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It must be the memory or the RAM. try to remove it and insert it on the other slot. if still happening the same problem then try to use windows xp service pack 2 (thats what im using right now). format it again. hope that helps!
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Not showing for advertising of repair. Showing for adding extra copper sheeting material, to the graphics chipset. A BGA Rework Station is the best method.
The problem, is inadequate cooling for the graphics chipset. Bad design by HP.
As you can see in the above information, the bottom of the graphics chipset has Solder Balls. These Solder Balls match up with Copper Pads on the motherboard. (The Copper Pads are also gold plated)
The graphics chipset is set into place on the motherboard, with the Solder Balls lining up on the Copper Pads. Heat is then applied at a specific temperature, and length of time.
This action melts the Solder Balls, and solders the graphics chipset TO the Copper Pads. Which in turn of course, solders the graphics chipset TO the motherboard.
The solder connections made are called Solder Joints. When the graphics chipset repeatedly overheats, the solder connections partially melt again. Then the laptop is turned off, and the graphics chipset cools down.
This causes Cold Solder Joints, and a bad contact of graphics chipset TO motherboard.
If this is a problem with your laptop state back in a Comment. Going on............
IF, the display shows on the external VGA monitor, and is good; the problem is the Video Cable, or inside the Display Assembly. (screen Inverter or LCD screen)
Let me know after your diagnosis what the outcome is. 1) NO display on external VGA monitor. 2) Display on external VGA monitor.
You have not mention your Operating System(OS) on your PC System.
To get USB 2.0 support for VIA Chipset Mainboard 1. For Win 98 OS, you have to install "VIA chipset USB 2.0 driver"
2. For WinXP OS you must install, at least Service Pack 1, (recommended you install the lastest Service Pack 3) to to get USB 2.0 support.
3. Install the VIA Chipset drivers for your Mainboard ie "VIA Hyperion 4-in-1 driver v5.12A".
Try testing it out through your external ports like the vga, svideo (hdmi if you have one) port to a external monitor, or a tv and see if you get anything there. If you are able to get display to a tv, or external monitor through your external port, then you might have a issue with your screen inverter, or loose connection somehwere between your screen and your laptop base. Secondly if you can't get a display to a tv or external monitor using the external ports, or you get the same display like your screen, then your vga chipset is screwed, and you motherboard will need replacement since the vga chipset is solder onto the motherboard. At this point you can either try to replace the motherboard, (which is going to cost you almost or more then a brand new laptop) or decide to go ahead and get a new laptop.
Click Control Panel
Click Classic View
Click Device Manager
Expand the "USB Serial Bus Controllers" branch.
Any "yellow" or "red" icons indicate that the device-driver software for your USB ports is not installed, or it is incorrectly installed.
Since your Shuttle motherboard uses a VIA chipset, VIA says:
For Win2K and WinXP, due to licensing agreements, a VIA USB2 driver package cannot be distributed online. Driver support for VIA USB 2.0 controllers requires Windows XP SP1 (Service Pack 1), Windows 2000 SP4, or system upgrade through Windows Update.
So, just run Microsoft Windows Update, and look in the "Optional Hardware" section for available downloads for the USB 2.0 ports on your motherboard. Select and download and install the update.
Hmm? Everything except replacing the motherboard, sometimes it does not get any better, but...go into your BIOS and turn off the Gateway splash screen. It will be an option in maybe the first or second menu choice. Make sure your on board video device is disabled and save your options when exiting. Good luck and let me know how it turns out.
Pleas don?t Change any setting in your VGA port Adapter Windows will automatically disable your old or integrated Graphique Card, so set default setting in your configuration then reboot your pc
Your upgrade options
If you want to upgrade your system to Windows XP, the first thing you need to do is verify that it meets the system requirements for the newer operating system.
You will need:
Windows 98 or later version of Microsoft Windows operating system.
At least a 233Mhz processor. Any manufacturer (AMD, Intel, IBM, VIA, etc.) will do.
At least 128MB of system memory.
1.5 Gigabytes of free hard drive space (note that you should have at least 3 gigabytes if you want to do any meaningful work with your system after the upgrade).
A CD-Rom or CD/RW drive.
Mouse and keyboard (either USB or PS/2).
A video adaptor and monitor capable of displaying 800x600 resolution. If you are not sure about this, change the resolution within Windows 98 by right clicking on an empty area of the desktop and selecting 'properties' then going to the 'settings' tab. The resolution slider is at the bottom left. Set it to '800x600' and click 'apply.' If your screen is still legible, you are fine. If the 800x600 option is unavailable, you may need to upgrade your video adaptor before upgrading Windows.
Note that if the screen becomes scrambled, blank or unreadable, you will probably need a new monitor as your current one cannot handle the required resolution. If your system meets the minimum requirements for Windows XP, it's time to find out which version of the operating system you can upgrade to.
hi, this what i think is the problem the operating program your using now is wrong for the monitor coz to my expirience some monitors can't handle winxp,winvista or the other thing is that you have not found the right software for the monitor .
Do research good luck