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Upgrade window hi it me chan , can you tell me where to get the right driver for video display, i have install winme to an older computer which is used to operate win98 , it hp pavillion6340 , sytem : D6439A , can you give me website to go

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  • thang chan Feb 22, 2008

    it me again tongchan , I update at hp bois update it working fine thank for giving me the idea

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The drivers are not available at hp.com which is te best place to look for all the drivers and the updates for your computer.
You can check the graphics card and download the drivers from the graphics card manufacturer's website.

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I have the ccd crv-608 and don't have the drivers. I have Windows 7


The available drivers for the CCD-TRV608 (the CCD-CRV608 isn't listed at Sony are here: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=CCDTRV608&LOC=3 . These are for Vista and older versions of Windows; however I can't tell if the 64-bit version is supported.

With Windows 7, try the Vista driver.in the compatibility mode. Right click on the installer and choose Properties. Set the program to always run as compatible with the older version of Windows. Then right click again on the installer and choose Run As Administrator. This may or may not work.

If that doesn't work, you should try a computer with a version of Windows that is compatible with the drivers from Sony. This will always work. You can use a physical computer (either a second computer or a dual boot computer) or a virtual computer. In the case of Win7 Pro or Ultimate, you can do this for free. Download and install Microsoft's Virtual PC and the XP mode. Install the camera drivers in the XP computer as if it were the only machine. (You will need to save files to optical or other removable media to share them with the Win7 computer.) For all other options, you will need a valid copy of an older version of Windows. (Other virtual computer programs are Parallels and VMWare.)

I hope this helps.

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Where do i get the windows 7 driver for the aoc 2436v? I want to connect if to my laptop (acer aspire 7741).


Hi there,

Your monitor doesn't need drivers, it's just a source which displays an image projected by your video card. Some monitors will come with firmware upgrades, but you will only get those if you contact the manufacturer and the manufacturer has a reason to give it to you.

If you are looking for drivers, then you will want to upgrade the drivers for your video card. You can find out which video card you are using by going to Start > Control Panel > Device Manager > Display Adapter. For example, I have an NVIDIA 260. What I would do is go to NVIDIA's website and download/install the latest drivers for the NVIDIA 260.

If you have a video card that's built onto the motherboard, then you need to instead go to your computer manufacturer's website. They should have drivers under their Support and Downloads section. All you need to do is locate the model of your computer and download the appropriate drivers. You can locate the model by going to Start and right clicking on My Computer.

Hope this helps.

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How to install drivers in windows 98 SE loaded win98 in a new PC, need all updates, drivers, etc.


why win98se? I was a fan of win98se but ...

all drivers for winMe are ok.
use google with "MBcode win98se drivers download" . You may try with winme instead win98se . You'll encounter problems if your mb is very old and you need to properly install isa cards .

win98se,mb drivers, sound, video,lan in this order. dont forget that win98se accepts drivers from 95/98/ME . Them must have the inf file . I liked to made manual instalation of every drive (update driver, browse to location of inf file....).

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Video drivers not installing on windows 7


Hi,
You use windows 7 but you must be need all hard ware support driver,windows 7 need 64 bit support driver.You upgrade your display driver from www.mercury .support.com

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What graphics adapter upgrade do I need to make


Hi.

The graphic adapter is the video card installed inside the laptop, and normally does not get replaced, as this is integrated with the motherboard.

After installing Windows 7 you will need to install all drivers.

I would recommend using Vista on this laptop, since factory drivers for Windows 7 had not been released. You will have to install general drivers not designed for this laptop.

If you want to install Windows 7 here you get the instructions.

I quote the part concerning video adapter drivers:

"Update the Video Driver
  1. Preparation
    1. Be sure there are no other video drivers installed (you will want to start out with just the standard VGA driver)
    2. Download the latest 82852/82855 drivers from Intel's website
    3. Extract the drivers somewhere, but do not install anything
  2. Turn Off the Digital Driver Signing Check
    1. Create a shortcut on the desktop to cmd.exe
    2. Right-click on the shortcut and select "Run as administrator"
    3. When the command window opens, execute the following commands:
      1. bcdedit /set nointegritychecks ON
      2. bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
    4. Reboot
  3. Install the Video Driver
    1. Open the Device Manager
    2. On the menu, go to Action > Add Legacy Hardware
    3. Acknowledge the initial dialog screen
    4. Select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)"
    5. Click Next
    6. Select "Display Adapters" and click Next
    7. Click the "Have Disk..." button
    8. Navigate to the path where you extracted the Intel drivers. The *.inf file will be in the Win2000 folder
    9. IMPORTANT: Do not select the 82852/82855 GM/GME drivers, select the 945GM driver (yes, this is counter-intuitive)
    10. If prompted to reboot, DO NOT REBOOT
    11. If told the 945 device might not work right, acknowlege the error, then run Action > Scan for Hardware Changes
    12. "Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controllers" and a "Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express Chipset Family" devices should now be listed under "Display Adapers
    13. Disable the 945GM device
    14. Reboot
  4. Verify the Video Driver Installation
    1. Upon rebooting, Windows 7 may roll back one or more of your display devices to Standard VGA
    2. Open Device Manager
    3. Check the Display Adapters
    4. If there is only one 82852/82855 GM/GME device, or if there is a new "unknown" device, precisely repeat the above driver installation section (include the instructions for disabling the 945GM device); in the case of an unknown device, run the "Update Driver" action for that device instead of running the generic "Add Legacy Hardware"
    5. When everything is working, you should have "Graphics Properties" and "Graphics Options" menu items in the pop-up menu when you right-click on the desktop
    6. The "Graphics Option" item should have sub-items for display rotation
    7. Reboot and verify that Windows 7 no longer rolls back your display drivers after rebooting
  5. Protect the Video Driver Installation
    1. Go to Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Update
    2. Windows will likely tell you that an important update is available
    3. Click the "important update is available" link (do NOT click "Install updates")
    4. Right-click on the "Intel Corporation - Display - Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family" update
    5. Click "Hide update" from the context menu
    6. If the display driver gets updated to what is currently on Windows Update, the system will revert back to the Standard VGA driver.
  6. NOTE: When using a driver install hack different from the method described here, I have read reports that a system might Blue Screen when using Windows Media Player to play DVD's; however, alternate media players, such as VLC, reportedly do not exhibit this issue. I do not know if this method will have this same problem, but I thought I would mention this workaround in case someone does experience this issue."
You find driver software at Intel Download Center

Regards.

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Need Windows ME Driver for PNY USB 2.0 Flash Drive Attache


Here's what you can do,
Download the files using the these links,

http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbauth.sys
http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbhub.sys
http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbmphlp.pdr
http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbntmap.sys
http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbstor.sys
http://www.usbman.com/WebDrivers/WinMe%20Sys%20Files/usbui.dll


Put all these files in one folder and when windows ask for the drivers, select the option to manually serach for the drivers. And point the search to the folder where you saved these files and it should fix the problem.
If this does'nt work, please let me know.

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Display drivers for vista


Hi all,
I tried numerous solutions for this issue and none of them worked except this one. I tested it with Vista Ultimate and don’t know if other Vista versions have the same drivers but here’s what worked for me:
1. Right click ‘Computer’ then left click ‘Properties’ to open up System window.
2. Click ‘Device Manager’
3. Click ‘+’ on ‘Display Adapters’ and you should see the drivers for your video. Right click and select ‘Update Driver Software...’
4. Select ‘Browse my computer for driver software’ and click ‘next’.
5. Click ‘Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer’
6. Untick ‘Show compatible hardware’
7. Select ‘Intel Corporation’ then select ‘Intel 82865G’. Click next
This will install the drivers. No they are not the same drivers for the hardware but they work a treat!
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Computer had a virus so i installed a kill disk and wiped the hard drive clean now it wont do anything im trying to install windows xp pro the computer s/n is cnh7280dh7


Hi,
Is your bios set to boot to the CD first?

You can download the 'windows xp setup disks' if you have a floppy drive on that computer
from here
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=E8FE6868-6E4F-471C-B455-BD5AFEE126D8&displaylang=en

or you can install an older version of windows that WILL run from DOS like win98, or winme, and then install your XP afterwards.

I hope this solves your problem, thank you, good luck.

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If you're after USB drivers for the still mode, those should only be necessary on older OSs.... Windows XP and Vista had built-in drivers for USB storage-class devices.

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