Re: i can't reboot after installing Intel VGA driver
Just try to run in the safe mode 1st and try to fix the problem there.Your video card most probably is a built in with the motherboard and the new video card driver might require you a higher memory.
1.The idea is to restore your original video card driver
2.If your running xp or windows 2000 press F8 to check your sysytem and boot in safe mode.
e-mail me at email@example.com
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
your display is conflicting with another driver. best booting into safe mode, disable all drivers except display and reboot, once display is configured u can enable each driver individually and reboot each time!!
Please do the following to sort out any driver issues you may have windows 7
1) Go to www.devicedoctor.com 2) Download and install the software 3) Once installed load the program and click on scan 4)Once it has finished scanning it will show you all the devices that need updating including the vga card 5) Download and install and your done
Power ON your laptop and press F8 key to enter start up menu. select Safe Mode. If Windows boot normaly, go to Control Panel and Add/Remove Programs. Uninstall VGA driver and its application and then reboot your laptop.
Verify your laptop model and download and install proper driver from;
PC CRT (VGA Port) rely on graphics drivers to see projectors. Windows installs generic drivers that should work. Right click "my computer" click manage, go to devices, uninstall VGA adapter driver, reboot. Let system install windows drivers. There should be a FN+F# sequence to redirect or mirror your display on the projector.
Compaq Presario CQ40-108TU drivers for Windows XP
December 8, 2008 ? saysprasad
If you are not able to install Windows XP on this laptop please see this post on how to install windows xp in CQ40-108TU
To successfully install the drivers in Compaq Presario CQ40-108TU Laptop with Windows XP operating System.
****************FOR Intel Based laptops**************************
I. Get the following drivers and install in the given order.
01. Intel Chipset drivers - Intel INF driver (2MB)
02. Intel Matrix Storage Manager - Intel MSM (21 MB)
03. Intel SATA driver - driver for SATA (3.3MB)
04. VGA/Display - video driver (19 MB)
05. Intel LAN Driver -Ethernet driver (4.5 MB)
06. Audio/Sound - (see the install instruction below)
07. Modem - sp33839_Modem with SmartCP.exe(6MB)
08. Wireless - Wireless_driver (29.4 MB)
09. Webcam - sp35414_HP 1.3MP Webcam Software Drivers.exe (5MB)
10. Dotnetfx2.0 - dotnetfx_2.0.exe (22MB)
11. Touchpad - Synaptics Touchpad.exe (6MB)
12. Quick launch - Quick launch buttons.exe (14MB)
13. Card Reader - driver for card-reader (3.3 MB)
14. Bluetooth - driver for bluetooth (98 MB)
15.HDMI Audio - HDMI-R203.exe (15 MB)
******** FOR Nvidia Based Laptops *****************************
01. Nvidia Chipset - chipset_driver (2.3MB)
02. nForce Network driver - Nvidia nForce (3.3MB)
03. VGA/Display - Geforce Video Driver
04. UAA Driver for HD Audio - sp33867_UAA4HDAudio.exe
05. Audio/Sound - download C783 audio driver (3MB) or try sp34386.exe
06. Modem - SP33742.exe (6MB)
07. Wireless - WIFI driver sp34152.exe (261 KB), sp34510_HP Wireless Assistant.exe (3.2MB)
08. Webcam - sp35414_HP 1.3MP Webcam Software Drivers.exe (5MB)
09. Dotnetfx2.0 - dotnetfx_2.0.exe (22MB)
10. Touchpad - sp35444_Synaptics Touchpad.exe (14MB)
11. Card Reader - Realtech 5-in-1 Card Reader (2.1MB)
12. Quick launch - sp29255_HP Quick Launch Buttons.exe (14MB)
13. Battery - sp32299_HP Battery Check.exe (3MB)
14.Bluetooth - Wireless sp32883.exe
Improving the Performance of Your Notebook PC with out adding additional memory.
Maximize the life of your battery
I. To install Audio driver on CQ40-108TU please follow these steps
1. download CQ40-108TU audio driver (18 MB) OR SP39671_IDT High Definition Audio CODEC (19MB)
2. Unzip the file to a folder then install Hotfix - kb888111 first ? \SP39671\HDAQFE\xpsp2\us\kb888111xpsp2.exe ?
3. Now install the audio driver ? \SP39671\ setup.exe ?
4. Do not reboot. Now you should be able to hear the audio. If not goto ? Device manager>System Devices>Microsoft UAA Bus Driver? > Right Click - Disable ? then Enable it again and follow steps 2 and 3.
5. After you hear the audio output proceed to next step, don?t reboot.
6. download ?devcon? utility from microsoft. (78KB)
7. Unzip ?devcon.exe? and copy the ? I386\DevCon.exe ? file to ? C:\Windows\system32 ?
8. Start > RUN > cmd
9. In the prompt type (without quotes) ? devcon find pci* ?
10. Scroll up and look for a line before ? Microsoft UAA Bus driver for High Defenision Audio? some thing like this ?PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_055C&SUBSYS_30EA103C&REV_A1\3&2411E6FE&0&38: Microsoft UAA Bus
Driver for High Definition Audio?
11. Now copy the under lined part from your command prompt by ?right clicking on the Title bar>Edit>Mark? and mark the line u need to copy (till the under lined part only) hit ?Enter? to copy.
12. In the desktop create a text file called ? audio.txt ?and paste it replacing the underlined characters as shown below with qoutes.
DEVCON.EXE RESTART ?PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_293E&SUBSYS_3607103C&REV_03?
14. Save the file and rename it to ? audio.bat ? now copy it to ? C:\Documents and Settings\User\Start Menu\Programs\Startup ?
15. Thats all now you will be able to hear audio every time you reboot.
From reading the other comment I think you have the updated driver if the is the case reboot your computer and it may update (it may not be able to update while it is using it) then after rebooting go to add remove hardware and update driver if the computer wants a location go to Window/inf and it should find the right driver from there you may ge one of three messages I have the most updated driver or do you want to replace it or do you want to keep or replace this driver from here I would try any of them you can always go back to how it was before See if this works and get back to me if it does not