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I want to uninstall on board display or video driver

Cannot install ATI driver

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  • Raul Duke May 11, 2010

    Which video card do you have?  

    Where are you getting the driver from?
    What is the error, if any?

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What kind of video card do you have

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MSI K9AGM display


This is a common problem for this board. Don't use the upgraded driver from the ATI site for the onboard video. It will not work. Change to the video driver on the CD that came with the motherboard, that should fix it for you... Just make sure you completely uninstall the current video driver before you install the one from the CD.

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Video controller and webcam doesnt work


Uninstall the device from device manager.
Get the latest driver for the product from the particular website.
Connect the hardware now.
Install the drivers for that particular harware.
It will work perfectly then.
Follow the above for both the products errors.

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With ASUS M2N-MX mainboard, ATI Radeon 7000 Series problem.


Your Motherboard has an onboard video chipset made by Nvidia. Nvidia and ATI have a history of not playing nice with each other.

I have 2 possible solutions for you.

1.) Remove the Radeon card and use the Nvidia onboard card (Essentially a Geforce 6100)

2.) Enter the bios (Usually done by hitting <Delete> or <F12> while the computer is booting up) Your Motherboards manual can tell you for certain. Then find the options for onboard video and disable it.

Then boot up the PC, When it say starting Windows press <F8> to bring up the windows boot menu. Select "Start in Safe mode" Once this loads up open the device manager, look under "Display adapters" find the entry for the Nvidia adapter, right click on it and select either "Uninstall" or "Disable this device"

Which you choose depends on your personal preference Whether you like Nvidia or ATI boards better.

If it makes your decision easier a Geforce 6100 is roughly equivalent to a Radeon 8500 in performance.

I hope this helps
Dave

Nov 11, 2008 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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Need help disableing onboard video, and installing PCIe video card.


Hi rebelel1271, I do have the manual for you're Intel motherboard. You can have it as well. Click on the link below to download you're manual. document.write("D101GGC Product Documentation & Manuals") D101GGC Product Documentation & Manuals
Intel states you do not need to make any bios changes when you add a PCI-Express video card. See this on page 17, PCI and PCI Express Auto Configuration. Before installing you're PCI-E video card, open windows controll panel. Than open add/remove programs. Look for the driver software for you're onboard ATI Radeon X200. Uninstall that software. (If listed). Close all opened windows & shut down windows. Unplug the power cord from the PC. Open the case. Install you're new ATI Radeon X800 PCI-E video card. Double check all internal connections, (In case you may have bumped loose any cables). You're X800 may also have a 3-pin or 4-pin male power connector built on the card. If so, plug power to the X800.
Intel D101GGC driver page.
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2229&OSFullName=Windows*+XP+Professional&lang=eng&strOSs=44&submit=Go%21#DOC
ATI's web site for the latest driver's.
http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=xp/radeonx-xp
A little information. Once you're PCI-E has been installed. You're system memory will increase.

Good Luck!
If I can help you further, feel free to post here.
Mike

Jun 01, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Trouble with multi displays


It should be able to do it from memory.
Even just opening the standard Microsoft controls you should be able to click on the second monitor and at the very least extend onto it.

When you installed the drivers for the card, did you install just the drivers, or the Catalyst Control Centre set. It is alot bigger then just the drivers package. If you installed the control centre, then you should have the ATI icon in your task bar.

Let me know =)

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Have a ATI 9550 video board cant instal it wont recognize it


the drivers for ati radeon 9550 are

https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/
www2.ati.com/gamesite/8-2_xp32_dd_58128.exe

download the file and install it. you video card should be working after installing this and rebooting. i am assuming you have windows xp

Feb 24, 2008 | EliteGroup KV2 Extreme Motherboard

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Intel D815EEA - my VGA built-in isnt working


If the previous video drivers were not removed properly—and this generally requires running a “cleaner” utility in addition to uninstalling the drivers—the computer may be unstable with the new drivers installed. Also, some OSes (operating systems), such as Windows XP, automatically try to find and install graphics drivers following the obligatory reboot after a user uninstalls the old video drivers. Games may also close and drop the user back to the Desktop, and the system may spontaneously reboot.


Problems may also occur if the user installed drivers for the wrong graphics chipset, although manufacturers such as Nvidia and ATI provide all-in-one drivers to cover many graphics chipsets in one package.


Visit the Web site of the manufacturer of the graphics chip on your card or motherboard, such as Nvidia, ATI, Intel, or others. In the graphics driver download section, look for an uninstaller or cleaner utility. An example is ATI’s Catalyst Uninstaller, which is typically offered on the same pages as specific driver downloads. Download the uninstaller/cleaner utility and run it, following its instructions. Reboot and then install the latest graphics drivers for your specific card or motherboard.


A free, third-party alternative is Driver Cleaner. This has generally been safe to run as of this writing. Be sure to read all notes and follow all directions as you use Driver Cleaner to remove old driver remnants. Use the software to get rid of any drivers supplied by Windows, too, as these are often the ones WinXP automatically installs at startup before you can install the new drivers from the graphics chipset manufacturer. You probably won’t need Windows’ drivers again, as they’re usually older and slower and don’t have the latest tweaks and fixes.


Make sure you’ve properly identified your graphics chipset. First, check it in Device Manager (right-click My Computer and click Properties, the Hardware tab, Device Manager, and Display Adapters). Corroborate this by opening your computer’s case and checking the brand name and model number of your graphics card (the monitor’s cable connects to it) or the brand and model of your motherboard if the video/graphics chipset is built into it. Look up the model number on the manufacturer’s Web site, and it should tell you which graphics chipset you have.


Note that you can install ATI’s or Nvidia’s drivers on any card using their chipsets (no matter whose brand is on the card). On the other hand, if you have integrated graphics, you need to get drivers from the motherboard’s manufacturer.


If you have recently changed from integrated graphics to an add-in video card, make sure that you have moved the monitor cable to the new device and disabled the motherboard’s onboard graphics in the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System). To do so, click the indicated button to enter Setup during the boot process, usually the DELETE button. Then, look for an option that will let you disable the BIOS’ onboard or integrated video.

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Syntax k7sv266ad motherboard video card installation


Hey, It seems you have downloaded the wrong driver package. There are difrent drivers for eatch type of card. Ati radeon 9700, ati radeon 2600 pro, ati radeon 2400. All have difrent drivers and you need to download the correct ones.

Please use this page and select the correct ones for you:
http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html

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