Have you tried the Detonators at nvidia? It has done this 3 times now. Does that card have VIVO compatibilities? I would uninstall the drivers from the “add Remove Software” section in the control panel. Heck, this card isn’t even listed in MSI’s product listing.
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Hey dude, I am in you boat.
It hasnt changed the drivers when I reboot, it just says the device cannot nsi started. Got this card and it isn’t on Windows Hardware Compatibility list. Home Help Search Login Register. Thank you so much. The following error or errors occurred while this message: Does it have DVI?
Same Card, Works great. It worked beautiful for about 2 days then it just locked up the system.
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I am having trouble finding it and have a couple questions for you if you dont mind. If I figure something out I will come back and let you know.
After rebooting the system when the card fails it says that the card cant be started. My old ATI video card works fine with no problems.
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Bet you it is. Right now Ms-8819 am trying to determine which drivers to use for my video card. I have removed it and reinstalled it, I have tried to find updated drivers on the MSI website but the site cant find a match for this card.
Mdi think I might take this video card back. With XP it may be necessary to use a utility such as Mis Please login or register. Im afraid to install directx9 since the card does not support it. I even did a fresh format and reinstall of the os this weekend to enure I had no OS problems. Check ,s-8891 BIOS settings: Ms-88911 last resort could be windows update I have done that without any problems.
Hello, Any help would be useful. The driver shows up in the control panel with the right information but just says device cant be started. XP has a strange way of replacing drivers on it’s own after rebooting without you being able to stop it. Check to see if your ATI card is on windows hardware compatibility list.
I would uninstall the drivers from the “add Remove Software” section in the control panel. It has done this 3 times now. Have you tried the Detonators at nvidia? Heck, this card isn’t even listed in MSI’s product listing. Where did you buy it?
It only supports 8.
So I am tring to find an archieved nvidia driver to fit it. I bought this card with a system rebuild a few months ago and haven’t had a problem since.