Windows 7 and PCI graphics cards
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Intel(R) 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family
Do you recommend me the same graphics card?? In the specs it has PCI and also PCI-Express slots.
I think its possible from the discussion here: ATI 9250 PCI video card problem
I just can't figure it out. I can't seem to install any drivers at all as it defaults to the Standard VGA Graphics Adapter Drivers. Right not it says "This device cannot start." It has been out of a computer case just laying around for about a year... is it possible its broken? I haven't got anything out of my third monitor. If I needed to replace it can anyone recommend me a new one?
XFX GeForce 9600 GT XXX Video Card - FREE Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare PC Game, 512MB DDR3, PCI Express 2.0, (Dual Link) Dual DVI, HDTV, HDMI Support PVT94PYDDU
I have an onboard video card that is a 6150 LE. I can see video when I hook it up to the onboard video card, but when I connect my monitor to the graphics card, there is only a black screen.
I was wondering if anyone could provide some helpful tips for this. I'm getting desperate; I tried getting the card to work all day today with no luck. I know there are some other threads with this same video card, but the majority of them do have the video card in the device manager. This situation may be more unique. I'll provide my comp specs if needed.
PCI bus 4, device 6, function 2
PCI bus 4, device 6, function 3
PCI bus 4, device 6, function 4
I just searched on google for somewhere to download the devices, I then download and install, and the errors don't go away. I was also wandering if these are the reason the performance of my Laptop is slightly worse than how it was when I was using Vista 32-bit(games are bit choppier and have lower frame rate than before).
The HTPC uses Windows Media Center for recording and viewing off the air TV, saving the recordings on a hard drive. Occasionally, I like to access the recordings on the HTPC using Media Center (also Win7 Ultimate 64) on a different PC in another room.
This worked fine as long as the HTPC was up and running, but since it was sometimes asleep when I'm trying to use the other PC, I set up Wake on Lan to wake up the HTPC from the other PC, specifically using the magic packet method.
This worked well with the PRO/1000 GT adapter, but I recently replaced it with an Intel EXPI9301CTBLK PCI Express card, which gave me a significant increase in speed versus the PRO/1000 GT.
However, the Wake on Lan will no longer work, and, believe me, I've tried every possible combination of Intel configuration option, BIOS setting, Windows 7 power management setting, etc.
I believe the bottom line is the Intel EXPI9301CTBLK is powering down whenever the HTPC is put to sleep, while the older PCI card wasn't.
But I don't know how to get the PCI Express card to stay on. There is a bios setting for PME which is supposed to allow the computer to wake from the PCI and PCI Express bus, but this has been on from day one.
Not sure what else to try, except upgrading the mb bios, but the newer bios version descriptions don't say anything about wol/PCI Express/power options.
Then I started to copy and move files and create shortcuts and delete old files or directories and other basic housekeeping chores on the new PC.
I am having this problem in spades. I conclude from the thread that there is no solution at present.
I can't find a driver for it from ATI and was wondering if the fix some have done for other graphics cards (3850) will work on this?
"ATI Radeon HD 3650 AGP" = ati2mtag_RV630, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_9596
Tried that with this alone and with every other graphic cards, tried manual and auto(trough catalyst setup) setup but I just cant get it too work.
Also many times I cant manually install as windows says that it didnt find any newer driver then the standard VGA.