Can't install my new 1800FP digital driver

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Can't install my new 1800FP digital driver

Postby S0ZPRw » Sun, 01 Feb 2004 12:21:07 GMT

Can anyone help me install my new 1800FP driver?..it says to go to control panel display settings and then advanced properties..but my properties are not available..they are grayed out. It just says "default monitor"...the resolution is nice but when I move window I get that ghost following look cause the window moves are not refreshed properly..help!!

Thanks

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> Ok. I tried starting over right from scratch. Reseating and installing the 
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> incorrect". I just cant seem to get the drivers to install.
>
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> monitor back into the old integrated GF4MX card, when I tried to install 
> the nvidia driver for that, "the parameter is incorrect" again. This is 
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> with permissions in my registry about nvidia. Can anyone help me with 
> this?
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> "Steve N." < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message 
> news:OAvu6qm% XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
>> Gemin-eye wrote:
>>
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>>> rebooted, the found New Hardware dialog opened and I had to do it all 
>>> over again. There's no driver in the Display Properties under VGA 
>>> Controller. I got the latest driver install (which is certified) and I 
>>> still have the same problem. What do I have to do now?
>>> Thanks for anyone who can help.
>>
>> Some card drivers need to have DirectX latest version installed first.
>>
>> Regarding the advice given to update the BIOS do not do this unless the 
>> BIOS update specifically fixes your problem.
>>
>> Steve
>
> 


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