Someone handed me a card and they did not know where it came from or what it was. I have tracked it to the intel site but still cannot figure out what it is. I know that it is a video capture card but I do not know what model. The part number is 641257-009. Can you please help me? i have a PCI Video capture, but don´t know the model and I need to download the driver, anybody knows how can get the model of my PCI video capture?
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Boot to the BIOS: Choose "Configuration", then "Video", choose "Enable if Primary" or if you're feeling brave choose to Disable it entirely. WARNING: DON'T do this until your other card is working properly! You've been warned!
While still in BIOS: Choose "Configuration", then "Video", choose "AGP" if available, or "Auto" if AGP is not an option.
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You don't -want- the CD with the drivers, that junk is going to be old and busted. On the other hand, I get a spade of shifty links listing the ms9118e; Matsonic's gone and someone else is squatting on Matsonic.com now.
Linux distributions comes with the drivers and you shouldn't even need to recompile the kernel to get them in there. I guess you hadn't planned on using that, though. If you want drivers for some old version of Windows, check out boards with the same chipset and use the corresponding hobby BIOS and drivers. Since it's an Intel board, you can of course just use the Intel drivers for the chipset in use (from Intel.com or softpedia, or cnet.com.)
I would re-install the drivers for that lan card. I don't know what version of windows you're running, so I'm going to give you the link to the Intel site. Select the driver for your system's OS ((XP, Vista, 7) and click to download. You then install the drivers. It would be best if you can do this on someone else's machine if you're having connectivity issues. You can download the drivers onto a disk or pen drive then install onto your machine. Good luck!
You simply need to know the laptops brand & name? Also you get that driver, from the makers web site, Google, name-of-laptop drivers download, & look fror the makers web site, locate and download, and install. The multimonitor is quite normal for a laptop, the LCD is screen 1 & if you connected an external monitor, that would be number 2. You click on 1, and then the settings apply to that one.
This page on the Intel site will allow you to download the drivers for your board. They only list Windows XP drivers (and since you didn't mention what OS you use I will assume it's XP) but if you need Vista drivers please post a reply under this thread and I'll track them down for you...
Every motherboard has the model on it. For most Intel boards, it's around the add-in card slots (could be AGP, PCI, PCI-e), often it's in between 2 slots. Need to know the board. If needed, take a picture of the board and post it somewhere and link to it from here so someone can see the writing. After finding the model #, go to the Intel site -- http://www.intel.com/products/desktop/motherboard/index.htm?iid=mbd_body+dt_all