After installing SVGA from my (drivers and utilities) CD, system gets hanged up,then i went in through safe mode and uninstalled my intel(r) game accelarator driver, after that my system working normally but i could not install this SVGA from my drivers cd... pls.give me a solution...
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You might need to go into safe mode and install the motherboards' drivers before it can load properly.
Start your computer and hit F8 repeatedly until the boot screen comes up. Then select "Safe Mode". When it finishes loading up to windows safe mode then install your drivers from the drivers CD or go into device manager to install.
I am not familiar with your Hitachi LCD projector . However , I do have a little knowledge regarding video signals and inputs / outputs as well as connections . If your connecting cable is one piece (has no adapters added to either end of it ) I would believe your problem is simply a settings misconfiguration in your projector / computer , or both . First , access your startup BIOS / CMOS settings during the initial booting sequence in your computer by pressing F1 or whichever keys you press when you turn the computer on to access it . Then , in the advanced list , check your primary video input selection to be sure it is default. Then, once the computer is completely booted and you can click on your start selection , go to your video settings and check how to switch between internal and external display options . I say this because it is important that you are able to reroute your video signal to your SVGA Out from the laptop (for sure) and it is in fact in that video output mode. Once you're sure you have a signal going out of laptop through that port , go to your projector video input selections menu and select each and every input option available until the signal comes through . This will only work if you're absolutely 100% sure that your video signal is in fact leaving the laptop via the SVGA port connection .
Try booting into safe mode. If it's a driver problem, safe mode will allow you to start Windows with only the bare minimum of hardware and drivers being engaged. To get to safe mode, press the F8 button on your keyboard during the Windows boot process until it takes you to a screen to let you select Normal, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with networking, etc. I would suggest not using anything other than just Safe Mode. From there, uninstall any software or new drivers that you recently installed. Alternatively, you can use the System Restore feature to rollback to a previous restore point.
Actually there are a number of possibilities.
Assuming you have the computer up and running (using a 'generic' video driver like SVGA or XVGA), you can use System Information for Windows (SIW) or Belarc Advisor to identify the video chipset. I would then advise that you go to that manufacturer's website (ATI, GeForce, Intel) and download the latest drivers.
You can find it at the intel support site. Click here However there is no model called M5V2 in the 945 CG series The list of motherboards in 945CG series are 945GCCR(click here) 945GCL 945GCLF 945GCLF2 945GCNL 945GCPE 945GCCZ Please verify your model number and click on the desktop boards link and highlight the 945 series to get the list of the boards in the series. Good Luck!
Sounds like a hardware/software conflict. In safe mode go to device manager and see if you have any yellow exclamation marks or red x's on anything to do with video. Try right clicking on your vc driver and install another one. I'm pretty sure tho in safe mode it won't give you any info on if devices are working properly but you can view them and probably change them. Maybe try another video card.