I installed xp in my system its working properly, but when i switched to vista there comes a blue screen stating "cache_manager" problem and many others, having mercury mother board with graphics card inbuilt in it 7050 nForce 610i
Do you have an onboard graphic slot too . you could remove the XFX card for now . Install all other drivers on Vista first and then try your card again. Just try and single out the problem. Does the driver cd come with vista drivers ???
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You might try setting the display adapter in the bios to PCI-X,
You could also try going into safe mode to see if you can install the new drivers and fix the problem.
Other than that you would need to stick the card in another computer and confirm whether it is functional.
I have the exact same card with Vista and had no issues, and have been very happy with it.
The blue screen is referred to in the industry as BSOD( blue screen of death ) this is a stop screen that is built into Windows to halt on errors whether its a hardware malfunction or incompatibility or software conflicts. Your Dazzle could be faulty or the software is causing the halt screen. This is a major problem with Vista. I have changed most of my computers from Vista back to XP because my Dazzle and new video cam won't run on Vista but runs excellent on the same machine once switched over to XP. Good luck and fell free to Google BSOD for more info.
Blue screens are software related errors. You would need to try to start the PC in protected mode and remove the drivers from the registry and/or the startup. If possible, run the system restore and put it back to a prior date before you tried installing the drivers.
It's possible you may have a card that will not work with your system.
Well unfortunitly on this issue your going to have to choose what operating system you want to use hence you upgraded your bios with vista. #1 never do that. #2 go to the manufacture site download the bios frimware and flash it again.
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The drivers for XP and Vista are different. You will need to install the drivers for XP as well as Vista for dual boot operations. Make sure you install the XP driver in the XP partition and the Vista Driver in the Vista partition. This should solve the problem.
Use PC wizard (search and download) this will detect all drivers needed on your computer note name and number for your video card type into search engine IE ati x300 drivers for your operating system xp vista you should be able to download correct drivers if does not work for you please leave reply what happens