Win XP 1.3 GHz 640 RAM Other devices recognized Firmware downloaded & installed Computer restarted with device connected--no change At first, MY COMPUTER screen would freeze until device removed At first, ''Drive G'' would appear after device removed, but no more Tech support contacted, but no response yet ''Install New Hardware'' used, but no change
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You have set the resolution or refresh rate of your display adapter to a value which is too high than what is supported by your monitor. In order to fix this, you have to do the following: 1. Reboot your computer & press F8 to boot into Safe Mode. 2. Once in Safe Mode, open Device Manager. 3. Remove the display adapter device driver form Device Manager. 4. Reboot your computer again. Windows will boot up normally & will detect the display adapter. It will prompt you for the device driver for the display adapter. 5. Use the CD that came with your display adapter to install the device driver. Once done, your problem is fixed.
You can download content to a Philips GoGear multimedia player using Windows Media Player or MusicMatch Jukebox in Windows. Earlier versions of Windows starting with 2000/ME and XP are compatible with GoGear. If the device is not recognized by the Windows XP operating system or is receiving error messages, you may have older versions of the necessary software installed. There also may be firmware issues with the GoGear device.
Connect the Philips GoGear to another USB port on the computer. Sometimes USB ports go out, especially those in the front of the computer case. Try inserting the GoGear into another port and see if XP can now recognize the device.
Download Service Pack 1 or later for the XP operating system (see Resources). Philips GoGear can only operate on XP systems with at least Service Pack 1 installed. You may also receive an error message pertaining to the service pack when trying to insert the installation disc for the GoGear support software.
Install the latest version of Windows Media Player. Philips GoGear requires at least Windows Media Player 11. Windows Media Player 11 is available for XP .
Install the latest version of MusicMatch Jukebox (see Resources). Earlier version of this software may be causing error messages regarding missing MP3 tag information and missing tracks. Follow the download prompts, then unzip the folder and click on the "HDD_xxx.exe" installation file. The latest version of the software will be installed.
Install the latest firmware on the Philips GoGear. The actual firmware required depends on your GoGear model. Open either Philips Device Manager or Songbird, depending upon which management software you are currently using. Close all programs on the computer except for the Device Manager/Songbird. Connect the GoGear to the power supply and the computer. Click the "Repair" tab in the Device Manager and click "Repair," or click "Tools" in Songbird and select "Check for updated firmware," and the firmware will be updated on the GoGear.
Check the firmware first in the device manager 1. Right click on my computer and choose manage. 2. Under Computer Management, Click on Device Manager 3. Check the dvd/cd-rw device and check if it has a yellow exclamation point or an x mark on it. -if it has an x mark. you just need to enaeble it or install the updated driver or firmware for your dvd drive but if none or it has an exclamation point continue the steps below:
DELETE upper and lower FILTERS in the Registry Editor 1.Click on Start. Then type in run or the search box, REGEDIT then click on regedit. A new window will appear which is the registry editor. 2. Click on the plus sign for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 3. Click on the plus sign on SYSTEM 4. Click on the plus sign on CURRENTCONTROLSET 5. Click on the plus sign on CONTROL 6. Click on the plus sign on CLASS 7. Click on the FOLDER for (4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318) 8. On the left pane you should see the UPPER FILTERS or the LOWER FILTERS or BOTH. DELETE BOTH if possible. Right click on it and click on deleter. Once deleted go back to device manager 9.Click the plus sign On the dvd/cd drive in the device manager, and Right click on the firmware and choose uninstall. 10. Click on ACTION in the device manager and choose scan for hardware changes. -It should automatically detect and install the firware for your dvd drive. You should be able to play any dvd again.
-This problem might be happening because your firmware for the dvd drive is interfering with the burning software that you installed on the system which is NERO. -Your feedback will be appreciated. Thanks.
You need to identify the sound card (the make and model) that is installed on your computer. Then you need to go to that manufacturer's WEB site to the support/download page and download the XP driver for your model sound card.
If can also try www.driverguide.com to search and download drivers.
Here is the lenovo site for the drivers for you pc. Only download and install the xp driver versions...after which you should be able to update the drivers for the devices that have the yellow color and should not have any problems installing.
You can also check the windows update site...do a custom update and search for drivers...sometimes new driver versions can be downloaded that way.
I got my Creative Zen Sleek Photo from a friend and everything I did wouldn't let Windows recognize it, but then I got it to work almost magically.
1. Make sure you have the proper drivers installed for it that come with the CD. If you don't have the CD, you can download the ISO here. http://wp.randyr.net/windows-xp/creative-zen-sleek-photo.html
2. Reboot. When it comes back up, plug the cable into your computer, then into your Sleek. The software should sync up. For some reason, my Zen wasn't being recognized from the usb port on my computer tower, but I plugged it into my monitor's USB port and then it worked. Try that, if none of that works, then it may be a problem with your computer not knowing which driver to assign to your Zen, and if so, try the steps below.
1. Plug your Sleek to your computer.
2. Open up Windows' Device manager (right-click on "My Computer" and
select "Properties". Go to the "Hardware" tab, then click "Device
3. Locate the entry for "Creative Zen Sleek" in your device list. It
should appear either under "Sound, video, and game controllers" or
under "USB Devices". Once you locate the entry, uninstall it.
4. Unplug your Sleek and wait a few seconds.
5. Plug your Sleek back in and allow the "new Hardware Wizard" to identify and install the drivers for it.