Clueless to the meaning,NO COMPATIBLE DISPLAY DEVICES FOUND
A friend wipe clean my e-machine computer to get a virse remove & a trojen . when i upload my game (bought at wal-mart) and go to play,get this, no compatible display devices found, i am at a dead-end on what this means or how to fix it so i can play my games. Can you please HELP!
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Re: clueless to the meaning,NO COMPATIBLE DISPLAY DEVICES...
The game you are trying to play does not support your graphics card or ther is a problem
with your graphics driver. To be sure, try uninstalling the graphics driver and then
reinstall it again. Then try to run your game again.
Also make sure that your antivirus is not blocking the games
Re: clueless to the meaning,NO COMPATIBLE DISPLAY DEVICES...
I had install 7 wonders 2 on my computer, but lately I install a new video card Nvidia e-Geforce 6200, The game started to troubleshoot, the mouse arrow was like flooding, so I unstalled the game, and reinstalled it , now I get the message no compatible display devices found. Can you help me, Thank you.
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Check the power supply... If your desktop power led indicator has the light and your PC doesnt have display. Its means that your PC's hardware had problems.before you turned on the desktop,,, remove the memory card/s and wipe or clean the connector surface of your memory card/s with soft cloth or tissue paper. After you clean,, insert and test them one by one.
if u have been using ur machine for many years and have virus and trojen in it and it's working slow.... do this take a full back up of ur data on to a DVD/Zip Drive/Pen drive/USB HD etc. also go to ur My Computer and note using pencil/paper the C: drive size (the Total Size, Used space, and Free space) Download killdisk from my website...link is below... copy it on to a CD...also create a boot disk....ensure ur computer can boot from the boot disk...check boot seq in BIOS....if u cannot boot from CD..... boot from the boot disk....once u get the A: or D: replace the boot CD with the CD that has the Killdisk utility... Run the killdisk utility.....type "killdisk" in the D: or A: prompt... when killdisk loads.....note very carefuly....which is ur C: drive (check from the paper that u noted earlier the details about the C drive) use the killdisk utility(F10) and wipe the drive...all sectors will become 000000......once the progrma is finished....this will wipe ur disk clean and get back to factory settings....all ur virus/trojens and all corrupt data will be gone....it will say that the free version will do only ONE PASS....one pass is enough....u can always repeat the process again if u want more than 1 Pass....then u can format the HD and load Windows fresh and load all ur programs....the killdisk program takes aprox 1 hr to complete for a 20GB disk....so if u have 200 GB in C: it will take aprox 10hrs to finish.....so be cool and sleep...dont intrupt the process....it will finish...be quite and patience....
Once it is uploaded to FB it is no longer dependent on your PC being online to display that information. That means that your information could not have been deleted by a simple power glitch as your PC is not directly tied to FB servers. **IF it IS then you should contact FB Helpdesk ** With that being said... since your information is not tied to your desktop once it is uploaded you should just reupload them if you still have them or contact FB to see if they can assist you.
Step 1: Touch screen monitors are both input and output device as they receive and display information from one peripheral device the monitor screen without the use of mouse or keyboard. They are used in a variety of different applications such as point of sale (POS), cash registers, ATM machines, among others. Touch screen monitors are very sensitive so proper cleaning and maintenance is of utmost importance to maximize its performance and prolong its life. Follow these cleaning steps:
Turn off both the computer and touch screen. This way, you can see everything that needs to be cleaned. Some touch screen applications has a cleaning mode which turns off the screen for the specific purpose of cleaning. However, the monitor's brightness can make you miss some areas. Wet a soft, lint-free or microfiber cloth with distilled water. Wring out as much water as you can. Make sure the cloth is damp but not wet. Wipe the screen in a gentle motion to remove dust, oil, or fingerprint smudges off. Another option is to use a screen cleaner kit that includes antistatic wipes. You can buy this at various electronic or online stores. Spray a little solution on a wipe then rub it gently across the screen. Finish cleaning the touch screen with a dry lint-free cloth to wipe any excess moisture, then turn it back on.
Firstly, make sure you installed the video card (if it has one) back into the same slot it was removed from.
If you are using on-board video, check the CPU is firmly seated into it's socket, you may have to remove the CPU fan to check this.
Next, check your RAM sticks again. Most (about 98%) of boot up issues arise from incorrectly seated ram sticks or ram sticks that have developed connection issues.
When you boot the machine, does it make any beeping noises..?
Usually, a single beep means all is ok. If you hear multiple beeps, then the bios is telling you about a possible fault and you should count the beeps for number and duration (long beeps or short beeps and how many of each and in what order)
Remove the ram and using some very fine emery cloth, gently remove any oxidisation from the contact pads to return them back to bright metal, then re install them making sure they are seated all the way down and the locking clips are fully seated too.
If you still have boot issues, I would suspect the ram sticks first and have them checked by installing them in another compatible machine, either a friends or at a repair shop.
I would suspect the board last so if the ram sticks check out as good, have a closer look at any other cards that may be installed, especially video cards and internal modems but also check out any network cards that may be installed..
If you are still not getting any display on the monitor, take the machine to a service centre or computer shop as they have the specialist equipment to check out the board electronically ( boot cards, scopes etc).
Let me know how you go and what you find..
remove the cover of the computer remove the memory from the slot and wipe *** clean with a dry cloth insert them back into the slot andrestart your computer if not weorking remove the cpu fan and the prcessor from the socket replace the processor in the socket wipe clean the processor and the cpu fan paste a thin layer of heatsink solvent and replace the cpu fan to processes and fix it tightly and restart the computer
It may not be a virus. It sounds more like a bad case of spyware. You may want to download, install, update, and run something like Malwarebytes AntiMalware. It sounds pretty serious, so it may need the attention of a PC technician to fully remove the infection.
So we have two problems one your sound is not working and two your usb drive is not detecting any connected devices, correct?
Starting with the sound simply use a friends computer to burn the audio driver onto a cd. Next install the driver on your machine.
Problem two the usb. Remove the flash drive and try plugging in any other usb device such as a printer or camer or cell phone and see if windows says found new hardware. You don't need to install it this will simply tell you if your usb port is functioning or has a problem. if you do get a found new hardware message then your usb port is functioning and may only have a problem seeing your flash drive. Try uninstalling the usb port in System Properties. Right click on My Computer then left click on Properties. Now click on the Hardware tab. Now click on Device manager. Now go to the bottom where the usb devices are and uninstall all usb devices and when your done restart the machine. See if you can use your flash drive now. Other wise check your bios settings for the usb devices to see that they are infact set correctly and if you cant do this take it to your local pc repair shop and they can do this for you.
Hope this helps.
You need to download the sound card drivers for your particular machine. Go to the manufacturers website and look for downloads for your particular model. The drivers are usualy found under the heading of "SUPPORT" Since you did a fresh install of your operating system you will need to re-install all the motherboard drivers for your machine. This would include video, usb,and chipset drivers.