My freshly installed Windows 7 Professional often crashes when video is played from local hard disk or though internet. The system sometimes crashes even when only music visualization (e.g. though Winamp) is enabled. The system still crashes and this is independent of movie player used.
I wonder if any of my video drivers are outdated or whether I have insufficient memory...
ASUS F5R (2007) 32-bit Windows 7 Professional installed on 3/11/2012 original OS: Windows XP
recently i bought a 4870 graphic card. after installing it when i play a dvd or mpg2 files on windows media player the screen jumping like splashing. i installed K-Lite Software and played dvd on media player classic, my problem solved but in windows media player the problem is like before. what is the problem ?
( i`m using Vista SP1 X64 ) in windows 7 build 7057 x64 i have this problem too and after installing K-lite , in media player classic my problem didn`t solved. and while windows indexing files on vob and mpg2 files screen jumping again.
i think if i can default k-lite mpg2 codecs for windows my problem will be solve. waiting for your answers thanks see this link too : Asus Ati 4870 1gb mpg2 video files problem.
Soundmax driver that will work for my computer i've downloaded many but nothing has worked yet, i have an Asus K8V-X SE motherboard and the closest driver that worked was "Realtek AC'97 Audio for VIA (R) Audio Controller" well it doesn't work because no sound actually comes out of it but the speakers do make a noise when it shuts down.
I have just got this wireless card ASUS WL 138g v2. I'm having problems with it contecting to any networks it finds the networks and then I type in the secuirty code and then it keeps saying unable to connect to the network. I have tried the built in drivers in Windows 7 and also downloaded the vista drivers from Asus website but it has not worked? Does this sound like a driver problem? If so does anyone know where I can find a driver that works on Windows 7?
I've got an Asus M2N-MX motherboard without the optional S/PDIF connector. Under Vista Professional 64-bit I was able to plug my speakers into the line-out socket and get sound using the 64-bit driver from the Asus website. Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit assumes I've got the S/PDIF connected so I don't get sound from the Line-out socket. I've tried installing the Vista 64-bit drivers I used before but these don't seem to work, even in Compatibility Mode. What can I do to get the sound working again?
where I can get a driver for the audio on my old Asus P5L-MX Motherboard.I have a paid-for Driver Boost app that had updated all the drivers since I installed Windows 7 but even that can't find one for the Soundmax.Went to both the Asus and Soundmax sites but for the love of me can't find one.Ran the Windows Compatability Wizard that said the audio drivers would be fine when I upgraded from Vista to Seven!
When I installed Win 7 clean, everything was fine for a couple of days. Then I noticed I had lost support for the Tosiba HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-T20L ATA which I used to install Windows. Now my CD doesn't even show up; trouble shooter says it can't install since the registry entry doesn't agree...huh???
I tried copying the cdrom.sys from my Vista 64 to Win 7 64 and tried to get it to use that, but no avail.
Anybody ever had this problem? I went back to my Vista 64 and the CD drive works fine.
I'm having issues installing the Realtek Gigabit driver for this ASUS m6000 m6r laptop. I've been able to install sound and a few other drivers using win xp compatibility but i'm stuck on the network (which is probably one of the most important!) has anyone had any similar problems and found a solution for this? The laptop is a colleagues, my win 7 is running just fine.
my integrated audio is ad1985 (ASUS p4p800se), it can just work like common AC97 of no soundmax. Hardware does not support but my xp can do, i cant find upgrade drivers in Google, someone tell me how to do ?
I tried searching for this issue or similar but it's an unusual one and difficult to search for so I'm hoping I've not overlooked a thread that contains the issue already.
Essentially I have the retail version of Windows 7 Home Premium and everything is fine until I install the Asus Xonar D2X drivers. I've tried at least 3 versions of the drivers that I could find online. The drivers themselves work and the software installs correctly, once installed the sound works and I get the Xonar control panel.
However, once those drivers are installed most of the applications I have, Firefox, Internet Explorer, MSN, Windows Update, etc etc stop functioning properly. In order to make them function I have to set them all to run as administrator giving the UAC prompt and also meaning that some plugins etc within the apps don't function properly.
I've managed to narrow it down to just the Xonar audio drivers through a process of elimination and system restores and it is 100% reproducible.
Curiously using my motherboard's supplied soundcard works perfectly so I'm using that as a temporary work around until I can find a resolution to the problem.