Graphics adapter says it is updated and running, but it still has a yellow ! next to it. When starting solitaire, warning pops up (graphics accelerater?) DVD/CD driver says updated, but won't read or write to any disk, including pictures, video, or music. Please help.
My computer is under waranty, but not listed. Gateway PC notebook m1617, running vista.
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Check to see if the software drivers are loaded for the network adapter. Go to "Device Manager" and look if any yellow or red alerts are being displayed next to the adapter. Double click on the adapter and a window will pop open telling you about the error. You can access the "Device Manager" by going to the 'Control Panel", "Administrative Tools", "Computer Management" and select "Device Manager" located in the left side col
You probably need to install the drivers for the network adapter. Go to"Device Manager" and look if any yellow or red alerts are beingdisplayed next to any devices. Double click on those devices and a windowwill pop open telling you about the error. You can access the "DeviceManager" by going to the 'Control Panel", "AdministrativeTools", "ComputerManagement" and select "Device Manager" located in the left sidecolumn.
Hi there. Since the message tells us that this is a problem with the video card driver, you may try to download the latest version of Intel HD graphics.
You can first check Device Manager (Press Windows Key + R on your keyboard and enter devmgmt.msc) Check if there is a yellow exclaimation point on the list. If yes, get the correct drivers from Toshiba's website.
If none, try to expand Display Adapters and right click Intel HD graphics < Update Driver Software.
go to device manager and click on display adapter then right click on ATI X1650 then run an update. It might be because the driver on your computer is not update with the driver that is not compatible with windows 7. Hope this would help. Thanks.
Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall driversalso you might uninstall the display adapter restart your computer then reinstall the display adapter and its drivers this would apply to the sound video and game controllers to hope this helps
Select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)"
Select "Display Adapters" and click Next
Click the "Have Disk..." button
Navigate to the path where you extracted the Intel drivers. The *.inf file will be in the Win2000 folder
IMPORTANT: Do not select the 82852/82855 GM/GME drivers, select the 945GM driver (yes, this is counter-intuitive)
If prompted to reboot, DO NOT REBOOT
If told the 945 device might not work right, acknowlege the error, then run Action > Scan for Hardware Changes
82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controllers" and a "Mobile Intel(R) 945GM
Express Chipset Family" devices should now be listed under "Display
Disable the 945GM device
Verify the Video Driver Installation
Upon rebooting, Windows 7 may roll back one or more of your display devices to Standard VGA
Open Device Manager
Check the Display Adapters
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"
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
The "Graphics Option" item should have sub-items for display rotation
Reboot and verify that Windows 7 no longer rolls back your display drivers after rebooting
Protect the Video Driver Installation
Go to Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Update
Windows will likely tell you that an important update is available
Click the "important update is available" link (do NOT click "Install updates")
Right-click on the "Intel Corporation - Display - Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family" update
Click "Hide update" from the context menu
the display driver gets updated to what is currently on Windows Update,
the system will revert back to the Standard VGA driver.
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 have not assigned ip to your NIC Card thus it is showing yellow warning sign. Just double click on double computer icon in system tray, select properties, select tcp/ip, click properties, assign ip address & subnet mask to that. For eg: ip address 192.168.0.2 , subnet mask: 255.255.255.0.
Yes left click on start, right click on computer, left click on properties, left click on hardware/device manager, click on the plus sign next to display adapters, select nividia 6100, right click on it, left click on properties, you can choose any of the items, roll back, update, or uninstall. Warning, if you do not have another video output this will cause you to not see anything.