First time post. I have windows xp, and not really experienced in computers <_< The computer is having trouble booting up at the start, symptoms include red dotted lines, and blue streaks across the screen vertically. When i get to the Windows logo picture where it loads. it starts freezing and then the screen goes blank suddenly turning the monitor off, yet the computer is still on. I'm able to run the computer through safe mode, but that's as far as i can get. Could this be a graphics card problem? Please help!!!!! -_-
Yes. You have a very sick VGA card in your computer. Get it replaced. The reason it runs okay in safe mode is because full potent driver and graphics don't load in safe mode to aggravate the card's illness. When the driver fully loads in normal mode, the card freaks out.
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Hello adrian44_4 "These easy instructions will help you solve these issues, and hopefully, we'll be able to fix the problem the first time."
"This is what you need to do first!"
1. Click on the Website [below]. 2. Enter the information required, Product Type? Series# number? Model# number? The OS Windows7. 3.Download the Drivers 4.Turn-off the computer. 5. Disconnect the XPERT. 6. Restart the computer. 7. Install the Drivers. 8. Restart the computer again. 9. Connect the XPERT. 10. Turn on the XPERT.
You need to find out what's wrong before you can fix it, so:
These instructions are for WinXP (WinVista or Win7 will vary).
Login to the system as an "administrator" START > Control Panel > System > Hardware (tab) > Device Manager (button) > 1. click VIEW (drop down menu) 2. select "Show Hidden Devices" 3. select each USB device one by one, checking each for any entries under "Conflicting Devices," under the "Resources" (tab). If a device has no resources tab, then just check "Device Status" to see that Windows thinks that "This device is working properly."
What you're checking for here is resource conflicts (DMA I/O addresses). In the case of a conflict, you'd get "device not available or being used by another application."
regarding your mouse issue frist of all what windows your using if u using win 98 or 2000 and your mouse is USB then u have to insatall usb drivers for that windows Xp then it will conact driectly to the Harware it wnot ask for divers
thne chack your mousr will work if not then you have problem with you windows just ub-date your windows
are you useing cable? if so it is simple cable hook ups doesn't reconize new computers you nite unhook cords turn off computer and unplug and take out battery of cable then reinstall cable hook up turn it on and it should reinstart your internet, if not let me know and wwwwe can retry something else. lala linda
Yes - same problem here - Downloaded the latest drivers from http://www.kworld.com.tw/Support_download.aspx?id=241&d1=5&d2=1 and they worked with Vista initially, then when Vista SP1 came out - doesn't work anymore.... Dohhhh Waiting for new version / patch.....
Restart installing windows xp again... in that way it could fix the problem... But make sure that you have inserted your mouse and keyboard the right way.... check it again it's color coded... Keyboard and mouse really doesn't work if interchanged.
Windows is installing the wrong driver. If the driver is loaded in the Device manager list ( /Sound, Video and Game Controllers ) as USB2821 then the wrong driver is loaded. It should be loaded under Imaging devices as XTV2.0. If this is the case right click on the USB2821 device and reload the driver again from the CD under "XTV20\Driver\Manual and select "EMVIDEO.INF" or from from a different location`until the correct driver is loaded. It won't work until the driver XTV20 is loaded under (Imaging Devices).