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if you click on this link it should take you to the official hp website go down to the detect my computer and it will scan it and hopefully offer up some updated drivers for you also you may have to go up to the top of your screen and click allow the download scanner from hp
My direct3ddevice9 crashes when i load any 3d game.. i have windows vista... Problem for HP Pavillion DV2815NR (KN998UAABA) PC Notebook... i load any 3d game.. i have windows vista home with 2gb ram 320gb hard disk... www.fixya.com/support/t5320207-direct3ddevice9_crashes
Considering the specs:
Intel Mobile Pentium III-M processor (starting at 933 MHz) with SpeedStep
Intel Celeron processor (starting at 866 MHz).
A minimum of an Intel® PentiumTM Dual Core There is no comparison between the computers,.. Keep the dell and work out the issues or sell it and use the cash towards an inexpensive new unit. I hope this helps
When reinstalling XP, install in a directory other than WINDOWS. Your My Documents will be safe, unless you have already overwritten it. Other data should be safe.DO NOT FORMAT THE DISK as the installation suggests.
I am pretty sure you have a corrupted operating system here, or have somehow gotten corrupted video drivers. Boot to safe mode and change the video drivers to Microsoft VGA Generic and reboot and see if that fixes it, If it does, you can experiment with installing updated drivers for that machine available on the HP web site.
Also run a disk check on all drives; sounds like you might have some data loss.
If this does not fix it, consider reinstalling the operating system and then patching it to the highest level possible.
If reinstalling the OS does not work, you might have hardware problems with the screen or motherboard, though this is pretty rare, and is a different matter to troubleshoot.