My company has approx. 300 Wyse units installed right now. They are all 941GXL models. We have been getting more an more devices crashing with an error message regarding a TRID3D file . I have looked and looked online for answers and have not come across any definitive ones yet. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. All the units are running Windows XP Embedded too.
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If it narrows it down for you, Trident 3D is the graphics display your motherboard uses, and must have a driver issue or conflict with your monitors drivers, check in device manager for your monitor type to see if it's recognised.
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First you will have to get rid of blue screen. Try booting in safe mode and clean up recent downloads which might be causing the problem. Failing that I tried buying a program SPOTMAU WHICH WORKED. See if tat company is around.
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You should have observed that when you get a blue screen it says that some hardware or software change could have caused it. Thus when you installed the software there must have been some issues with the same. May be the company providing the s/w must have received similar complaints and the update could hav had files to prevent the blue screen.
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First I would go to the Control Panel > System > Hardware > device manager. There go to cd-dvd drives and right click on the cd drive and then click un-install. Restart your unit then test it,
If that does not work, I would un-install InCD, then re-install it. On Nero's website there a un-installers for Nero and InCD. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Can you detail what you were working on when you got this screen? most of the time when you get the blue screen its because new hardware was installed , if this was the case try uninstalling the hardware and booting up again.
It probably has to do with the version of CE client that is installed on the Thin Client. I have run into this problem before. The same Wyse clients can have different versions of CE installed. If the versions are the same then contact WYSE tech support to find what the error code relate to. BPCS