LE I installed the new driver but did not uninstall the old one The next day I played Sims again and everything was fine After about hours of play the menu went away and the cursor barely moved I turned off my machine turned it on and tried playing again This time I was getting bars all over my game just the game I then tried to play Guild Wars to see if it would happen there it did my computer became un-responsive and I had to manually turn it off The next few hours are blurry to me because of so many reboots and attempts at making things work Sometimes my computer would boot up with lines running down the start up screens Sometimes after booting up I would only get a blank screen A few times Windows I m using Vista tried to run Startup Repair which always failed A few times everything would be fine but after sitting idle for a few minutes a blue screen appears referencing to an attempt to reset the driver timed out along with some other information I must have gotten different kinds of error screens which all seemed to appear at random Even after Restoring to a date before I updated that graphics card driver I still had the same problems Then finally it worked just fine Had to adjust the screen but everything was fine So used the computer last night and today no problems at all until I thought I would dare to see if I could run Guild Wars It opened to update the game files and within moments the blue screen appeared again Rebooting in safe mode once or twice seems to have quot fixed quot the issue I don t think it is really fixed Could someone please be so kind as to guide me in fixing this disaster I really would love to be able to play my games again Thanks for reading nbsp
I have a TX proII pentium2 motherboard with an onboard graphics card.Upon startup the card says the following :
"Sis PCI true color graphics and video accelorator"
I need this driver for win 98se
thank you very much
I'm using an old geforce fx and windows found and installed the drivers for it I look in Device Manager and I see my fx and my onboard graphics both listed and both reporting no issues But when I right click on desktop and select Screen Resolution the Display drop-down only lists the it?? Graphics use installed, but card cant driver onboard graphics I only have one monitor and I had to plug it in to the onboard graphics for installation because my computer's BIOS and POST never Graphics card driver installed, but cant use it?? appear on a monitor plugged in to the fx BIOS doesn't recognize it This was never a problem in XP though it always did the same thing every time there I installed XP on my onboard graphics then switched to the card And when booting it would just show a blank screen til XP came up Is my card too old to be fully recognized It is pretty ancient only the mb version of the fx I see everyone now using the fx all have mb is the driver different I just want to get off the onboard graphics with its crippling mb memory
Try downloading forceware 96.85http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/4961-graphics-card-driver-installed-but-cant-use.html
On July I installed Windows Pro -bit on my T with ATI Radeon X graphics The driver installed during the upgrade was a Microsoft generic driver that made icons tiles and text grossly distorted driver for 10 T60 graphics Windows card nbsp The T60 graphics card driver for Windows 10 solution is to download and install the Lenovo Vista version for -bit and -bit systems of the ATI Mobility Radeon driver for the listed Lenovo computers nbsp http support lenovo com T60 graphics card driver for Windows 10 us en downloads ds nbsp Alternatively to find the above link do a Google search for T Vista ATI driver nbsp This package installs the software display driver to enable the following video chips on the system board - ATI Mobility Radeon X - ATI Mobility Radeon X - ATI Mobility FireGL V - ATI Mobility FireGL V Supported ThinkPad systems with ATI video chipsets - R - T T p Machine types xx xx xx - Z m Z pAlthough the Supported Operating Systems are - Microsoft Windows Vista -bit- Microsoft Windows Vista -bit ThinkPad R ThinkPad T T p Machine types xx xx xx and ThinkPad Z m Z p the driver works on Windows and undoubtedly on Windows nbsp Update the system BIOS to nbsp nbsp nbsp ThinkPad T T p Version a or higher nbsp nbsp nbsp ThinkPad T T p widescreen Version or higher nbsp nbsp nbsp ThinkPad Z m Z p Version or higher nbsp nbsp nbsp ThinkPad R Version or higherThis driver package requires the Microsoft NET Framework nbsp Microsoft NET Framework installs if it is not installed on your system nbsp Instructions for checking BIOS version https support lenovo com us en documents ht nbsp My Installation instructions it may be prudent to read the ReadMe txt file at the download site are slightly different from the ReadMe txt instructions however these are steps I needed to follow to install the driver nbsp Download the version driver d ww exe Click Save as and save it to a new folder e g Vista ATI Radeon Driver After the download finishes it happens quickly Double Click d ww exe and allow it to runI recommend writing down the path during this operation as your path may differ from the path that followsNavigate to Local Disk C Drivers Win Video where the setup file will be locatedDouble click setup exe logged on with administrative privileges As I recall the file extracts and then installs the driverFollow the instructions on the screenDuring the installation you should notice the desktop icons changing size shapeAt the Select Components screen click ExpressClick FinishRestart Windows A red ATI icon ATI Catalyst Control Center appears in the tray Right click it to open Catalyst Control Center The displayed default settings work fine on my T nbsp The downside after rebooting or restarting my T a warning about Catalyst Control Center being unsupported appears Clicking OK hides the warning until the next restart nbsp nbsp Obviously this is untrue as ATI Catalyst Control Center appears in the tray I assume this is an artifact of using a Vista driver nbsp I tried updating the driver The result showed the installed driver to be the newest version so I wouldn t bother doing this Leave well enough alone nbsp To verify that the ATI adapter is enabled Right click the Start button gt select Device Manager gt expand Display adapters gt right click ATI Mobility Radeon gt select Properties Click the Driver tab Verify that the device is enabled The driver can also be updated from herehttps://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T61-and-prior-T-series/T60-graphics-card-driver-for-Windows-10/td-p/3382330
Hi all have been having a problem since the Card Graphics Driver installing not time i Graphics Card Driver not installing switched over to win bit from XP bit Got the win bit setup on my comp tried installing the latest driver downloaded from Nvidia for my GTX Palit but for some reason the installation doesnt proceed have been facing the same problem with Vista and XP both bit now the installation progress bar reaches around and d monitor restarts and then the bar is still at d same position it earlier was and doesn move have tried a few other drivers like but for some reason none of these drivers gets installed the only breakthrough i had was when i installed it in win XP bit when it started popping up the driver signature error i believe the same issue is happening in Win and Vista too but not sure thanks and hopin to get a remedy soon Cheers My System Specs Q Palit GTX Sonic edition G Skill gb DDR RAM Tagan w
I researched your problem and found this article:
Driver problem on Palit GeForce GTX 260 SONIC edition - NVIDIA Forums
There seems to be a problem with the BIOS of that specific card.
I advise you not to buy really cheap graphics cards such as Palit, because graphics card are a crucial part of your computer and it's recommended that you buy something more respectable, more reliable from makers like EVGA, XFX or BFG.
My personal recommendation would be EVGA, they have an upgrade program called "Step-Up" in which you can trade in your old cards with new ones while paying very little.
If you bought that card within 30 days, I would go and return it and get a refund.
I cant find the correct version of drivers and graphics card so can yall help please? My pc only works in safe mode in regular it crashes and freezes after a few mins of being on.
I have an Asus UL Jt laptop and I want to installing driver graphics help Need card new install a new driver for my graphics card because some of the games that I play were lagging extremely badly The graphics card I have is a Nvidia GeForce m This is what I've Need help installing new graphics card driver tried so far - I downloaded the newest driver from Asus com for my specific computer and installed it When I went to restart my computer I got the starting Windows screen and then it just went black and I let Need help installing new graphics card driver it sit for minutes and still nothing Need help installing new graphics card driver So I held the power until it turned off and then rebooted hit f and then did quot last known good configuration quot since the black screen problem happened every time I tried to restart - Since that driver download didn't work I tried two or three different drivers from the Nvidia website Versions and They all produced the same result as the one I downloaded from Asus - The last thing I did was uninstall the current driver from Device Manager and then attempted to reinstall the last driver that I tried When I did this I was able to get to the login screen and then I got to my desktop and it froze So I had to do another hard restart This happened a few times and again I had to do quot last known good configuration quot Now I am stuck with no graphics card driver at all Please help if you know what's wrong or if I was using the wrong drivers Thank you
You can try this tutorial Drivers - Clean Left over Files after Uninstalling. But also realize the new drivers don't always work well. If using the above tutorial does not work for you, you can also go through the same process and reinstall the older driver that did work.http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/257102-need-help-installing-new-graphics-card-driver.html
HELP!!!! I reformatted my pc and once it was all up and running i discovered i didnt have the driver for my graphic card
Does anyone out there must have a copy of it that they could send via email.
Iv'e searched the ASUS website but they dont seem to have it in there archives, ive also searched other sites but they so far havent been any help
The driver im after is ASUS AGP-V300C series
The actual version # 1.07.50 was the one on my pc.Im running Win 98.
I would be eternally grateful for any help with this , because i guess the only other alternative would be to purchase a new graphics card and i dont want to outlay anymore money for this old pc
edit: you may have to login. user is "drivers" pass is "all"
Boy have I done it this time A few days ago I decided that I needed to update the drivers for my ATI X Video Card So I proceeded to the company s website and installed Card Driver Issues Graphics what I thought were the drivers for my card Later I noticed that I installed the wrong ones so I rolled back and attempted to install the right ones Here in lies my problem Whenever I attempt to install the correct drivers and reboot I am unable to start up Windows successfully After the Windows loading screen the BSOD flashes quickly and my computer restarts itself again I m able to start my computer up in Safe Graphics Card Driver Issues Mode uninstall the drivers then reboot normally with success but this means that I have no drivers I really do not want to reformat my machine seeing that I had to do that a few months ago and I ve finally tweaked everything to my liking Does anyone know what other options I can proceed with I appreciate any help suggestions Thanks nbsp
Hello I have an older ATI-Radeon video card that I want to use because it has some advantages for my case over newer ones There are three different drivers available today as far as I know One from the manufacturer website which is not good because as they don t do any more updates to the Missing Driver Graphics Card driver they have one that is the same for a set of cards and depending of OS system but has almost no controls There are two more drivers from Microsoft One of them has controls but the video is of very poor quality and gives a rating to the computer The other one is the best gives a computer ratio over and has more complete and precise controls on the Catalyst Control Center After installing Windows updates found the best Missing Graphics Card Driver but later I had some problems had to uninstall this driver and Windows reinstalled another one however not the same as before just the bad one as above How can I find the best driver initially installed by Windows Updates I can't remember the version that was first installed by Windows I searched the MS download center Microsoft Download Center but couldn't find a drive for my graphics card but if Windows installed it it should be there I can't make a System Restore I have tried everything even uninstalling the video driver completely and getting a blank screen until rebooting and Windows reinstalling the same second bad driver but could never get the best one back Any suggestions on how to get that driver back please Because I did have it before
What is the video card?http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/174137-missing-graphics-card-driver.html
My currect Nvidia driver is 185.75, The latest one is Version: 196.21.
I have a Asus windows 7 Computer 8gbs of ram. 64bit.
Basically my problem is when i install any newer version above 185.75 my computer will suddenly turn black as if it was off and freeze sort of. If noise was playing a loud buzz will come from my speakers. This has been happening for awhile. Any suggestions? or a fix maybe.
Nvidia is my card GT 220.
I play a game called Brick-Force, But for some reason when I join servers with players over 8 I start to lag
When I mailed them they said this
thank you for contacting the Brick-Force Support.
Your graphics card should be able to handle the game Please try following steps:
- update the drivers for your graphics card. They are from 2011 and may be outdated.
- install Service Pack 1 and 2 for Windows Vista
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us again.
With kind regards,
I updated them,
My question is can I upgrade my drivers even further other purchasing a single peny in new graphic card?
Here's my DxDiag
For your Aspire 5738, it says you have a Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family. I found the latest 126.96.36.1995 driver version from October 19th 2011 for it at Intel below.
Hope this helps,
I've just updated the drivers from Omega to Crimson and when I play a movie through either Power DVD or Zoom Player there is a red line down the centre of the monitor. This has only happened after installing the latest update. So I uninstalled the driver to put the original Omega back on and everything is fine.
Any ideas on what's causing this problem please?
Could be anything, to be honest. It not a NECESSITY to have the latest up to date drivers though. If you're not having any problems with your current drivers, which you just stated you're not, leave it be. Normally drivers are issued to correct a specific problem or set of problems. If you're not having any its not completly necessary to update to the latest drivers.
Each time i restart my computer the directdraw and AGP texture accelerator become not available. But after i reinstall my graphic card drivers they work fine. So, basically i need to reinstall my drivers each time i reboot. At first i thought it's a driver problem but i installed many versions and it still happens. What can i do?
Need more information about your computer. Since you are posting in the Windows 7 forum, I can assume Win7. But what computer/video card do you have? Since you mention AGP, I can only imagine that it is not new, since AGP has been deprecated.
So i just moved to florida for school
and i had my pc shipped from VA
and for some strange reason my pc erased my ATI graphics card driver (or whatever you call it)
but windows detects my graphics card as if i just installed it and its asking for the driver cd
but i don't have it, i left it at home
and i don't know what graphics card i have
its nothing fancy it was like $60-$79 (i forget how much i payed lol)
so if anyone can help me that would be great!!
Hello, BlackLion, and welcome to Techspot :wave:
Please take a look at the following threads to make your experience here as enjoyable as possible
Message for all newcomers
Guide to making a good post/thread
The Techspot FAQ
If you could take a minute to fill in some of your profile information that would be helpful to all members of the forum
Knowing someone's location in the world can be extremely helpful, even if you just put a country.
Also remember to post any problems or questions that you have in the appropriate forums
With regards to your problem, you can download the drivers from the ATI website but you'll need to know what card you have. You can find this out by opening your case and looking at the card, or the windows device manager might tell you (i'm not sure if it will or not if it's installed generic drivers)
When I built my computer I installed the graphics driver from the CD that came with the card and then udpated to the latest driver version via the program that came with it, would it be smart for meto use a DDU utility to remove all traces of the driver and then reinstall the latest version again to ensure that nothing from the old drivers conflicts with the new?I'm just worried because I've heard of people having problems with this sort of thing on the AMD forum recently, and would like to avoid running into driver conflicts.The card is a R9 290 BTW
DDU is a useful tool but it doesn't need to be used every time you update the drivers, I generally only use it if I'm changing between cards or having driver-related issues.http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php/topic,153410.0.html
I have problem with graphics card driver.When I install Photoshop CC (2015.5) and open it ,I see this letter :[ Photoshop has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has temporarily disabled enhancements which use the graphics hardware ]I searched on internet for solving this problem and I found that I must update graphics card driver but it's still the same.I don't know what to do ?Can you help me ?
Syrian Cow Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about your graphics problem and wanted to help -- but need more information.I see you're running Win10. Did the PC come preinstalled with Win10? Or, did you upgrade it from a prior OS to Win10?If you did the upgrade, how long ago was that, and what was the prior OS? We can proceed once you provide the information.Thankshttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Software-and-How-To-Questions/graphics-card-driver-issue/td-p/5687728
Hello people. I'm having the classic problem of not being able to update my graphics because 'the adapter is not recognised'. I have updated my system info so please help me out to find the most recent drivers..
Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .. Which GPU is not showing in the Device Manager ? .. Are there any error codes ? What is the exact Model Number of your Laptop ?http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/325470-graphics-card-driver-outdated-help.html
I recently upgraded to HP8300 elite i7 desktop pc running with windows8 64 bit.
Unfortunatley, when i tried to install my previsou graphics card, Axle 9300GS 256MB GDDR2 Arctic Cooling S-Video, i couldnt make the system recognize the card nor did i manage to find an adequate driver.
i would appreciate support for this issue.
I guess it's a Nvidia card.
If the card fits in the PCI-E slot go and look for drivers:
NVIDIA DRIVERS 320.49WHQL
Hi I've completed a new custom build but have had problems with BSOD from the beginning with any installation of Intel Graphics drivers or the installation of any graphics card When I first completed the build the XFX- Black was installed I booted to BIOS without issue but when I inserted the Windows bit it would boot through the windows logo screen but immediately BSOD right after going to the first install screen I removed the graphics card and was able to complete the full Windows install without issue I updated Windows and the drivers on the system but as soon as I installed the Intel Graphics driver it would BSOD on every restart I recovered back prior to the Graphics driver install and installed all other drivers I updated the BIOS to the latest version I have reattempted the XFX multiple times in different slots but with the same results I also attempted my Radeon HD from my old computer but it gave the same results It always boots through the Windows logo screen but BSOD within a few seconds of reaching the password screen I broke down and installed Driver Whiz which did detect multiple outdated drivers that I had not caught but none or of graphics BSOD with Graphics card install install of driver Intel of these fix the issues BSOD with install of Intel Graphics driver or install of graphics card I've attached the requested zip I don't think all BSOD's are showing up as I've had to use recovery points after installed drivers didn't work The last dmp on JUL was a Intel Graphics driver install attempt that I pulled off in safe mode before recovering back to the pre-driver point Appreciate any assistance Thanks System ASUS P Z -V Pro GEN Intel K XFX R Black Edition OCZ W Crucial GB SSD Seagate Barracuda TB HD Corsair H Windows bit full
I recommend for future reference never to use driver discovery software like Driver Whiz. They have a propensity to install erroneous, buggy and/or outdated drivers. Finding drivers for your hardware should always be done manually.
Anyways, while I don't see any specific pattern for the crashes, I do see at least some of them are during disk I/O. That's when I immediately got suspicious of your Crucial SSD. If you have not already, the very first thing you should do when installing an SSD into a PC is to update your SSD's firmware, followed by your BIOS and any chipset/disk controller drivers. This is necessary as initial SSD firmware often has a habit of causing issues, which frequently is resolved when updating it.
If that all doesn't work, then it's time for some other hardware tests. Start with 7 passes of Memtest86+, followed by Torture Test on Blend for 9+ hours with Prime95. If those don't turn up anything, then replace either your motherboard (most likely culprit) or your SSD drive.
I'm working on an old system and need a driver for a Asus AGP V3800 TNT2 graphics card that will work for win2000pro. nVidia's site gives me a driver for a TNT2 but then doesnt list a TNT2 in it's support list, strange
I am having a problem with my Intel graphics card drivers this started when I tried to update the driver I downloaded the driver and tried to update it by unzipping the file and going to device manager selecting the device selecting update driver and specifying the location it worked pretty well but right at the end of the proccess where the bar was almos full it stopped the wizard told me that there had been an error while installing my hardware quot the specified file could not be found quot however I didn t see a file specified anywhere also after this my video card or cards I m not sure device manager shows two had the Intel Driver graphics card for problem little yellow circle with and exclamation mark near it I tried this several times completely unninstalling the drivers from the add remove program lists I ve even tried it with an older driver but I get the same message Please help me I m pretty desperate nbsp
Hi there firstly excuse me since I'm not much knowledgeable about these stuffs I use a Hp laptop and it has ATI Mobility Radeon series Few months ago I had hardware problem with my laptop So took it to a repair shop and then they fixed it they said that there was problem with the BIOS and RAM and re-installed the windows for me Now that I tried to play some games I'm having problem Like once I was getting Opengl error I searched Confusion driver software graphics card with over the internet for solution and one said to update the driver software So I opened Confusion with graphics card driver software the device manager and saw under the Display Adapter it is shown ATI Mobility Radeon series Windows Corporation WDDM Now I Confusion with graphics card driver software don't think I have the proper driver software and that I should get one probably Confusion with graphics card driver software I'll download it from the AMD website So am I correct And before installing the new driver software do I need to do anything with the WDDM or do I just install the software keeping everything as they are Is there any possibility of problem occurring if I do the later one btw my RAM is GB processor is Intel Core Duo GHz and I use Windows -bit hope I was able to clarify my problem thank you
The one from AMD should work as long as your laptop also doesn't have switchable graphics, which is where it also has Intel graphics that is used for low power/regular use and the AMD is used for high power/gaming use. If it does have switchable graphics then you will have to get the driver from HP as it will have the intel driver integrated into the AMD driver.http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/222739-confusion-graphics-card-driver-software.html
I'm using an NVidia GE Force FX 5200 and haven't experienced any problem so far.
When I started using the game "Syberia I", every now and then the system would reboot and a Microsoft message was displayed: "it seems your graphics card driver caused a major problem".
I reported the problem every time to Microsoft and visited the NVidia site to download what I thought would be a safer driver.
I actually downloaded 3 packages:
- 6693_win2kxp_international (#1)
- 7184_win2kxp_international (#2)
I tried 2 of them: #1 and #2 above but the problem still exists.
Is it advisable:
- to disconnect my computer from the Interrnet
- to de-activate all anti-virus software and firewalls
- to remove the previous driver
prior to installing the new one ?
Any advice would be most welcome.
Best regards to all.
in the device manager uninstall the card
reboot tapping f8
choose vga mode
when windows finishes reinstalling the card
install the drivers you want[7184_win2kxp]
reboot the computer
Hey I've recently performed a clean install of Windows -bit whilst running off the motherboard's internal graphics After installing all of the drivers from the Gigabyte website I installed Norton and got all of the important updates from Windows Update I then turned off my PC and physically installed another memory kit I was running GB I'm now running GB and my Sapphire HD Ghz Edition GB GDDR PCI-E graphics card I plugged my monitor cable into this card When it came to installing the driver utility from the Sapphire website the installer would finish but say there were warnings Can't Card Graphics Utility Driver Install The summary Can't Install Graphics Card Driver Utility said that the AMD Install Manager and HDMI Audio Driver had installed No errors were mentioned However I wasn't prompted to restart my PC like I have been in the past Under Display Adapter in Device Manager the GPU is listed as quot Standard VGA Graphics Can't Install Graphics Card Driver Utility Adapter quot whereas I'm sure that normally it's alot more specific than that I tried uninstalling the utility using the same install rebooting and then re-installing but it made no difference I then repeated this after disabling the onboard graphics in the BIOS but still there was no change I then made sure to run the uninstall option from the install I then used AMD's driver auto-detect utility and downloaded another Catalyst Control Centre install This time it was version over Sapphire's During this new installation process this Can't Install Graphics Card Driver Utility error message appeared The summary of the failed installation says this This time just the audio driver was installed I've tried a range of things to solve this problem I've reseated the graphics card and the power cables going to it I've also turned the PC on with the case open and both of the fans on the card run as do all of the other fans in the case I used RevoUninstaller to remove the Intel HD Graphics for the onboard graphics rebooted then tried to run the installer again I still got the same error as before I then googled the error message and found this page which seemed similar to my problem AMD Catalyst Drivers Not Installing quot Application Install install package failure quot Solved - Radeon - Graphics amp Displays I followed the solution below except that my graphics card was already installed Note I took quot Clean quot the drivers to mean delete them I hope I was right I still got the same errors from before I then repeated the procedure but enabled the onboard graphics and physically removed the discreet video card Still no joy I also uninstalled the card from Device Manager and ran the install but again it made no difference I've also swapped the graphics card for an identical one thinking that maybe it was faulty but there was no change I googled the problem again and checked the MsiIinstaller settings in services msc It was initially set to quot Stop quot but I restarted it and tried to run the driver installer again I then tried the Microsoft Fixits for both hardware not being detected or working and problems installing programs but they made no difference These cards worked fine before this new install so I'm thinking that it's a software problem Please help
Download this small program. Driver sweeper
Completely remove all the drivers you have installed for the GPU. Under the device manager the display adapter should say VGA card. Reboot in Safe mode and run driver sweeper. In driver sweeper select AMD and do the cleaning. All the left over of old driver will be removed. Reboot to normal mode and then try to install the drivers and this time do complete installation.
Keep us posted.
Ok, so I have 2 Vista OS's on different partitions and I downloaded the catalyst and display drivers and they ommunicate but on my first Vista, the display adapter shows as Generic Display Monitor and the second one that doesn't work is Standard VGA Graphics Adapter.
I've been looking for info and I think it could be solved by BIOS flashing which doesn't sound good and I don't know how it would help.
I get error (Code 10) This device cannot start.
It's a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 card.
Help anyone? :/
I looked into ACPI and so I'm pretty sure it's OEM BIOS programming or however it's called but is there a way I can make it read drivers from my 2nd OS?
I am trying to play a few games such as Battlefield 3, GTA IV & Call of Duty: MW3.
However my graphics card driver for my Nvidia GTX 470 keeps stopping when ingame
In event viewer i get the following error:
Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.
They are the latest driver version: 301.42
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling.
Anyone know how to fix this
Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding
previous thread, i am not sure if u want to try all of that but you could try this
1.open device manager
2.under display adapters right click yours and "update driver software"
3.Click browse computer
4.Let me pick from a list
5.Click "have disk"
7.Find where nvidia puts the drivers when setting up.Should be in C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\(your version of driver)\WinVista_Win7_32\English
8.Look for "nv_disp.inf" and open that file then press ok
9.Click your videocard and press next.
10. should be finished, test out your game
I have an ATI Radeon HD 3870 graphics card with the code name: RV670. I'm trying to get the correct drivers for this card, but i cannot find them, apparently the ones from the ATI website aren't appropriate for my card. Can someone please help me find the right drivers, i've checked close to everywhere...
I have WinXP and have been trying to fix a graphics card driver problem, to no avail. I have visited Dell's website (my computer is an inspiron notebook E1705) and have not been able to find a driver that is compatible with my system. I have had the computer for over two years and just recently the driver started malfunctioning. I am not sure what I should do or whether I just need a new graphics card. If it helps, it says that I need a driver that is VGA compatible.
The symptoms are blue lines on the first two loading screens during start up and very slow scrolling speed.
Just wondering what I should do and where I could find a proper driver?
I have the same laptop what Graphics card do you have and what driver are you trying to install
Sorry if this doesn t belong here as I m obviously a newb but I require help My laptop is about a year old and when counterstrike source boots up it tells Radeon graphics Help driver me card update my me to Help me update my Radeon graphics card driver update my graphics card My card is an ATI Mobility Radeon and I m running XP I downloaded the Catalyst driver from the ATI site and when I try to install it it says INF Error Video Driver Not Found Setup was unable to complete the installation Try to setup your display adaptar with a standard VGA driver before running setup All I m trying to do is get a better FPS rate and I don t know if the Catalyst was supposed to work or if it s the right one or not however it s the only thing I could find on the ATI site I tried googling and found someone else with a similar situation and someone told them to download an Omega driver and then install Catalyst after however this is not on the ATI site and I want to make sure it will work and is official Thanks for any help nbsp
did you downlaod the moble drivers, or the regular ones?
I am running XP and intend to go to W7 shortly. I want to cover all of my bases and get my updated graphic driver before the switch. I went to the manufactuer site and they did not have W7 drivers listed yet. I have seen other posts on here about updating Mirage 3 drivers and was wondering where they got them. Thanks,
Hi, bigmck, and "Welcome to the Seven Forums."
First: Here is a site you can check (Click Here)
Second: Try using Vista drivers until new drivers for your card are available.
Third: Windows 7 may already have generic drivers for your graphics card.
Enjoy Windows 7 and good luck.
Hi I am having some trouble with my graphics card or driver crashing on a new PC when trying to play World of Warcraft It will only last anything between - minutes I have been only using Mac's for a long time so really don't know about the various tools 290 Radeon Card/Driver AMD Crashing Graphics R9 etc out there to assist So far I have downloaded TechPowerUp GPU-Z to monitor the temperature when I am using the computer for work etc the temp sits around oC Once I start the game this quickly climbs to the 's When the crash occurs both monitor go black and then I see the message on them saying monitor going Graphics Card/Driver Crashing AMD Radeon R9 290 to sleep The PC remains on in either two states One that Graphics Card/Driver Crashing AMD Radeon R9 290 it sounds normal and the game sound is still playing the other state is that fans in the PC spin up really fast and loud and I have to hold the power button to shut the PC down In the AMD CCC I have tried with the std setting and pulling the target cpu temp down from to and increasing the max fan speed to This didn't seem to make much difference The driver packing version I am using is - a- C-ATI I put all my PC spec into the fields when I joined this forum so hope it's easy to find as you ma need to know this I know this card is way overkill for World of Warcraft so don't really understand why this is happening Also in WOW I tried changing from Direct X to and pulled down the graphics spec but it made no difference All I can really say is with the temp of the graphics CPU I expected the fan on the GC to be running faster noisier I hope I have given enough information here and look forward to any advice help anyone can provide Thank you Nick
dont worry about the temperature in this instance as the r9's are designed to run that hot and will run that hot for the life of the card.
is that the latest version of the drive youve downloaded or the bundled cd version. sorry I cant check as im on my phone.
if it is try the latest beta version, these sometimes have a few bug fixes.
also what power supply are you using? as its missing from your list. most r9's require 500w psu minimum and some brands state upto 600w.
a cheap higher wattage psu cant always deliver reliable wattages and or actually go as high as they state.
Hello everyone I've run boot Can't with graphics driver enabled card into a bit of an issue since a recent hd wipe and fresh windows install After getting windows re-installed then Can't boot with graphics card driver enabled installing drivers for my video card AMD Radeon series I run into an issue where my computer won't completely boot It just goes to a blue screen with a windows logo on it that only fills maybe of my monitor No start button no icons no mouse pointer If I reboot into safe mode that works And if I disable the video card using the hardware manager I'm able to then reboot windows normally If I try re-enabling the video card drivers I just run into the previously mentioned boot issue again Things I've tried already Updated all drivers using Driver Fusion Driver Fusion Update manage and monitor drivers amp devices Treexy Tried both AMD and Intel Drivers same result Ran windows update to ensure everything else was up to date If anyone has any ideas I'd really appreciate it Thanks
Welcome to Sevenforums,
Have you also reinstall the Intel Chipset utility software given with your PC?
What's in Bios settings, have you disable the onboard graphics for setting the AMD primary.
What should i do now? Do HP cheat on customers?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/I-have-installed-driver-for-my-graphics-card-but-it-is/td-p/5708501
I'm not exactly sure on how you check what driver version you have?
But what's the best one to have from Nvidia for Windows 7 for build 7264 and up?
Quote: Originally Posted by ztmike
I'm not exactly sure on how you check what driver version you have?
But what's the best one to have from Nvidia for Windows 7 for build 7264 and up?
use this app to check GPU & driver status...... GPUZ
in regards to the ''best'' driver, there's really no answer other than just use the latest one 186.21, if your rig dont play nice with them just work your way backwards through driver revisions until it does......
I recently formatted my laptop, I installed the same (latest) graphics driver and games just won't go fullscreen even though they used to, I tried some legacy drivers but every time they screw up somehow and end up making my videos green and even crash my explorer.exe
Is there anything else I need to make my games run fullscreen because the black borders are pissing me off.
1 solution I found was that I could just install the drivers device manager does and it lets me play fullscreen with 4:3 but the problem is that adobe flash player crashes every time I open a video.
Graphics card: AMD Radeon HD 6310
CPU: AMD E-350
Thanks in advance!
Okay listen, I played around with my drivers as I mentioned, but when I get my legacy one, is there any way to fix the adobe dying issue? Like what's causing it anyway, that can't be display driver right?http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/361865-graphics-card-driver-not-working-intentended.html
Hello !I have a notebook 15-ac037ne with AMD Radeon R5 M330 dedicated graphics card.I couldn't find any driver for it for linux, even the open source drivers did not work.I can't stand Windows any more, so is there any alternative driver ?if not, is there any problem replacing it with maybe AMD Radeon R9 that has a linux driver ? or maybe some Nvidia one ?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Is-there-any-alternative-graphics-card-driver-for-linux/td-p/5787791
I recently cleaned out the inside of my laptop (with an air duster) and when I rebooted the graphics driver had disappeared. I have tried to reinstall the driver from the manufacturer's and the laptop manufacturer's website. Nvidia has installed but is causing BSOD system service exception. Alienware will not install.
So, my questions are:
1. Is there a graphics card diagnostic program I can run?
Solution still to try:
1. Reseat the graphics card.
Running WIN7. GC = Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTX 512GB
Thanks in advance
- Doo x
UPDATE: reseating graphics card has not solved problem.
Device manager code 43.
Will update with BSOD analysis shortly
I am having ALOT of trouble with my computer.
I upgraded from XP home edition(32 bit)to Windows 7 Ultimate(32 bit).
When it booted, everything was HUGE (taskbar,icons,webpages) and there was no
super cool aero either . It must be my graphics card, so i tried to look up which one
i have, but i keep getting "Standard VGA". I pretty sure i have an intel something,
but all the intel drivers i've downloaded have failed. PLEASE HEEEELLPPP
DELL Dimension 2400
Driver update, DriverMax, Driver Detector, GPU-Z, Windows update
Hello, everyone! I have problem with the driver for my Video Graphics Card. I'm with Windows 7 Ultimate x64, the video card is AMD Radeon 8750M and I don't know why the driver isn't working when I installed. Also I try with all drivers which I find and still doesn't work.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Problem-with-the-driver-for-my-Video-Graphics-Card/td-p/5793279
Please Help me :
Details of of my system is as below :-
? Destop PC
? My processor is intel 2.8GB
? RAM is 2 GB
? Hard disk : 40 GB
The adapter type is: standard VGA Graphics Adapter
Chip Type is: Intel(r)845G/845GL/845GE/845GV Graphics chip
Dac Type: 8 Bit
Adapter String: VGA
Bios Information: Hardware Version 0.0
Total Available Graphics Memory: 832 KB
Note : (Now the system is on 16bit colours)
In installed the video driver but i dont know what is the problem.
Please guide me how I update / install my original driver, so that fix this problem? Please guide me easy and simple procedure. Thanks.
Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .... Go to the Dell Website you can find your Original Drivers there ...http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/340956-problem-graphics-card-driver-windows-7-a.html
hey guys, pretty much my video driver is installed correctly for my laptop just when i have it enabled i cannot access normal windows unless i go to safe mode and uninstall or disable it. I tried re installing many new drivers and only one worked but for like 10 minuetes..after it worked i went to youtube to watch a video, had to install flash player 10 and was halfway thru the video when the screen froze. pc restarted and my screen was back to being split in half. Anyone have any suggestions to help?
What laptop do you own? What video card is present on the system?
hey, first time posting but heres my problem. Got given an old VGA card as a placeholder until i purchase a better card for my new system. (hopefully better than the intergrated gfx)
Installation into the VGA port is flawless, its just windows prompts me to select the driver, however, me not being an expert in the area of gfx i havent got a clue what kind of card this is and i'm not sure what kind of driver to search up on.
On the Fan at the front there is a 'XI XpertVision logo'. On the back theres a sticker that says...
'Model:6200A AGP8X 256MB DDR2 TV-OUT DVI'
I would be greatful if anyone could give me some assistance in finding out what this card is...( im aware i may have just anwsered my own question, however please rememeber i know pretty much nothing about gfx) and what kind of driver to get.
What Operating System are you using..XP??
Hey all I have a Dell Inspiron R SE model Card Driver Screwup Graphics Dual and have seriously goofed up here In my infinite wisdom I attempted to update the AMD graphics card driver through AMD rather than through Dell and was immediately greeted with Windows Startup Repair when it rebooted I ve since gotten it to boot properly but now the drivers for both the AMD Radeon HD M and the built in Intel HD have gotten tangled up in knots I ve tried getting it from the Dell support site this time and it half worked the problem is I think I have at least three drivers for my graphics cards banging around in here and am unsure how to safely uninstall this mess without causing more issue Any ideas here I couln t get a good restore point couldn t get a good driver rollback and really really don t want to do a factory reset EDIT Should probably have specified this is -bit Windows that s rather important
Create a restore point first, even though the drivers are not stable right now.
Download the Intel driver from - http://intel.ly/1T7ZN9B
Download the amd driver from - http://bit.ly/1RMqeC2
The above 2 listed links are directly from the vendor site - Intel and AMD. These are latest releases than compared to the drivers listed on the Dell support site.
Download the BIOS from - http://dell.to/1TK2M9M
From the same link above, you could also choose to download the old but stable drivers for the Intel and AMD video drivers.
Once done, uninstall the existing video drivers from device manager and from control panel -> programs and features.
Update the BIOS and restart the system. Once in windows, create another system restore point.
Install the Intel driver first - restart the system and then install the amd driver and restart the system.
This should fix the driver related issues you are facing. Once all installations are done, create one more restore point for future reference.
Keep us updated.
I m experiencing very unusual graphics card problems When playing World of Warcraft I use this as an example because I don t run any other graphics intensive games occasionally my graphics card will stop responding but recover a few seconds later causing my screen to go black for a short moment It s disruptive but not disastrous It has been doing this for a few weeks However the problem Corruption? Graphics Card Driver Crashes, is getting worse One day a few days ago WoW was suddenly completely unplayable with a framerate of no more than per second making it more of a slideshow of images Furthermore my graphics settings were locked it did this when I used my onboard GPU detecting that I didn t have the hardware to turn the graphics up beyond a certain setting though it was locked at a Graphics Card Crashes, Driver Corruption? different setting when I used the onboard GPU as opposed to now I did everything I could think of to fix it All the WoW troubleshooting I knew the complete reinstallation of the game the only thing that fixed it Graphics Card Crashes, Driver Corruption? was rolling back my graphics card driver So I thought oh something must have been wrong with the driver However I experienced the same problems again after a computer restart I installed the latest driver from nVidia and everything was fine again After restarting again a few hours later the problem returned It s appearing as though I have to reinstall the driver every time I restart my computer but the graphics card still sometimes crashes forcing me to hard-shut down and restart again I don t know what s going on but here is a rundown of system changes that may be causing the problem Here s my TSG SysInfo for reference Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version OS Version Microsoft Windows Home Premium bit Processor Intel R Core TM Quad CPU Q GHz Intel Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM Mb Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mb Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB D Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard ASUSTeK Computer INC CG Rev X x MT K Antivirus AVG Anti-Virus Free Updated and Enabled -- Several months ago my old graphics card a GeForce GT stopped working - the fan wouldn t spin and the graphics card would overheat if I so much as played solitaire So I had to remove it and use my onboard GPU until I had the means to get a new graphics card About a month ago I installed my new GeForce GTX graphics card and everything was great I had no problems WoW ran like a dream and I was happy especially after having to use the onboard GPU for months The problem started after I installed the Rift beta I don t know if the Rift installation is to blame but that s when the problem started it could be incidental Anyway when I installed Rift that s when WoW stopped working becoming slow and choppy Beyond choppy - I was getting a new frame only every five seconds or sometimes longer I uninstalled Rift which seemed to change some DirectX setting I don t know enough about DirectX to specify and WoW was working again However after a computer restart several days later WoW was unplayable again I uninstalled and reinstalled WoW ran a registry cleaner recommended to me by a tech friend of mine even did a system restore to before I installed Rift and I m still having the problem The only thing that fixes it is reinstalling the nVidia driver for my card from this link http www nvidia com object win -winvista- bit- -whql-driver html so you know I have the right one but the card still sometimes crashes and my computer locks up and I lose the VGA signal to my monitor And whenever I restart the problem comes back I downloaded Rift from the official company website so I don t think it came with a virus I also have run virus checks and come up with nothing Could it be a VGA cable issue I ve been having some quot ghosting quot issues with my monitor which I heard could be symptomatic of a bad VGA cable Or maybe it s the graphics card voltage I am pretty sure I installed it correctly and... Read morehttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/graphics-card-crashes-driver-corruption.982024/