I have just assembled a Tiger Direct barebones kit with Win 7 64 bit home premium.
ASUS motherboard with onboard ATI graphics, and a Radeon HD 4350 graphics card to boost graphics performance. The machine tends to shut down with a BSOD which provides this error message.
I can't access the two help files--not sure what to use to open the .dmp file--I don't see a Windows 7 version of software to open than, and while I am the administrator for the machine under my own login, I'm told I don't have admin rights and need permission to open the file. I reviewed the permissions and don't see any more I can have, so I'm perplexed.
At the same time, my tech friends suggest my problem is likely to be a driver conflict between the onboard and the video card and I should work on resolving this. When I check DM the Radeon video card shows no conflicts and says it's working correctly.
In the meantime, my digital monitor works on the analog video outputs both from the motherboard and the graphics card, but neither DVI output works. I've got the latest available drivers for the Radeon card and the Windows 7 check for Samsung drivers says the PnP driver is the latest available. Samsung shows no new drivers for Windows 7.
I have a graphics card usr5699b that was working for a short time on win 7 but after 2 days it caused my video cards to mess up possible driver issue or irq conflict. Is there anyway to make the drivers compatible with win 7?
I have a laptop and netbook on the same home network. A message on the laptop tells me:Windows has detected an IP address conflict. Another computer on this network has the same IP address as this computer.
I am having 2 issues with my computer and because of that I am losing internet connection intermittently.
1) Problem 1 - I lose internet connections very frequently. My PC drops connection and connects back with in 1 min. When I checked system event I see the log as below. -- Name resolution for the name dns.msftncsi.com timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded. here dns.msftncsi.com is just one server, but I do see logs for other server as well.
2)Problem 2 - Time to time I get IP conflict issues. I don't have fixed IP address. The system detected an address conflict for IP address 192.168.0.4 with the system having network hardware address 90-21-55-E8-29-C8. Network operations on this system may be disrupted as a result.
Initially I thought both problems was todo with my ISP provider, but I begin to think it could be issue with my computer as my ISP provider tried everything from their side such as changing modem, router..etc.
My computer is windows 7, intel core i7 Q720@1.60GHZ, 8GB Ram.
I noticed a couple weeks ago that my mouse/pointer was moving erattically in photoshop. Upon a left mouse click, whatever tool I was using would jump where it should not be (eg the move tool would displace a layer after a left click, or the brush tool would add a swipe of color where it shouldn't be, or the marquee tool, refusing to de-select because it would add a new selection at a new mouse click)--and this has been causing massive frustrations to say the least.I'm on a Windows 7 64-bit install, Quad core, 2.8Ghz, 8Gig RAM system.After chasing the problem for a few days, it appears to be caused by a PCI network interface card. If I remove the card, the behavior goes away... But if I only disable the card in devices, the problem persists. I've tried updating the drivers, but this doesn't help. The problem card is a Rosewell, which uses a RTL8100C chipset. I tried a Belkin PCI NIC to see if that would help (chipset 8139a), but it causes the same erattic behavior.So, I'm looking at a system problem (not a photoshop problem), maybe a hardware conflict. Photoshop is the only program in which I've noticed the behavior.My first step has been ordering an Intel PCI-express card, which uses an Intel 82574L chipset (rather than Realtek).
I am using a verizon uml290 usb modem on a Lenovo desktop computer and every time I connect to the internet I get the message of IP address conflict. I am able to connect and use the internet fine but I keep getting the message. When I check the event log there ate approximately 1800 entries and this computer is only a month old.
I want to use Windows Fax and Scan on an HP desktop computer running Win 7 Home Premium. I bought an inexpensive internal PCI fax modem and installed it, which seemed to go without problem. Device Manager reports it is working properly, but when I use the Diagnostics to query the modem I get an error that the port the modem is attached to could not be opened because of a possible hardware conflict.. The modem log reports the following:
The computer has no built-in COM ports (strictly USB), and the modem, like almost all internal modems, installs iteself on virtual port COM3. When I try to change the port to *any* other COM port, I get an error that the port has been opened by another application.
I'm having a problem with using USB network adapters, I've tried three different ones and they all end up shutting off my computer every few hours. It is some form of USB conflict I can't seem to fix.
I tried switching to a PCI card, but since I happen to be in a corner in the house having the wireless adapter on top of the desk is the only thing that seems to get me any sort of signal. But the USB Adapters all persist in shutting me down. Just a hard-shutoff with no warning, all of a sudden bam, its just powered off.
Right now I'm using a Belkin N+ USB Adapter. Any ideas on how to correct this issue? I have several other USB devices plugged in as well: KVM switch, external hard drive, webcam, mouse+keyboard.
I need advice to repair conflict with Windows 7 update which causes my HP notebook to not recognize scanner function of my printer. It says WAI driver missing, but I never deleted any drivers. I no longer have disk with drivers. I have repaired this before with doing a system restore to before update, but is extreme solution to have to keep repeting and causes other problems.
I've been using an Asus ROG G51J gaming laptop for a while now, and a couple months back, I noticed this weird problem. Occasionally, when my headphones were plugged in, I'd hear this popping noise. Sometimes it was just one pop in minutes, sometimes it sounded like machinegun fire. After a bit of investigation, I realized that for the duration of each pop (a fraction of a second, at most) my computer would play sound through its onboard speakers instead of the headphones. It didn't seem to change based on what programs I had running or what devices I had connected to the computer, and restarting the machine entirely only temporarily defeated the problem.
I do use a online USB foot pedal that is used for transcription. I have two plugs powering the system, one for the monitor and the other to the CPU, connected to a extension cord with 5 sockets. To the rest of the sockets I had my DTH (digital tv receiver) and a small tv connected. With this setup, when I am working with my footpedal, it works for 1/2 an hour with proper play, rewind, and forward controls. After 1/2 an hour, it starts acting weird and begins to control itself in that it plays stops rewinds continuously by itself making it difficult for me. At first I thought it is driver issue and reinstalled and installed and tried all methods. I do get lot of errors at such times if I change the USB port for the pedal during the times of this issue. However, the moment I switch the DTH off from the power source. It all seemed to be working fine again without any issue.
Considering that, I thought it may be due to some voltage problem with distribution of power and I connected the DTH set seperately out to an entirely different AC wall socket but same room. Again, for the first half an hour the pedal controls works fine, and then the same thing happens and the moment I switch the DTH receiver off, its all back to normal.
My laptop won't work with the Ethernet cable and say it has an IP conflict. All my computers have an IP address starting with 192 and the laptop has an IP address starting with 169. I did an ipconfig and on ipv4 is where I got the IP addresses. I tried to do an ipconfig / release but it won't release the IP address because of the wireless media.
It may be because there are 3 DVI ports on the one card but Win 7 does not recognise all 3 monitors, only 2.
On the contrary the Nvidia control panel recognises all 3 monitors and I am able to configure all 3 screens with a res of 5760 / 1080. All is fine until I reboot and then nothing. All monitors blank. I can only assume that it's because of a conflict with the Nvidia driver (latest) and windows.
My question is, is it possible to force windows to recognise all 3 monitors?
ASUS SKT-1366 P6T Deluxe V2 Windows 7 64 bit i7 975 Extreme OC to 4.2GHZ 6gb of 1866mhz Dominator DDR3 1TB Samsung F1 SATA II Nvidia GeForce 590 GTX Acer 3D 27 inch X 3 3D Vision Surround.
I am using a Dial up connection but when I have to connect dial up connection then I have to change my local area connection ip. Is there any tip or method which is able to my local area connection ip through batch programming/Command prompt ?I need random ips every time before connect from dial up connection. Would it be possible from batch programming.
well i searched past threads but couldnt find what i was looking for. i have already downloaded the audio driver for my dell d600 but i have been unable to find the video driver. not sure if it is relevant but the laptop will play downloaded videos.
I am not sure if I can still fix this but I am trying not to lost hope here. This started when I upgrade my professional XP to windows7 Ultimate. I was able to use it for at least 3 months with no issue but then my computer crashed. I decided not to use windows7 anymore and then installed back my XP professional but even I have tried to uninstall and reinstall the XP os, my computer tends to use the generic driver of the video card. It will not detect now my monitor driver as well. I still have all th cd drivers but my computer always tells me it can't locate the driver. Should I replace or buy a new video card or is it my monitor driver that is damaged?
When I first installed the OS I used windows update in order to install a driver for my vid card. I am now trying to use a driver from nvidia. I go through the entire process of installation smoothly, restart, but when I go back into the device manager the same microsoft driver is there.
I'm trying to play World of Warcraft on an old laptop I have. I've been told to update my video drivers but I've been searching for some hours but can't find them anywhere.The laptop is an IBM ThinkPad T42 running Windows 7 32bit. If any more information is needed, please reply to the thread and I'll answer asap.
PC got good cooling i check my flow and it moving past CPU and Video the most air
OS Windows Vista 64bit and Windows 7 64bit
My mobo has onboard video and whe i pull my video card out and run off on board it still does this driver crashing
my video Card driver keep crashing in both os at desktop alll the time and it just keep doing it i just be watching a video on line or just looking at stuff or on web or anything even game all suddden my pc frozes for sec but my mouse moves and then go black and then back to desktop like nothing happen and windows keeps
and it doesnt do driver crash when i am in games like OFP2
and i tryed older drivers and newer drivers and i just dont know what to do
i about to pull this card out and see if it does it on g@y onboard video that came on this board..
if anyone could show me any light or any info on what i should do or need to do lmk.
I just got Diablo II and I just bought a new laptop and it is running Windows 7 64 bit and everything runs fine but the colors in the game are all messed up. Like rainbowy. I downloaded the latest patch as well.
So I had several video crashes over the last few days so I decided download updated drivers for my x5850. Running windows 7/64 on a quad core i750. AMD drivers site says this is a legacy device. It also shows "vista" and the wrong part numbers so their site is messed up (using pull down menu's I selected my gear/OS) and yet it refers me to drivers for a device thats about 7 years old, instead of the one I actually requested for
I am running windows 7 Home 32bit. My Laptop is Samsung r530. The Video driver (Mobile intel 4 series 188.8.131.522) has been repeatidly crashing since last month or so. I have just updated it as well but the problem is still there. The BSOD occurs from few minutes to several hours after booting.(NOTE: I haven't reinstalled the windows since last 1.5 years and it is the same OEM windows that came with the laptop.