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pixel640-480 and 16bits problem

Discussion in 'Drivers' started by shukor, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    My computer have mess up all my graphic and the colour of my computer only have 16bits and the screen area has change to 640-480 pixels and i dont rmb what is the last problem i did to this computer how can i change back 2 my orginal size screen area and my colour quality from 16 bits to 36bits and my icons is big why?? and 1 thing when i install my grahic card i reboot and there blue screen and i will stuck there i cant never go throught my updates and i cant do anythink all i cant install any hardware and my range out put and into is close and all of them :( here my scanned.

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    OS Information:
    PropertyValue
    OS Name Microsoft Windows ME|C:\WINDOWS|
    Service Pack .
    OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
    Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS


    Processor:
    PropertyValue
    Current Clock Speed 1000
    Description Pentium(r) III processor
    Manufacturer GenuineIntel
    Name Unknown Intel P6 processor


    Memory (RAM):
    PropertyValue
    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Total Memory Deteced in Hardware: ~256 MB
    Memory Reported to Operating System: 254MB

    Disk Drives:
    PropertyValue

    Installed Printers:
    PropertyValue

    Motherboard:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Model
    Name Base Board
    Part Number
    Product S58M
    Serial Number
    Version


    BIOS:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Name Acer
    Release Date 19010118******.******+***
    Version ACRCFP6C 933V4.0


    Monitor:
    PropertyValue
    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width

    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width


    Keyboard:
    PropertyValue
    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard

    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard


    Pointing Device:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer (Standard mouse types)
    Name HID-compliant mouse


    Sound Card:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer
    Description Audio for SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
    Device ID PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2445&SUBSYS_534011D4&REV_02\BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_05


    Video Card:
    PropertyValue
    Adapter Compatibility Intel Corporation
    Adapter RAM
    Description Intel(R) 82815 Graphics Controller
    Installed Display Drivers i81xdw9x.drv
    Driver Version 4.0
    Driver Date 8/8/2000 8:00:00 AM
    Video Mode Description

    Adapter Compatibility (Standard display types)
    Adapter RAM
    Description Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Installed Display Drivers vga.drv
    Driver Version 4.0
    Driver Date 6/8/2000 8:00:00 AM
    Video Mode Description


    DirectX Installation:
    PropertyValue


    Modem:
    PropertyValue
    Model Conexant-Askey HCF V90 56K PCI Modem
    Name unimodem.vxd


    Network Adapters:
    PropertyValue
    Description PPP Adapter.
    Description Microsoft TV/Video Connection

    External Ports:
    PropertyValue
    External Reference Designator SERIAL1
    External Reference Designator PRINTER
    External Reference Designator KEYBOARD
    External Reference Designator MOUSE
    External Reference Designator USB1
    External Reference Designator USB2
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator

    Expansion Slots:
    PropertyValue
    Slot Designation AGP
    Slot Designation PCI1
    Slot Designation PCI2
    Slot Designation PCI3
    -------------------------------------------------------
     
  2. Wikety

    Wikety Established Techie7 Member

    Have you gone to Control Pannel > Display > Settings ? Try changing the resolution and the colour quality.
     
  3. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    it cant change the setting has 620-480 pixel and 16bits its seal i cant change anythink :(
     
  4. Wikety

    Wikety Established Techie7 Member

    Did you recently add new parts to your computer? Ram? Video Card?
     
  5. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨

    You need to reinstall the drivers for your graphics card.
     
  6. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

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  7. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    how can i reinstall all of my grahic card?? one of my grahic controll input and oupot working and the anothrr 1 disable i duno how 2 fix them
     
  8. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    the download u asked mi 2 download after i install half way there error it say a software error occured please report this 2 technical support cannot install intel(r) graphic driver on current graphic device
     
  9. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨

    If you have an independent AGP graphics card then you need the drivers from that manufacturer.

    The link Dan Penny gave you is for your motherboard's integrated graphics chip.

    If you disabled or enabled a graphics device in your BIOS then that is the same place to check.

    In most BIOS' an added AGP card automatically overrides the onboard chip.

    If you know the make and model of your graphics card then search that manufacturers web sit for the relevant download.
     
  10. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    can tell mi how 2 change it o.o i dont understand about computer well i jus 15 year old T_T can jus help mi direct show mi how??
     
  11. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    The scan you provided shows the Intel(R) 82815 Graphics Controller as the current display device. The driver link I provided should be the lateset driver for that device.

    It's possible you had a "glitch" in your download. I've downloaded the file and "zipped" it. Try downloading it from here;

    http://www.d-a-l.com/dan/win9xe67.zip

    Download the zip file, extract it and try running it again.

    Post back with your results.
     
  12. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    the installing stuck got error again and here my result
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    OS Information:
    PropertyValue
    OS Name Microsoft Windows ME|C:\WINDOWS|
    Service Pack .
    OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
    Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS


    Processor:
    PropertyValue
    Current Clock Speed 1000
    Description Pentium(r) III processor
    Manufacturer GenuineIntel
    Name Unknown Intel P6 processor


    Memory (RAM):
    PropertyValue
    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Total Memory Deteced in Hardware: ~256 MB
    Memory Reported to Operating System: 254MB

    Disk Drives:
    PropertyValue

    Installed Printers:
    PropertyValue

    Motherboard:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Model
    Name Base Board
    Part Number
    Product S58M
    Serial Number
    Version


    BIOS:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Name Acer
    Release Date 19010118******.******+***
    Version ACRCFP6C 933V4.0


    Monitor:
    PropertyValue
    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width

    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width


    Keyboard:
    PropertyValue
    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard

    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard


    Pointing Device:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer (Standard mouse types)
    Name HID-compliant mouse


    Sound Card:
    PropertyValue

    Video Card:
    PropertyValue
    Adapter Compatibility Intel Corporation
    Adapter RAM
    Description Intel(R) 82815 Graphics Controller
    Installed Display Drivers
    Driver Version
    Driver Date
    Video Mode Description

    Adapter Compatibility (Standard display types)
    Adapter RAM
    Description Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Installed Display Drivers
    Driver Version
    Driver Date
    Video Mode Description


    DirectX Installation:
    PropertyValue


    Modem:
    PropertyValue
    Model Conexant-Askey HCF V90 56K PCI Modem
    Name unimodem.vxd


    Network Adapters:
    PropertyValue
    Description PPP Adapter.
    Description Microsoft TV/Video Connection

    External Ports:
    PropertyValue
    External Reference Designator SERIAL1
    External Reference Designator PRINTER
    External Reference Designator KEYBOARD
    External Reference Designator MOUSE
    External Reference Designator USB1
    External Reference Designator USB2
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator

    Expansion Slots:
    PropertyValue
    Slot Designation AGP
    Slot Designation PCI1
    Slot Designation PCI2
    Slot Designation PCI3
    -------------------------------------------------------
     
  13. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨

    I would clarify whether or not you are plugged into the motherboard or an AGP graphics card.

    In post #1 it was said "I installed a graphics card".

    Look at the back of the computer and look where the monitor is plugged in.

    Is it vertical near the upper edge or horizontal near the lower middle part of the case?


    You are also running threads on an XP computer. Is this a different machine?


    Also can you clarify this statement please:

    "how can i reinstall all of my grahic card?? one of my grahic controll input and oupot working and the anothrr 1 disable i duno how 2 fix them
    "



    ...
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2007
  14. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    i got 2 computer ME and xp
    the monitor plug wire is on the blue thing whihc has small tv looking picture on it and it on vertical down side and the reinstall thing i want to say is i not sure what is this in my intel graphic

    Memory Range 000A0000 - 000AFFFF used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Memory Range 000B0000 - 000BFFFF used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Input/Output Range 03B0 - 03BB used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Input/Output Range 03C0 - 03DF used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Memory Range 00000000 - 03FFFFFF used by:
    Motherboard resources
    Memory Range 00000000 - 0007FFFF used by:
    Motherboard resources
    Memory Range 00000000 - 0007FFFF used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Memory Range 000C0000 - 000CBFFF used by:
    Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
     
  15. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨

    What is the make and model of the computer?

    e.g. Dell dimension 1234
     
  16. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    here is the picture of my destop and properties of my graphic card intel
     

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  17. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    the model of my computer is acer ME
     
  18. DJNafey

    DJNafey UK site moderator

    I was going to ask the same thing as Jephree - is the monitor cable connected to the on-board graphics output port or a separate graphics card? Unfortunately, I still do not understand the answer!

    You have correctly identified the BLUE graphics output port. Are there two blue ports like this at the back of your computer?

    Is your monitor cable connected to a port next to a green mouse port and a purple keyboard port at the "top" of the PC? Or is the cable connected to a blue port at the "bottom" of the PC, separate from the others?

    For your information, your display settings are 640 x 480 pixels and 16 colours. "16-bit colour" does not mean the same thing. :)
     
  19. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    er there only 1 blue port for monitor and on top of it its a green port it look like speaker something and below it its a also small port which has mircophone pic
     
  20. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨