Compatibility Issue Between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader And Windows?
May 24, 2008
i`ve got a problem, when i`m trying to install MASS STORAGE DEVICE it appears this message. Compatibility issue between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader and Windows. This problem was caused by a compatibility issue between Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader and this version of Windows. Texas Instruments PCIxx12 FlashMedia Reader was created by Texas Instruments Incorporated and is distributed by Sony Corporation.
Toshiba Satellite X205-SLi4 Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit SP2 Does anyone know where to get the latest TI PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller ? I went to ti.com but I have never experienced a worse website for the purpose of locating & downloading drivers. I couldn't find it. ( In contrast, nVIDIA's website is so easy it's almost impossible not to quickly find the correct driver. )
I am currently having problems resizing pdf files when viewing them in acrobat reader 8.0. Basically, the window will resize, but the content that I have opened will not. I am using windows vista ultimate x64.I have installed the reader normally, and I have also tried installing it under xp service pack 2 compatibility as an administrator. Additionally, I have tried running the reader in normal compatibility mode and xp sp2 compatibility as an administrator. I have also tried the foxit reader 2.0, which resizes the content, but seems to require a lot of cpu to do so and doesn't display the content as clearly as adobe's reader.Any workarounds, or other pdf reader recommendations?
I recently overclocked my cpu from the stock 2.67 to 3.8 Bclk 194 cpu volt 1.4 Dram bus volt 1.50 Qpi/dram core volt 1.375 Temperature was fine
Which ran fine gave it a few tests (prime95) which was all good, but there was a problem with the sleep function if i did it a second time vista would not boot, i would just get a black screen, and twice when i turned the computer on it gave me a overclock failed message, if i restarted it all was good but i was unsure so now im running it stock.
i have been getting a few errors with various programs (java, call of duty 5, crysis) they have been crashing from time to time, the solution centre found a problem and gave me this message "This problem was caused by a compatibility issue between this version of Windows and a chipset in your computer. The chipset was created by Intel Corporation. The model name of the chipset that caused this problem is Intel QuickPath Architecture I/O Hub."...............
I recently bought and tried to install Sega Rally Revo on my computer running Windows Vista. I got an error saying the game wasn't compatible. I clicked a link to check for fixes and saw and downloaded a Patch. When I tried to install it, it wouldn't work either.
For all those detractors out there who believe Vista is rubbish for older games, and in particular Vista x64, I'd like to present some evidence to the contrary, in the form of a blast from the past. 1995 to be exact.I've recently re-aquired an original Diablo 1 (what can I say - I'm a Diablo fan), and figured because I was using Vista Ultimate x64, I'd have to run it in Windows XP under Microsoft Virtual PC 2007. However, when I got home from work this afternoon, I inserted the disk and allowed the autoplay to run.
The game installed without problems. Although I must mention that I changes the install path from "C:Program Files (x86)Diablo" to "C:GamesDiablo". And it played! To top it off, it even showed up in the Vista Games Explorer. This has surely got to be the oldest game I know of that has installed without any issues whatsoever onto Vista x64, and does not even need to have any compatibility mode settings manually changed! Here are two screenshots that shows the following information: That I am using Vista x64 Diablo 1 displays in the Game Explorer Diablo 1 runs without any Compatibility Mode settings! A view of the game in action, with a newly created character This is truly a testament to the compatibility of Windows Vista x64, and the quality of games produced by Blizzard!
I've been using MS Windows since it's initial release years ago. Hard as it may be to believe, there was a time when anything that ran on an earlier version of Windows was guaranteed to run on the latest version. It's gotten progressively worse over the years and now we have Vista, where anything that ran on an earlier version is virtually guaranteed to go haywire.
If there's been some sort of improvement here, I fail to see it.
I recently purchased a new, loaded, Dell XPS laptop with Windows Vista Ultimate. As a systems developer and consultant, I frequently set my laptop up on a customer's network, expecting to browse those networks, and map network shares. With Windows Vista, I appears this utility has been taken away.
I recently downloaded and installed Vista SP-1, and the problem (deficiency) persists. The only solutions I have found reccomend I should install LLTD on every XP machine with which I wish to establish network connections. This is impracticable because the general maintenance of those machines is not within the scope of my work (nor always my control).................
I want to run Vista x64, but heard about some compatibility issues with some programs and actually need it for the 8GB of memory. I know Vista x32 will only read 3 GB Memory. What I want to know is there that many programs that will not run on x64? Should I stay with x32? I only have a few older programs like Lock-on Modern Combat and Flight sim X and want to run COD 4 and WaW. Will I be ok with this set-up?
Redownloaded game using registration key etc. From Desktop i click icon. Screen goes black. I went in the FILES and under PROPERTIES a window opens :" COMPATIBILITY: If it worked properly on an earlier version select compatible mode that matches that earlier version".
I have a coule of games that will not run on Vista. I have Vista Home Premium. I have searched the web and tried every approach i could. I download a whole lot of patches and still not progress. I wonder, is there any way to run XP games on Vista?
I have been trying to play 1602ad on Windows Vista and it needs to be run in 256 color mode. I have run the compatiblity wizard like everyone has told me to and it doesn't change anything. I have even gone straight to the application and told it to run in 256 mode and nothing happens game still won't work. Is there a driver or something I can download to get my monitor to display in 256. I have and generic PnP monitor.
I have just built a new PC and installed Vista Home Premium X64, basically, I am having a lot more software compatibility issues than I expected - some with programs I require for work purposes and as such can???t be without. Microsoft are not allowing you to use your purchased Vista licence to temporarily downgrade to XP while the well publicised compatibility issues are addressed?
ForceWare 169.04 Beta Version: 169.04 Release Date: October 26, 2007 Operating System: Windows Vista 64-bit Language: U.S. English File Size: 48.6 MB
Beta driver for GeForce 6, 7, and 8 series GPUs including GeForce 8800 GT. Recommended driver for Crysis single player game demo and TimeShift. Several game and application compatibility fixes. Please read the release notes for more information on product support, features, driver fixes and known compatibility issues.
Anyone got the time to explain what the heck Vista "compatibility files" are all about? In my case I installed a older piece of software (maybe a couple of years old) on my laptop runnibg Vista Basic Home, the program installed and runs ok, but when I went take a look in the program's folder , there were files that should have been that are not listed, then I noticed listed on the menu where Organize, Views, Burn options are located another option called Compatibility Files, so being the seek and ye shall find kind of guy I clicked on the "compatibility files" folder and there were the missing files.
My Gateway computer has Vista Home Premium. My Toshiba laptop has XP. I purchased a Sandisk Ultra II, 2GB to transfer data from my laptop to the Gateway. The data transferred from the laptop to the Sandisk but the computer with Vista does not see the data on the card. I saved a photo from the Vista computer to the card and it shows up with the Vista computer but not in the XP computer. Apparantly the card is fine. What is my problem with Vista vs XP?
I have a Gateway ML6703 Notebook running Windows Vista Home Premium 32-Bit.I had to reload windows because of a windows update that put my computer in a forever restart loop. Anyway, after the reload I noticed I'm missing the drive I need to look at my photos how to find out who the model/vendor is? I looked in the device manager and uninstalled the Mass Storage Controller, which doen't say what it is or even if it is the reader, then reboot. The computer does a search but doesn'tfind anything, then asks to insert the disk that came with the drive which I never had. I also tried the operating disc but my machine doesn't find it there either.
I purchased reader a month ago anticipating use on my new computer that just arrived. Then I find it will not work with Vista 64. I got spoiled with it on XP. Does anyone know when software will be available for Vista 64?If not does anyone know of a good fingerprint reader that is compatable with Vista 64?
I am not sure if the issue of 'Vista compatibility' & KVM switches is a relevant one. (One KVM vendor I contacted claimed KVM's functioned independently regardless of the operating system). I would like some reassurance because:
1. I will soon be installing Vista Ultimate 64-bit on a new PC 2. I run two W2K PCs thru an old Belkin, PS/2, KVM switch ("OmniCube 4-Port") that has never been a problem but I'd like to replace it if it might become an issue with Vista. 3. The Microsoft Vista-ready hardware listing does not appear to include KVM switches 4. Belkin Tech Support has failed to reassure - their responses to my inquiries has been mixed & less than a clear 'yes' or 'no' (a Belkin tech agt.has indicated their USB models have Vista issues) 5. I did discover that zonenetusa.com posted a Vista-ready list for their components & they claim their model KVM3304 - a PS/2, 4-port KVM - is 'Vista-ready' - (That is reassuring but do I need it?)
can any Vista hardware guru advise if PS/2, KVM switches represent any relevant Vista 64-bit compatibility issues? If so, can you suggest what options I have to prepare for a relatively painless installation that will continue to maintain my KVM setup?
Attempted to install Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional which generated the message: There is a known compatibility issue. Could find no specifics on what the specific issue was on the microsoft or adobe websiste. Working with Vista Ultimate on a 2.4Ghz machine with 4 Gb DDR memory.
i'm trying to play multiplayer on this game through a home network. when i create a game i cant find it when i search through another vista running computer it doesn't appear. when i run 2 XP running computers (which are no longer with us), it works fine through those (using a wi-fi connection) and through vista i have tried Wi-fi and ethernet connection, but still no luck. i have minimized the game to unblock the windows firewall for the network accessing, but still no luck. i tried running the game in compatibility mode in both 98/ME and XP and still, again, no luck. i should probably add that a few months ago i tried running it through 1 XP PC and 1 Vista PC and it didn't work on there either.
I'm using Vista Home Premiun SP1. After every startup, the Program Compatibility Assistant of Vista makes a window appear on the lower right corner (inside the system tray, near the time and volume icons) saying that the drivers of a certain program is not compatible with Vista. Actually, this certain program is running very nicely on my machine. So to prevent this annoying pop-up window from appearing, I just want to turn off or disable Vista's built-in Program Compatibility Assistant.
Vista advisor reports no compatibility for Intel SMBus Controller - 2930. This is a viable controller with the latest driver. Will this give me a problem when installing Vista? Was curious why it woud report as no "no compatibility?"
I've used Vista (home basic) for a while now and there wasn't any serious compatibility issues with the motherboard. I reinstalled it a couple of weeks back, and ever since then, there's been an issue with shutting down the computer. Usually, if I select SHUT DOWN from the start menu, the computer doesn't shut down completely, but enters a sleepish/suspended mode.The red (busy/status) light doesn't flicker, but the fan and the green (power) light remains on. Also, I have a WD My Book (500Gb) connected, and usually it shuts itself down once the computer powers down. Now though, when the computer enters this "sleepyish" mode, the power light on the My Book switches from on to off every few seconds.
Oh and also, even before reinstalling Vista, I've never been able to WAKE the computer after putting it to sleep. It just becomes unresponsive to anything (mouse, keyboard - I've tried a lot of buttons) and I have to press the power button on the computer. The motherboard is P4R800-VM, manufactured by Asus. I'm using a Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Extreme Audio sound card, and a nVidia GeForce 6200 A-LE graphics card. I don't think they've got any conflicting issues.
I'm considering upgrading my processor to 64 bit when Windows 7 comes out and would like to know if my current 32 bit version of Office 2007 can be upgraded without cost to 64bit. Cost is a big factor in my considering an upgrade.